Offshore Market Reports

Researchers at the Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Autonomous Ocean Systems Laboratory (AOSL) are developing bespoke autonomous vehicles to track and gather data on moving sea ice that threatens ships and oil rigs operating in the Northwest Atlantic’s so-called ‘Iceberg Alley.’ But, what dangers do icebergs pose, how can their threat…
The Energy Institute (EI), along with Oil & Gas UK, has published its latest Pipeline and Riser Loss of Containment (PARLOC) report, which encompasses statistics from a 12-year operating period. Brian Bain, co-author of the report on behalf of DNV GL, Energy Institute Technical Group and Oil and Gas UK…
The Gulf of Mexico's Lower Tertiary is one of the world's most promising ultra-deepwater frontier regions, but reaching its riches is no simple task. The industry is responding to difficult deepwater economics with integrated tech, including Baker Hughes's Hammerhead system, the sector's first all-in-one completion and production system designed for…
Having long fought against the practice of offshore fracking being carried out in California, the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) recently succeeded in forcing two federal government agencies to reveal emails and documents detailing the regulatory process that companies must go through to be granted permission. With the environmental campaign…
For over 15 years, Diane Austin, an anthropology professor at the University of Arizona, has been researching the social impacts of an offshore lifestyle on the workers’ families and households. Austin’s investigations led her to live in these communities, learning how people adapted to a life of constant change during…
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