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A larger FPSO unit and subsea systems could be in store for the second phase of the ExxonMobil-operated Liza development offshore Guyana.
This month E&P takes a step back to the basics with a look at how operators are identifying the best locations to place subsea equipment during the field development phase.
The new ‘normal’ is a catalyst for change.
Improved products and expanded services deliver gains for subsea production.
Novel approach saves time and reduces risk for offshore casing installations.
A concept using small FLNG vessels for stranded fields will save the industry billions of dollars.
A platform integrates robotics, AI and original predictive analytics to advance the inspection services industry.
Operators find subsea success by using existing infrastructure off the Norwegian coast.
An integrated SPS/SURF and alliance approach delivers sustainable improvement in field development value.
Before deploying subsea development strategies, operators need to know where their equipment is going.
Karoon has been talking to suppliers to contract an FPSO unit for the field.
When the issue of subsea wells is broached all too often the top-hole construction is a neglected area. But if Norwegian-based Neodrill get its way that will soon change.