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Advanced satellite monitoring and surveying can address many of the challenges faced during the twilight days of an offshore platforms lifespan, as Michael Hall, senior geologist at Airbus Defence and Space, explains.
Blocks off Africa’s coast have already been snapped up by exploration companies but what of East Africa’s enormous great lakes? With exploration well underway in Lake Albert and plans laid down for Lake Malawi, Philip Kleinfeld looks at the social, political and environmental challenges.
In June, ExxonMobil confirmed the discovery of up to 1.4bn barrels of oil in the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana, a find which if developed could see the country emerge as a major drilling target. Rod James looks at the nature of the discovery, how the country is preparing for the boom, and whether its neighbour Venezuela might step in to spoil the party.
Statoil plans to extend the life of its prolific Norne field in the Norwegian Sea to 2030. We reveal how robust maintenance, improved oil recovery rates and new discoveries could help the multinational to exploit the estimated 300 million barrels of oil equivalent that remain in the area.
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German crane manufacturer JD Neuhaus and Dutch engineering specialist Gerritsen On- & Offshore Services recently completed a complex deck crane engine replacement project in the Dutch North sea in just one week. Julian Turner gets the inside track from Gerritsen engineer Daan Gerritsen.
As the battle over wages in Australia’s offshore oil and gas sector continues, Elly Earls spoke to Australian Mines and Metals Association’s Scott Barklamb to find out how spiralling wages have affected the industries competitiveness.
Like any job tenacity and perseverance go a long way, but what else does it take to become a specialist oil and gas recruiter? Experienced recruiter for Petroplan, Mathew Branch, explains the importance of understanding the market, building relationships within the industry and having a certain flair for diplomacy.
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