New edition of Offshore magazine is now available. In November 2012 issue, you can get latest news on offshore oil and gas operations and deep offshore markets. Here are feature articles for this month.
Solving the problem of ocean floor seawater treatment for EOR
One new subsea challenge is the production of distant oil satellite fields into existing facilities.
Deepwater developments can benefit from all-electric controls
Discoveries and developments of oil and gas resources in increasingly challenging areas feature ultra-deepwaters, ultra-long step-outs, complex well technologies, and challenging weather conditions.
Optimizing dehydration unit critical to gas lift
For years, offshore operators have faced the inevitable prospect of well depletion, in both hemispheres and from shallow to deepwater.
Multi-port flow selector offers production testing alternative
Of the many design criteria for floating deepwater offshore production facilities, reducing weight and footprint are among the most important.
Data integration, microseismic among geoscience advancements
The 2013 annual meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists brought with it more than the usual number of technology announcements.
Black Sea holds promise as nations seek energy independence
Despite the occasional setback “political and exploratory” the Black Sea continues to draw interest from international oil companies, including heavy hitters such as ExxonMobil, Total, Shell, and Repsol.
Industry cooperation key to Arctic development
There are already numerous international and national rules and guidelines aimed at mitigating the risks of Arctic petroleum operations.
Geographic Eligibility: Asia, Middle East, Europe, Africa, South America, Asia Pacific, North America
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Offshore provides a rich editorial blend of international news and technology for marine/offshore operations around the world. Topics covered include seismic services, exploration, drilling, production, processing, pipelining, operating problems and design solutions.