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  • Transatlantic Business Event Set to Unite Global Energy Hubs
    by Kenny Dooley on March 20, 2019 at 4:06 pm

    Transatlantic Business Event Set to Unite Global Energy Hubs   Two of the world’s energy engine rooms will come together for a unique event which will take place in Aberdeen and Dundee next week. The annual Aberdeen-Houston Gateway, hosted by Granite PR, has become a much-anticipated fixture on the business calendar, annually sparking interest from both sides of the Atlantic in the opportunity to network and knowledge share on an international platform. As two of the founder members of the World Energy Cities Partnership, Aberdeen and Houston have a long and deep relationship which will be explored thanks to the seventh annual event, in association with the Greater Houston Partnership. Making the trip to Scotland will be a delegation of leading Houston business representatives including event chairman Jeffrey Blair (Greater Houston Partnership), Alan McCartney (OMNI Flow), Andrew Derry (British International School of Houston), Andy Grieve (Hampco and G-Tech Innovation Center), Frank Landreneau (PKF Texas), Lorna Ramsay (Houston Grampian Association) and Derek Blackwood OBE (Global Scot). Again, one highlight of a busy week will be the flagship lunch at Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel, Aberdeen on March 26th, a session which regularly draws an audience in excess of 120. During the event delegates will have the chance to benefit from networking and knowledge sharing opportunities over a mouth-watering Scottish showcase lunch. They will also hear from a line-up of leading speakers from both sides of the Atlantic who will share their experiences of UK and US markets and examined how to further strengthen the links between the cities. In a bid to lengthen the bridge created by the Aberdeen-Houston Gateway this year’s event will grow to encompass Dundee thanks to a new addition in the form of: “Houston Meets Dundee.” Building on the success of the recent inaugural Dundee & Angus Expo, this portion of the programme will be held in association with Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce and will create a platform from which Scottish and American delegates can explore the many opportunities which exist between Dundee, Angus, Houston and Texas. Commenting on plans for the 2019 event, Granite PR founder and managing director, and Aberdeen-Houston Gateway creator Brett Jackson said: “Last year was our best attended Aberdeen-Houston Gateway since 2014, clearly demonstrating the appetite which still exists for the knowledge this event imparts to delegates. “On the build-up to the 50th OTC in May, at which we will be exhibiting, we are again indebted to all those who have thrown their support behind the Aberdeen-Houston Gateway, particularly those who will make the journey from Texas to be with us.” Jeffrey Blair, Director Europe, Middle East & Africa for the Greater Houston Partnership added: “I am honored once again to chair this year’s Aberdeen-Houston Gateway event for the second year in a row. I am keen to hear about what is new in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire and to share what is new in the area of innovation in Greater Houston, centered around energy but also in other industries that have ‘crossover appeal’.” Granite PR, which celebrated a decade in business last year, has carved a strong reputation for delivering business events which create opportunities to establish and grow links between Aberdeen and fellow energy hubs. The inaugural Gateway linked Aberdeen with Houston in March 2013 and, since then, a total of 16 events have been held focusing on a growing list of locations such as Norway, Perth WA, the United Arab Emirates and Guyana. The 2019 Aberdeen-Houston Gateway is supported by Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, British Consulate General Houston, British International School of Houston, Burness Paull LLP, Business Plus Scotland, DLR Media, Energy Industries Council, Grampian-Houston Association, Greater Houston Partnership, G-Tech Innovation Center, Hampco, Invest Aberdeen, Katy EDC, Keller Williams, Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, Munro’s Travel Ltd, PKF Texas/Johnston Carmichael (Scotland), OMNI Flow, Press and Journal/Energy Voice, Scottish Development International. The seventh annual Aberdeen-Houston Gateway lunch will be held on Tuesday, March 26th at 11.30am for 12noon until 2pm at Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel, Aberdeen. To find out more or to book a place, email brettjackson@granitepr.co.uk or bernie@bpscotland.co.uk “Houston Meets Dundee” will take place on Wednesday, March 27th at Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce. To find out more, visit https://www.dundeeandanguschamber.co.uk/events/Houston-Meets-Dundee-Lunch_4243.ht […]

  • PDi Expand Engineering Capability and win over £2 Million in 2019 New Orders
    by Kenny Dooley on March 20, 2019 at 1:04 pm

