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OE Magazine February 2016 Features
For AUV eyes only
Heather Saucier investigates how wireless technologies used by AUVs can make sea-bottom surveillance more cost-effective and time-effi cient.
Making nodes fly
How to place ocean bottom nodes for seismic acquisition could be set for a revolution if Autonomous Robotics Ltd gets its flying nodes the technology right. Elaine Maslin reports.
Every barrel matters
A relentless focus is required to maintain and optimize production on often aging North Sea assets. Elaine Maslin reports.
Opinions on efficiency
OE asks what can companies do to become more efficient in this lower-for-longer market?
Breaking ground on Butch
Open water coiled tubing drilling has been used offshore Norway in an industry fi rst. Elaine Maslin found out more.
Tools of the trade
Weatherford’s Alex Goodwin explains how a RFID circulation sub displaced seawater to facilitate a formation integrity test in the Gulf of Mexico.
Automation: Extending assets’ lifecycle
Greg Hale and Dora Laine explain how digitizing information can help improve uptime, increase production and optimize resource utilization in this global and asset intense industry.
Underdeveloped Down Under
Both Australia and New Zealand hold vast petroleum potential and many of which remain undeveloped. Audrey Raj sets out the detail.