The ability to remotely operate offshore oil and gas platforms enables companies to minimize the number of people required on board the platform. Because less accommodation is then required, the weight of the platform can be reduced, leading to cost savings, while transporting fewer people offshore increases safety, by keeping more workers away from potential hazards, and also reduces operating costs.
Author: Peter Wang The global oil industry has certainly turned a corner since January 2016, and nothing says it like Brent Crude spot prices: January 2016 – Brent low $27.10May 2018 – Brent high $80.5A difference of 197% These higher prices are here to stay for a...
One of the largest offshore oil & gas industry events, the ONS 2010 (Offshore Northern Seas) Conference, will be happening August 24 through 27 in Stavanger, Norway. During this conference, a number of Emerson folks will be presenting on the application of...
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