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# Onshore/Offshore Facilities

Oil and gas operators around the globe are targeting reductions in offshore carbon emissions, and facilities electrification is the key that will help them meet their goals.
Gas leaks as a result of suspected sabotage discovered on the Nord Stream pipelines have roiled energy markets and heightened security concerns.
The Petroleum Safety Authority urged oil companies to be vigilant about unidentified drones flying near offshore oil and gas platforms, warning they could pose a risk of accidents or attacks.

• Peter Bernard, CEO of Datagration, discusses how oil and gas industry predictive maintenance doesn’t just provide an economic value, it also boosts safety by anticipating unpredicted failures among aging infrastructure.
• Hiber has announced a new service for oil and gas operators looking to upgrade their field assets through digital surveillance. The company’s new HiberHilo wired-to-wireless converter turns analog well and pipeline data into wireless signals.
• The Rosmari-Marjoram project will be developed utilizing subsea wells and solar power.
• Oil and gas maintenance managers rank reliability of equipment and an overload of new processes and procedures to follow as top concerns in a new survey.
• This paper presents a summary of the results of a study of the potential for repurposing legacy oil and gas facilities in the Gulf of Mexico for uses in a blue economy.
• The authors of this paper describe a system that enables the storage of renewable power while allowing for the optimization of time and expenditure for decommissioning of existing infrastructure.
• The authors of this paper describe a holistic approach toward integrating alternative fuels and novel prime movers into life-cycle performance of offshore vessels.
• This case study demonstrates an estimated cost savings of AICD completions in six wells of more than $20 million in capital and operating expenses compared with a more conventional sliding side door completion to manage gas breakthrough. • The electrical submersible pump market is forecast to hit$6.7 billion in 2023.
• The two companies have agreed to develop a carbon capture and storage supply chain to funnel carbon dioxide produced by German industry into storage deep beneath the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
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