With MEPC.227(64), the International Maritime Organization formally adopted a new standard for the treatment of offshore sewage. More specifically, the guidelines call for a reduction in the amount of TSS, or total suspended solids. Obviously, maritime vessels and offshore platforms are compelled to comply. In doing so, they are also compelled to find a solution that achieves the benchmark using proven technology that integrates easily with the simplest long-term operation, minimal maintenance and most sensible economic impact. For many, the solution to this new guideline is the OMNIPURE™ Series 64 from De Nora.
More than 250 business people, investors and others from across the country urged Congress not to support the Trump administration’s plans to greatly expand offshore oil drilling.
Massachusetts Petroleum Council (MPC) recently announced David O’Donnell as the new Associate Director for API’s division in Massachusetts.
Drillinginfo announced recently it has expanded its international platform and state-of-the-art data analytics tools used to identify and tap lucrative oil and natural gas plays outside U.S. markets.
The manual inspection of buildings and other facilities such as oil and gas refineries, flare stacks, and pipelines is usually time-consuming, labor intensive, and sometimes risky.
Statoil is establishing a digital centre of excellence and launching a roadmap with seven specific programmes for digitalisation in the company towards 2020. Digitalisation will help improve the safety, security and efficiency of Statoil operations.