    PDi Expand Engineering Capability and win over £2 Million in 2019 New Orders   PDi Ltd, a Tattva Group Company, the Aberdeen-based subsea engineering and project management specialists, has announced ambitious expansion plans and over £2m of new orders since the start of the year. The company has recently added concept and front-end engineering to its subsea capability. PDi’s CEO, Michael O’Sullivan said the reduction in the number of truly independent engineering service providers together with the demand from new, independent operators meant we saw this as the logical next step; especially given our well-established in-house design and analysis capabilities. The new services, led by well-known industry experts, Phil Law and Ian Bremner, will see PDi focus initially on subsea tie-back developments. In February the company was awarded its first concept development work for i3 Energy’s Liberator field development in the Moray Firth area of the UKCS and they aim to grow this service offering over the coming months. Welcoming the new staff, O’Sullivan added “The company has grown its workforce to meet rising demand for its subsea engineering and decommissioning services. We have also recently completed a rebranding exercise, which we believe is timely given we are entering an exciting expansion era in the company’s history. We have always had the ability to attract high calibre people and we’re delighted to have such a tried, tested and most importantly trusted team launch our concept and FEED offering. Our aim is to build on our success to date and establish ourselves as one of the leading independent engineering houses throughout the international subsea industry, providing niche subsea services “from design to decom”. […]

  • '£200bn investment needed' to secure future of Scotland's oil and gas industry
    by Kenny Dooley on March 20, 2019 at 11:35 am

    '£200bn investment needed' to secure future of Scotland's oil and gas industry   Oil and gas exploration production companies will have to spend around £200 billion to add another generation of productive life to the waters around the UK, according to a major new report. Oil and Gas UK’s (OGUK) Business Outlook 2019 said that following 14 years of decline, production has increased by 20% over the past five years. Total production from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) was around 619 million barrels of oil equivalent per day last year, 4% higher than 2017. The report said companies are looking to maintain operating costs at current levels, with expenditure at around £7-7.5bn through 2019. Momentum is building around exploration activity, with up to 15 wells expected this year, including several potentially high-impact prospects. OGUK said the largest 10 explor-ation production companies accounted for just over half of production last year, compared to more than two-thirds in 2008, reflecting an increasingly diverse corporate landscape. Production from the UKCS is continuing to provide around 60% of the UK’s oil and gas demand, which is reducing reliance on imports. The report said more new projects were approved in 2018 than over the previous three years combined, unlocking more than £3.3bn of new capital investment and more than 400 million barrels of oil equivalent of new reserves, with similar figures expected this year. However, the report found that continued uncertainty in commodity markets is reinforcing investor caution, with forecasts indicating a conservative outlook for prices. OGUK chief executive Deirdre Michie, above, said: “Our report finds an industry that’s getting better at what it does, getting smarter in how it does it and is well positioned to deliver attractive returns on investment within this environment, maintaining our global competitiveness. This is the new reality and we need to embrace it. “However, challenges remain across parts of the supply chain, with revenues and margins still under pressure and cash flow stretched ... with focus on adding a generation of productive life to the basin, our report reveals around £200bn will need to be spent to find, develop and operate the reserves of the future.” Of the £200bn, about £100-£110bn will need to be spent over the next 16 years to support production from the basin. The study found that around 40,000 new people will need to be attracted to the industry to achieve Vision 2035, which aims to add a generation of productive life to the UKCS while expanding supply chain opportunities in Scotland, abroad and into other sectors. A quarter of the jobs would be roles which currently do not exist. Graham Hollis, senior partner for Deloitte’s Aberdeen office, said that while the report was right to put the pressures remaining on the sector in the context of a “new reality” for the industry, it also demonstrated the sector’s resilience and optimism. He said: “The ongoing levels of mergers and acquisition activity also indicate that the appetite to invest in the basin continues to be positive.” Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse added: “It is clear that more needs to be done to realise the industry’s Vision 2035, including diversification into new areas such as transitional technologies and areas such as hydrogen production, and providing sustainable opportunities for the supply chain which, while seeing improvements, is still continuing to face challenges in some areas. “That’s why we continue to press for more action by UK Ministers to stimulate further investment in the sector.” Source: The National &nbs […]

  • Major Operator recovers from stuck pipe using Churchill’s HyPR™ HoleSaver™
    by Kenny Dooley on March 20, 2019 at 10:56 am

