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Mooring Integrity Management – Current Strategies and Future Challenges 21 July 2015

In an effort to share the excellent progress made in Mooring Integrity Management (MIM), a group of experts from Shell, Chevron, BP, AMOG Consulting and DNV GL took part in a highly informative panel discussion at the SIM GoM Conference last month....

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History and Future of Structural Integrity Management 14 July 2015

Are you aware of the progress Structural Integrity Management (SIM) has made in the last 30 years? During the Structural Integrity Management (SIM) Gulf of Mexico Conference we hosted Houston last month, I met Patrick O’Connor, Chairman of the ISO 19901-9 SIM Committee and recently retired E&P Segment Engineering Technical Authority - Structures at BP America....

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Global experts to tackle “solid strategies amid uncertain times” at Well Integrity and Abandonment Conference 02 June 2015

Global well intervention specialist Welltec will present its new annular barrier technology, which it claims removes the need for cement, at the upcoming Well Integrity and Abandonment Conference in Aberdeen. The signing of Welltec as the latest speaker at the 30 June-1 July conference comes as Welltec enters a global framework agreement with Shell Global Solutions International to develop new technologies....

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5 Key Ways Digital Oilfield Technology is Crucial to Recovery 26 May 2015

Oil and gas operators like Hess, ConocoPhillips and Anadarko are increasingly turning to digital oilfield technology as being the key to weathering the current oil price environment and allowing them to emerge with more efficient, streamlined operations. BP recently announced at OTC that using big data could help the organization pump another 85,600 barrels. ...

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Digitalization: The answer to low oil prices? 19 May 2015

The upstream industry is at a critical juncture. Downward pressures on oil prices are leading to investment cuts in digital oilfield projects. But the current environment can provide a perfect breeding ground for innovation. When low oil prices are eroding margins, the digital oilfield promises substantial savings. Low oil prices can actually be “a catalyst for change”, according to Helenio Gilabert (Schneider Electric)....

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Interview with Simon Sparke, Tullow’s former Head of Wells 18 May 2015

DecomWorld recently interviewed Simon Sparke, Tullow’s former Head of Wells, to understand the approaches and innovation for working with ageing wells....

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Five years on… Leading engineer analyzes Macondo rig data 11 May 2015

Five years since the tragedy of the Macondo event, are we certain we know all the facts? Even at this milestone, it’s still vital to ensure that every well drilled is safe, reliable and achieves the very highest standards of structural integrity. ...

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Plunging oil prices highlight need to rationalise decommissioning 06 January 2015

With Brent crude falling to its lowest price in five years this week, operators are under immense pressure to streamline costs and offshore decommissioning and abandonment is one of the biggest areas in need of improvement, analysts said ahead of a major summit in Houston....

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