Frac Smarter with Hydrocarbon Tracers


Water, Oil & Gas phase tracers applied during the hydraulic stimulation can tell you how your wellbore is producing.


Offshore Top 5 Projects - 2014


The editors of Offshore have made their choices for the winners of the Five Star Award – the top five offshore field development projects for 2014.
The projects were selected on the basis of best use of innovation in production method, application of technology, and resolution of challenges, along with safety, environmental protection, and project execution.

This event is sponsored by FMC Technologies and ShawCor.


You're stuck at 24K feet in 6,500 feet of water. What now?


Join us to learn about a revolutionary advance in free-point technology that can identify a stuck point 50% faster with single trip operation:  the Halliburton Free-Point Tool.


Improving the Design of Subsea Riser Systems


Join us on October 7 for a 30-minute live webinar, where experts from Intel, Cray and Altair will discuss a high-performance computing (HPC) solution proven to improve speed and performance for oil and gas component engineering -- specifically, design of subsea drilling risers. Experts will be available to answer questions and advise on how, with Altair’s AcuSolve CFD solver running on Cray® XC30™ supercomputer systems powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, operators and engineers responsible for riser system design and analysis can increase component life, reduce uncertainty and improve the overall safety of their ultra-deep-water systems while still meeting their demanding development schedule.


Advanced AUV Upgrades for Pipeline Inspection and GeoHazard Surveys


Pipeline inspection surveys with an ROV have historically been lengthy and costly. Forthis webcast, C & C Technologies will demonstrate how its enhanced AUV technology has revolutionized the way in which offshore pipelines are inspected.  C & C has made inspection-class upgrades to its C-Surveyor™ line of AUVs to include a new multibeam system, a laser bathymetry system and a magnetometer. With its upgraded AUVs C & C will show how using an AUV in deepwater can increase not only the speed in which the survey is preformed (seven times as fast), but also the fidelity of the data. The fidelity of the C-Surveyor laser system data to support “Top-of-Pipe” picking, spanning analysis and out-of-straightness measurements at AUV survey speed, ensures that IRM surveys will not only be completed economically but also exceed the demanding needs of the IRM engineer.