    Major Operator recovers from stuck pipe using Churchill’s HyPR™ HoleSaver™   A major UAE operator has recovered from stuck pipe by severing its drill string in just 2.5 hours, reports Churchill Drilling Tools, a global oilfield service company specialising in drilling innovation. Churchill’s HyPR™ HoleSaver™, the world’s first hydraulic pipe recovery system, was activated on a well offshore of the UAE on 16th March after the BHA became stuck at 9,070 feet due to a pack-off in a challenging formation. The HyPR™ HoleSaver™ enables operators to recover quickly and safely from stuck pipe incidents, which are estimated to cost the industry hundreds of millions of dollars every year. Traditional pipe severance methods, including the use of explosives, often take days and sometimes weeks and require the mobilization of specialist tools, additional personnel and extra logistics. However, the operator had placed a HyPR™ HoleSaver™ sub in its string as contingency against stuck pipe. Activating Churchill’s DAV MX™ CircSub, the operator first regained circulation and well control. The HyPR™ HoleSaver™ Dart was subsequently dropped and pumped to redirect the flow of mud through the dart’s ports creating a high velocity stream of fluid to hydraulically sever the string. After 2.5 hours of pumping at 550 gallons per minute the operator applied some torque and the string parted with ease. Avoiding the need for explosives, chemicals, or indeed any additional equipment or rig personnel, the operator recovered 8,335 feet of challenging hole, and was able to begin sidetrack operations shortly afterwards. Nicholas Kjaer, General Manager of Churchill’s operations in the Middle East and Asia, said: “This is the second successful cut in the region in a matter of weeks which shows that operators are beginning to reap the rewards from placing HyPR™ HoleSavers™ in their strings.” Churchill Drilling Tools’ Chairman, Andy Churchill, said: “The team did a great job in optimizing the configuration and subsequently supporting the operator to get out of hole quickly and safely. Despite the simplicity of the system, it’s important for operators to know that we’re on hand to review and assist with their strategy and its execution. “I’m proud that across the globe we’re partnering with clients pushing the boundaries of innovation to reduce risk, reduce costs and improve campaigns.” &nbs […]

  • Oceaneering’s TAXI™ Digital Radiography Solution to Provide Significant Cost Savings
    by Kenny Dooley on March 20, 2019 at 10:04 am

    Oceaneering’s TAXI™ Digital Radiography Solution to Provide Significant Cost Savings   20 March 2019, Aberdeen, UK: – Oceaneering International, Inc. (“Oceaneering”) has launched a new digital radiography solution for the oil and gas sector, the Trip Avoidance X-ray Inspection (TAXI™) system, aimed at reducing the number of unplanned shutdowns. Recognised at the SPE Offshore Achievement Awards’ “Innovator” category, the TAXI™ solution represents a step-change in industrial radiography operations. Typically, radiography uses gamma radiation emitting isotopes. This upsets nucleonic level control instrumentation on pressure vessels and equipment, causing “trips” that result in costly unplanned plant shutdowns and associated process safety risks. The TAXI solution enables Oceaneering’s technicians to digitally radiograph pressure piping and infrastructure associated on, or around, equipment fitted with nucleonic detectors. The work can be carried out while the plant is in-service, using a specialised system that delivers pulsed X-rays. The field-proven process provides the optimal non-destructive testing (NDT) solution to detect corrosion, pipe thinning and potential loss of integrity. It ensures continuous operations – significantly reducing the risk of loss of primary containment (LOPC), associated safety risks and also maximises plant uptime. The solution complies with Ionising Radiation Regulations 2017 (IRR17), and does not require plant nucleonics isolation. It can reduce deferred inspections, resulting in increased plant efficiency and also provides significant cost savings by eliminating unplanned process shutdowns caused by trips. In addition, it enables in-service inspection of normally inaccessible systems, such as small-bore piping. Jim McNab, Radiation Methods Subject Matter Expert at Oceaneering, said, “Operators often defer radiography inspections into planned shutdowns or rely on less effective inspection methods. This is because, until now, there was no safe, reliable solution to enable equipment and piping systems to be radiographed in the vicinity of nucleonics while the plant is live. We were compelled to develop an efficient and reliable solution for our oil and gas customers that would provide further confidence in the integrity of their facilities; and took inspiration from X-ray systems used within the security and defence sectors. “Our TAXI™ solution is suitable for detecting and monitoring corrosion under insulation (CUI), a major issue attributed to around 60 per cent of the North Sea’s piping failures. CUI is difficult to detect and measure, and removing insulation to inspect for signs of corrosion can be costly, time consuming and sometimes unnecessary.” Oceaneering has worked closely with equipment suppliers and the manufacturers of nucleonic instrumentation to design the TAXI™ system. Already deployed on several North Sea assets, it is available as part of Oceaneering’s inspection offering. Learn more: oceaneering.com/TAXI […]

  • Medics Save Offshore Workers Life After Medical Emergency On Board Mariner Platform
    by Kenny Dooley on March 20, 2019 at 8:32 am

