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Lockheed Martin Helps Oil Firms Mitigate Cyber Security Risks

Years of experience protecting some of the world’s most sensitive information has led Lockheed Martin (NYSE: ...

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Fairmount Marine Helps Install FPSO OSX3 in Brazil

Fairmount Marine’s tugs Fairmount Glacier and Fairmount Expedition have assisted in the installation of FPSO OSX3 ...

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Intergraph CAESAR II Helps Valdel with Turnkey Project ...

Intergraph has published a new case study that describes how CAESAR II helped L&T Valdel succeed on a turnkey ...

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EPC Offshore Helps Total E&P UK Develop Edradour ...

Project management and development engineering specialist EPC Offshore has signed an agreement with Total E&P ...

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Alcoa’s Innovative Drill Pipe Helps Shell ...

Alcoa's Innovative Drill Pipe Helps Shell Offshore Brunei

Alcoa announced that its Alcoa Oil & Gas business has successfully deployed 1800 meters (5,905 feet) of ...

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Australia: AGR's RMR System Helps Woodside Break ...

AGR's RMR System Helps Woodside Break Record

An ambitious exploratory well project has entered the record books – with AGR’s Riserless Mud Recovery (RMR™) ...

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Finland: Wartsila Helps Arctia Offshore to Fulfil ...

Wärtsilä will supply two Finnish icebreakers with catalytic converters designed to significantly reduce emissions ...

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The Netherlands: Offshore Independents Helps Van Oord ...

Offshore Independents B.V., leading providers of EPCProject Management and Engineering services to the ...

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GE Oil & Gas Helps Shell Brasil to Achieve its ...

GE Oil & Gas has signed a three-year frame agreement valued at approximately $30 million to supply 26 subsea ...

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Trelleborg Offshore’s Technology Helps Transocean ...

Trelleborg Offshore’s innovative drill riser buoyancy technology has helped offshore drilling contractor, ...

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