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Energy analysts Douglas-Westwood and data specialists Infield Systems of the UK say the offshore industry should enjoy steady growth over the next five years, and the longer-term prospects are looking even better as the potential for higher oil prices grows. A water-based hydrogel, developed by Drs. Donald Eagland and Nicholas Crowther, has successfully solved, in early field tests, the problem of how to treat oil wells to reduce the presence of water. The treatment is called HYDRAGELseries PT. And the The Gulf of Mexico newsletter says Sale 184 for the Western Gulf of Mexico, held August 21, was out of line with recent GOM sale trends.

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