    Medics Save Offshore Workers Life After Medical Emergency On Board Mariner Platform   The son of an offshore worker who suffered a heart attack while working on an offshore platform has praised medics after his father was airlifted to hospital yesterday. Greg Law, an engineer living in Aberdeen, said last night that medical staff who airlifted his father Graeme from the Mariner platform in the east of Shetland “undoubtedly” saved his life. Medical crews on both the Mariner platform and Shetland Coastguard were scrambled after the incident was reported at 2pm yesterday. The Shetland Coastguard confirmed today that a man was medevaced before being transferred to Gilbert Bain Hospital in Lerwick. He was subsequently transferred to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary last night onboard an air ambulance and is recovering in ARI's Coronary Care Unit Graeme who works onboard the Mariner platform as Lead HSE advisor for Aker Solutions posted on social media today that he is feeling much better and is being well looked after by the doctors and nurses at ARI.   Source: oilandgaspeople.com […]

  • Equinor awarding contract for subsea production system for Johan Sverdrup phase 2
    by Kenny Dooley on March 20, 2019 at 7:58 am

    Equinor awarding contract for subsea production system for Johan Sverdrup phase 2   On behalf of the Johan Sverdrup licence, Equinor is awarding a contract for constructing and installing the subsea production system for project phase 2 to TechnipFMC. The production system consists of five templates and a total of 18 X-mas trees with associated components.   Plans call for the Johan Sverdrup field to start up in November this year. To ensure synergies, continuity and a coherent field development, Equinor and the Johan Sverdrup partners – consisting of Aker BP, Lundin Norway, Petoro and Total – are awarding the contract for the subsea production system for the second development phase. Production start of phase 2 is scheduled for Q4 2022. “This is an important milestone for the Johan Sverdrup development. We have now determined the subsea solution for both phase 1 and 2 of the field development, and TechnipFMC has been given the responsibility for both jobs. This gives us a good starting point for accelerating the collaboration on safety, efficiency improvement, simplification and technology development. Close collaboration in the execution phase lays the foundation for achieving good solutions and further simplifications in the operating phase. We are looking forward to that,” says Trond Bokn, senior vice president for the Johan Sverdrup development. The beginning of the installation campaign for the topsides for both the processing platform and the utility and living quarters platform is planned this week. Once completed all four platforms in the first phase of the development will be in place at the field 160 kilometres west of Stavanger. “Johan Sverdrup is the biggest ongoing industrial project in Norway. The field development has played a key role in terms of activity and spinoffs during a demanding period for the industry, not least in Norway. Norwegian suppliers have secured more than 70% of the Johan Sverdrup contracts, and this award further increases this share, demonstrating their ability to change andtheir competitiveness,” says chief procurement officer Peggy Krantz-Underland. The contracts are subject to approval of the plan for development and operation (PDO) for Johan Sverdrup phase 2, which was submitted to the authorities in August 2018. TechnipFMC describes the value of the contract as “significant”, defined to be in the range of USD 75-250 million. Source: Equinor […]

  • Simulator facility helps develop human factors and boost safety for the oil and gas industry
    by Kenny Dooley on March 19, 2019 at 2:36 pm

    Simulator facility helps develop human factors and boost safety for the oil and gas industry   Significant investment in a state-of-the-art simulator training facility is helping to boost skills and improve safety across the Norwegian oil and gas industry. Over the past seven years, Fagskolen i Hordaland, which is located in Bergen city centre, has trained hundreds of students and oil and gas industry professionals in drilling and well control operations at its bespoke simulator facility. The $multi-million, 180m² facility is one of Norway’s most advanced simulation centres for drilling and has been developed in close consultation with the drilling industry to ensure it meets the sector’s skills and competency demands now and into the future. As well as a large Drilling Systems’ DrillSIM-6000 simulator suite, the centre features two associated rooms where up to 25 students can observe and analyse simulation scenario via immersive displays. These facilities help students learn about drilling and well control operations offshore by enabling them to practise real-life scenarios using the simulator. Students experience all the movement, sounds and operations of a real offshore rig and this highly immersive training enhances learning and understanding to ensure people are better prepared for the workplace. As well as training the workforce of tomorrow, Fagskolen i Hordaland works with oil and gas companies to ensure crews are fully competent and well prepared for live operations. One of Fagskolen i Hordaland’s clients is Odfjell Drilling which regularly puts its crews through crew resource management (CRM) training to prepare for drilling operations, develop human factors awareness and ensure the highest safety levels. The well-specific training scenarios enable Odfjell’s crews to practise a wide range of advanced drilling operations such as well control, stuck pipe, jarring, managed pressure drilling in a safe and controlled environment so that the field personnel are trained to respond effectively. Rune Mesel, Manager Operational Compliance from Odfjell Drilling said: “Safety is our highest priority so regular team-based training courses where high-risk operational scenarios, that could never be replicated on the job, can be practised in complete safe environment to ensure our personnel are better-prepared for the field. Simulator training at Fagskolen i Hordaland is the most efficient way of keeping crews’ skills at a consistent high standard.” Jørgen Eriksen, head of petroleum at Fagskolen, said: “Following a number of high-profile well control event on the Norwegian continental shelf over the past few years, the focus on crew training and the human risk factor is becoming increasingly important for operators and contractors. We have heavily invested in our simulator facility to ensure workers in the oil and gas industry are trained to the highest possible standards and are fully competent to cope with the challenges of working in the field.” Clive Battisby, chief operating officer at Drilling Systems, said: “We are delighted to work closely with Fagskolen i Hordaland to provide the Norwegian oil and gas industry with skilled personnel now and in the future. Our simulators create an extremely realistic environment, which mirrors the equipment and conditions faced on a rig. People can train in a risk-free setting which significantly improves their knowledge and helps improve efficiencies and safety levels across the sector.&rdquo […]

