The US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement is proposing changes to offshore...
- Living sensor to detect gas pipeline leaks in real-time
- Burden of proof: will changes to US offshore safety rules compromise safety?
- Decommissioning North Sea platforms: should we let sleeping giants lie?
- American withdrawal: what now for the oil industries flagship transparency initiative?
- Could electrifying methane flaring unlock a massive, wasted resource?
Living sensor to detect gas pipeline leaks in real-time
Scientists are engaged in the development of a ‘living’ sensor that leverages the metabolic process of bacteria to detect gas leaks in real-time.
Burden of proof: will changes to US offshore safety rules compromise safety?
The US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement is proposing changes to offshore safety rules in response to President Trump’s order to reduce “unnecessary burden on industry”. Julian Turner asks Greg Julian, Press Secretary of the Bureau, if it is possible to increase both production and safety.
Upper Zakum Offshore Oil Field Development, Abu Dhabi
Located approximately 84km offshore to the north-west of Abu Dhabi islands, Upper Zakum Oilfield has an estimated 50 billion barrels of oil reserves.
Decommissioning North Sea platforms: should we let sleeping giants lie?
With massive decommissioning costs on the horizon in the UK North Sea, University of Aberdeen academic Tom Baxter has argued that there is no reason to actually remove offshore oil platforms. Instead, they should be made ‘clean’ and able to support marine life. Many environmental groups disagree. Given the costs involved in removing offshore infrastructure, would it make sense to avoid outright removal?
Acoustic Enclosure Offshore
Wakefield Acoustics is a leading manufacturer and supplier of acoustically optimised enclosures, which are designed to address noise-related issues in a number of industrial environments.
Industrial Noise, Vibration and Thermal Management Solutions
Isolated Systems is a UK-based company specialising in the design, manufacture and installation of innovative vibration, noise and thermal management solutions for use in a wide range of industrial applications.
Greenpeace urges Norwegian court to scrap Arctic oil licences
Environmental groups Greenpeace Nordic and Nature and Youth have filed an action to Norway's Supreme Court to challenge the judgement passed by a lower court in a case against the national government for approving new Arctic oil drilling.
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