Subsea & Offshore Magazine speaks to George Morrison, Managing Director of Aquaterra Energy, to

Competently managing the complex challenges at the start of a drilling campaign can dictate the success of the whole project. Unlike completions, this critical stage has rarely been acknowledged as a distinct specialism with a single-source solution, until now. Subsea and Offshore Services spoke to George Morrison, managing director of Aquaterra Energy, to find out more about its ‘Well Start’ offering… An integrated approach to the completions phase of the drilling campaign is relatively normal. Why then, does the initiation stage continue to be handled in a disjointed manner by the industry? I’ve worked in the oil and gas industry for nearly 25 years and I believe there’s a very fragmented

Redefining innovation in the LNG ‘transfer zone’

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has a lot going for it; not only is it clean, competitively priced, and abundant, but it is flexible. LNG-related developments are happening at a pace as companies in this new and fast-growing sector seek to become more efficient and competitive. Developments in offshore gas hubs, major ports are testament to a trend for upgrading infrastructure and processes for ship-to-ship LNG transfer. For example, offshore floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) and LNG bunkering services are becoming increasingly common, relflecting the need for safe, effective and high value ship-to-ship transfer solutions. Whether gas will eventually end up being combusted for power generati

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