• Digging into the data on microbiological souring

    Oilfield services specialist Rawwater has accrued three decades worth of data on microbiological oilfield souring, using physical reservoir simulation and modelling to make forecasts on the propensity of oil to...

  • Surveying the Baltic Sea for Nord Stream 2

    Offshore surveyors iSurvey recently completed a 40km seabed study in the German Baltic Sea as part of the international Nord Stream 2 pipeline project. Heidi Vella spoke to the company’s...

  • Delving into deepwater rig repair

    The Greater Lafourche Port Commission (GLPC) has announced plans to develop the next generation of deepwater port facilities at Port Fourchon, Louisiana. How do you go about constructing such a...

  • The dawn of offshore mega-terminals

    The US is becoming a major exporter of oil, and it needs increasingly bigger and better infrastructure to keep the commodity flowing. As a result, the country is looking to...

  • September’s top news stories

    Transocean agreed to acquire Ocean Rig for around $2.7bn, and Kosmos Energy completed the purchase of Deep Gulf Energy in a deal valued at $1.225bn. Offshore-technology.com wraps up the key...

  • August’s top news stories

    The Government of India opened the Discovered Small Field Policy bid round-II covering 25 discovered oil and gas reserves that are reportedly worth $14.46bn, and Santos agreed to acquire Quadrant...

  • Offshore Technology Focus: Issue 66

    In this issue: Electrifying the Johan Sverdrup oil field, Nova Scotia’s fight for drilling, after Piper Alpha, the decommissioning burden, greatest oil moments, biggest gas projects, and more

  • June’s top news stories

    ExxonMobil acquires stake in Carcara oil field for $800m, Shell concludes sale of interest in Bongkot field for $750m, Lundin Norway, Eigen designed a new app which pairs with wearable...

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