Lloyds Register, Shell, Acergy join National Subsea Research Institute

Lloyds Register, Shell, and Acergy have joined the National Subsea Research Institute (NSRI) as industry members.

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK -- Lloyds Register, Shell, and Acergy have joined the National Subsea Research Institute (NSRI) as industry members. These organizations join BP, Subsea 7, Chevron, Technip, Total, Nexen, and Talisman.

NSRI was established by Subsea UK, and Aberdeen, Dundee, and Robert Gordon universities via the Northern Research Partnership in Engineering to provide a focus for the development of subsea technology and expertise.

The organization brings together industry and academia to conduct research concentrating on four themes: reliability and integrity; autonomous systems and smart fields; near seabed civil engineering and fluid dynamics; and near-surface dynamics and floating systems.

09/09/2009

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