Marine & Offshore

PETROMIN – MARCH/APRIL ISSUE 2017

 

Reports


Global Oil Discoveries and New Projects Fell to Historic Lows in 2016
This report forecasts spending and project trends for the short-term outlook.

Vietnam Exceeding Expectations
In the last few years Vietnam’s oil and gas industry has consistently met targets set by the government and has grown and developed exponentially, as  this report will illustrate.

Westwood Insight: Exploration Turns the Corner in 2017
This report by energy analysts Westwood Global Energy Group offers hope to the ravaged exploration sector.

Subsea Set for Rebound
After years of declining investment the subsea market is predicted to level off and rebound.

Arctic Oil and Natural Gas Resources

Bids & Pieces

Scene & Heard



Technology

Validating FLNG Design
The emergence of the floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) concept has seen an unprecedented focus on development activity and has reinforced the commercial interest in these facilities. However, as the industry strives to make the concept a reality, in addition to the already formidable risks present in conventional projects, a plethora of distinctive risks associated with FLNG have now been added to the mix, with little industry experience to learn from. Simply adapting risk and safety concepts of land-based LNG developments may not be the solution. This report highlights the unique safety concerns which need to be considered and provides insight into the benefits of using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to complement physical modelling through Wind Tunnel Testing and ensure oil and gas operators have confidence that the design is fit for purpose in all operating conditions.

Corroded Bends, Straights and Tees Get Wrapped Up
This article utilises a case study to illustrate the effectiveness and durability of composite repairs on offshore structures.

Conferences & Exhibitions

Sea Asia 2017 Reinforces Role as Leading Maritime Forum in Southeast Asia

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