  • Hurricane Energy Production Vessel Hooks Up To North Sea Oil Field
    by Kenny Dooley on March 19, 2019 at 2:14 pm

    Hurricane Energy Production Vessel Hooks Up To North Sea Oil Field   Hurricane Energy’s FPSO vessel has been connected to the group’s North Sea Lancaster oil field on March 19, another milestone for the group as it seeks to extract so-called fractured basement oil in Britain. Hurricane specializes in recovering oil from fractures in hard and brittle rock known as fractured basement reservoirs, which some see as a risky way to obtain crude. “The Aoka Mizu FPSO arrived at the Lancaster field on 17 March 2019 and successfully hooked up to the turret mooring system buoy on the morning of 19 March 2019. The vessel is now on station and securely moored,” Hurricane said. A rope getting snagged in January had delayed progress. Hurricane has targeted first oil from its Greater Lancaster Area project, west of Scotland’s Shetland Islands, in the first half of 2019. Any progress towards that is closely watched by the market. “After first oil, Hurricane anticipates a gradual ramp-up of production towards its planned average plateau rate of 17,000 barrel of oil per day.” There is currently no fractured basin field in production in Britain. Lundin Petroleum in August announced good productivity from a fractured reservoir in the Norwegian North Sea. Together with its Greater Warwick Area project, Hurricane aims to add net reserves of 750 million barrels to its portfolio.   Source: HartEnergy […]

  • Oil giant Eni targets net-zero carbon emissions by 2030
    by Kenny Dooley on March 19, 2019 at 11:20 am

    Oil giant Eni targets net-zero carbon emissions by 2030   Italian oil and gas group Eni has pledged to reach net-zero carbon emissions for its operations by 2030, despite announcing plans to increase oil and gas production by 3.5% annually up to 2022. Eni’s net-zero carbon pledge is part of an upstream business transformation to align to the targets of the Paris Agreement, according to the company’s chief executive Claudio Descalzi. To meet this ambition, upwards of €3bn will be invested into renewable energy, energy efficiency projects and a major forestry offsetting programme. Eni will plant enough trees and forestry to capture up to 20Mt of carbon by the 2030 deadline. Almost half of the €3bn earmarked for investment will be aimed at renewable energy projects, with a focus on solar. Eni will aim to install more than 10GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030 – up from 0.2GW currently. Eni will also invest in technologies that can convert organic waste into biofuels to be used for boats and eventually cars. However, the company also announced that oil and gas production between 2019 and 2022 will increase by 3.5% annually due to existing business strategies. Around 2.5 billion barrels of oil and gas are expected to be generated by 2022, with Eni drilling 140 exploration wells in the process. Descalzi also noted that future plans would involve increasing “exposure to energy storage”. Fossil fears Eni is the latest oil major to outline a transition towards the low-carbon economy. Last week, for example, Royal Dutch Shell said it will link the pay of its 150 most senior executives with its progress towards its carbon reduction aims with "immediate effect". BP has also pledged to align its business with the aims of the Paris Agreement and has begun linking staff bonuses to its low-carbon progress. Many fossil fuel majors are reacting to investor pressure. A briefing paper from Unfriend Coal revealed that 24 of the world’s largest investors have collectively excluded coal from $6trn in assets, as the trend towards divestment from carbon-heavy projects and products continues. Earlier this year, a report from the European Commission revealed that the UK spends more than any EU nation on subsidising fossil fuels. The report also found that EU-wide payments have failed to decrease despite the bloc's commitment to the Paris Agreement on climate change. &nbs […]

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