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Author Marco Vázquez-García, Jorge Luis Ortíz-Durán, Humberto Salazar-Soto, José Trinidad Martínez-Vázquez, Madain Moreno-Vidal, Bill Howieson, Chu-Ong Ting And David Gonzalez
In 2009, CGG won a four-year contract with Pemex for a dedicated seismic vessel to acquire large narrow-azimuth surveys in the deep offshore Mexican Gulf of Mexico, which was later extended to include two large 3D wide-azimuth projects. Since the start of the original contract, Pemex has acquired the world’s first full-scale broadband, high-density, wide-azimuth survey, specifically designed for field development.
Exploration, Offshore, North America Read More
Author Gerald Mosley
Chapter One: The NOV Harsh Environment FPSO signals a transition in vessel design that will be tested first in the North Sea. Additional versions of the new design will eventually be built and put to work in Brazil, West Africa and other regions.
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Author Jennifer Greenhalgh
The 2006 discovery by Petrobras of Tupi field, Santos basin, Brazil, and subsequent related pre-salt discoveries, has increased interest in the pre-salt analogues of Angola’s conjugate Kwanza-Benguela and Namibe basins. Common origin and similar tectonic history suggest that a similar play should exist in Angola. The depth migration of a PGS dual-sensor survey across the Kwanza-Benguela and Namibe area will assist exploration.
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Vol. 229 No. 6   OTC.08 POST-SHOW REVIEW ASME-IPTI presented two awards at OTC Hoisting and lifting technolog
Industry Overview, Offshore Read More
The 2007 US Gulf of Mexico Western Lease Sale attracted great interest, with bids concentrated in the deepwater region.
Offshore, Deepwater, North America Read More
Vol. 228 No. 3   Deepwater Statistical Report Alan Murray , Wood Mackenzie The &ldq
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Tuesday, February 26, 2013
BY JULIE CART
NEW ORLEANS -- With the drilling of its deepwater Macondo well running behind schedule and $50 million over budget, energy giant BP was under intense financial pressure to save money, setting in motion a reckless disregard for safety that led to the largest oil spill in American history, the prosecution said as the company's long-awaited civil trial got underway.
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Thursday, April 22, 2010
11 still missing after oil rig explosion in Gulf According to CNN reports, At least 12 people were missing and seven were critically injured after an explosion on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Coast Guard
Saturday, November 14, 2009
200 million barrels of oil confirmed in offshore Tunisia Following conclusion of the conceptual field development plan for the Hammamet West oil field in the Gulf of Hammamet, Tunisia, Cooper Energy is pleased to announce that the field is estimated
Exploration, Drilling and Completions, Offshore, Deepwater, Africa Read More
Monday, September 05, 2011
2H Offshore announces new appointment, promotion 2H Offshore has announced two new appointments. Tim Eyles becomes the managing director of the 2H Offshore group of companies. He will also continue to share the running of 2H Offshore’s engineering office in
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