Commentary, 3/4 2010Apr 19, 2010
Unless you’ve been sleeping for the last half year, you’ve seen plenty of coverage of unconventional gas – especially North American shale gas...
From the Editor, 3/4 2010Apr 19, 2010
There’s a very good chance that you’re reading this issue at one of two conferences. If you’re in Norway, then it may be that you’re at the Underwater Technology Conference (UTC) in Bergen. Perhaps you’re in Houston, visiting the Offshore Technology Conference – OTC 2010. If you’re really lucky, you get to visit both conferences.
Successful Pipeline Installation for Parque das Conchas DevelopmentApr 19, 2010
One of the world’s leading subsea engineering and construction companies, Subsea 7, has successfully delivered again in Brazilian deep-waters. Subsea 7 has recently completed pipeline installation activities for the Parque das Conchas (BC-10) development, offshore Brazil.
Flared Gas Recovery Becomes Commercial RealityApr 19, 2010
The environmental case for flare reduction has always been compelling. Now, with technology available that converts stranded flare gas into a range of desirable products for energy consumers, the commercial case has become equally convincing.
Proven ResultsApr 19, 2010
The Bergen area cluster for subsea technology seeks to embody and enhance the pioneering subsea experience from the North Sea. Through flat organisation structures and team spirit, cluster companies provide cost effective products and services. Placed squarely in the strict regulatory regime of the North Sea, operational and business processes ensure safety and professionalism.
Enter The iPadApr 19, 2010
Since Apple announced the launch of the iPad, it seems as if the world has divided into two camps – the true believers and the professional sceptics. It’s telling that one electronic gadget is perceived to have the power to change everything about digital media – but since the gigantic successes of the iPod and iPhone, most people seem to view each offering from Apple as a sort of handout from God.