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Rise in demand for rental equipment offshore drilling projects predicted


Published Apr 15, 2014
Aquaterra Energy-7

As confidence in the economy returns and discussions about the introduction of a new industry regulator to help revitalise exploration progress, Aquaterra Energy is forecasting a rise in demand for rental equipment in the oil and gas market.

Products expected to be in particular demand are Aquaterra Energy’s heavy duty H4 subsea connectors, with exceptional bending capacity making them suitable for most offshore operations, and NT2 surface connectors, used to minimise rig time for riser applications, providing the connection between the rig BOP and the surface riser tension joint.

Eric Doyle, Regional Director – Europe at Aquaterra Energy said: “The availability of high specification, field proven shallow and deep-water equipment from stock, provides a cost effective solution for oil and gas companies needing to progress drilling programmes efficiently.

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