Dow Water & Process Solutions’ ultrafiltration (UF) membrane technology will soon start treating seawater off the coast of the Republic of the Congo required for reservoir injection.
ERIELL Group completed drilling of 4 directional wells of 3,532 – 3,880 meters in depth at Titas field in the Republic of Bangladesh under the contract with Gazprom International.
The wells were constructed using the drilling rig ZJ-70 LDВ-450.
Installing new loading buoys is one of several projects intended to extend Gullfaks’ life towards 2040. 2.55 billion barrels of oil from the Gullfaks field have passed through the existing loading buoys since first oil, Statoil said on June 4.
A team of clean energy researchers at the University of British Columbia has received a $500,000 grant to commercialize a new technology that converts excess carbon dioxide and wastewater from the oil and gas sector into reusable water and valuable chemicals.
Salym Petroleum Development N.V. (SPD) and ООО “Stroytransgaz-M” (STGM) signed a contract for construction of ASP* mixing unit at the West Salym oil field in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra.
Work will continue this summer and autumn on installing a seismic streamer on Snorre, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said on May 30 . A dedicated system with a seismic streamer will also be installed on Grane.
Gazprom Neft has been Russia’s first oil and gas company to complete a pilot project in seismic research based on new technologies that allow preserving forests.
On 25 May 2014 Salym Petroleum Development N.V. (SPD) drilled its 900th well on the Salym group of fields since the execution of the Salym Project began in 2003. The anniversary well, 3150 meters deep, was drilled on the Upper Salym field in 14.41 days.
Magnetrol® announces the release of the Eclipse® Model 706 transmitter with Foundation fieldbus™ digital output communications.
Zeus, a global leader in material science and polymer extrusions, now offers an array of extruded products that maintain excellent electrical properties at high continuous service temperatures of up to 300° C / 572° F.