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DNV GL opens explosion science facility in UK 30 June 2016

DNV GL has officially opened a state-of-the-art training centre at its large-scale testing and research facility at Spadeadam in Cumbria, UK. The international oil & gas advisory and classification society is also inviting participation in a new joint industry project (JIP) to improve cost-efficiencies in explosion protection designs for process areas with testing to take place at the site....

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Global oil and gas: an evolving regulatory picture 18 February 2016

The oil and gas industry and its regulatory regimes are evolving. As operations break into new frontier territories, the challenge is to keep pace with trends, and tackle the demands of ultra-deep, more remote, harsher and environmentally sensitive areas. Such pioneering activity introduces new risks that need to be understood and managed. Regulations can help in ensuring that due attention is given to health, safety and environmental (HSE) performance....

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The next major hazard challenge: controlling the onset of detonation - Hazardex 2016 29 October 2015

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Development of an ISO standard for performance of PFP post blast - Hazardex 2016 28 October 2015

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Mapping the risks of Arctic exploration and development 21 May 2015

“The Arctic is not a monolithic area and the risk picture varies accordingly. Stakeholders therefore need a sound decision basis for understanding the risks associated with Arctic development and transportation”, says Børre Paaske, project manager at DNV GL – Oil & Gas....

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New report highlights oil & gas industry split over cost management issues in face of downturn 04 February 2015

In the face of falling oil prices, confidence in the outlook for the oil & gas industry has dropped dramatically among sector professionals from 65% to 28% in the last three months, according to new research published by DNV GL. The pessimistic outlook is also reflected in capital expenditure (CAPEX) intentions, with those planning to increase CAPEX in the same period dropping from 40% to 12% and those planning to reduce headcount increasing from ...

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Scotland could generate almost all its electricity with renewables by 2030 - report 16 January 2015

Scotland’s electricity system could be powered almost entirely by renewables by 2030 and without the need for any gas, coal or nuclear power stations in Scotland, according to a new report published in early January by WWF Scotland. The report claimed the renewable option could prove a cheaper and safer option than pursuing fossil fuel-based development....

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A new enhanced oil recovery concept: wind powered water injection 14 August 2014

DNV GL is proposing a new concept that combines mature water injection technology with the newest developments in offshore wind power to achieve more cost effective Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). Initial studies show it will reduce the cost of water injection, avoid costly topside modifications and reduce greenhouse gas emissions....

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Utilities sailing into uncharted waters… What’s in store for the future grid? 20 June 2014

For decades, the electric utility business model in the US, with its trillion dollar assets, has been organised on the principles of centrally controlled generation and variable consumption. Generation was mostly delivered from coal or nuclear plants, with its product still treated mostly like a public service rather than a consumer product. This model is now increasingly under pressure from the convergence of flattening electricity demand, growth of green energy, cheap natural gas, distributed ...

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Catastrophic Events: Breaking the cycle 17 January 2013

Situated among 35 hectares of high security Ministry of Defence land is one of the UK oil and gas industry’s most valuable facilities. GL Noble Denton’s Spadeadam Test Site is designed to carry out large scale hazard tests on oil and gas assets of all types and sizes, helping operators to validate models and obtain accurate test measurements by simulating real-world environments....

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