Kliewer, Gene
October 2010
Offshore;Oct2010, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p26
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to subsea systems and offshore oil industry. Statoil ASA plans to divide the development time for its Norwegian marginal discoveries to maintain current production levels on the Norwegian shelf. Aquaterra Energy was contracted by Apache Corp. for the development of a high-pressure marine riser system. FMC Technologies Inc. signed a letter of intent to allow Grenland Group to fabricate and deliver a manifold and foundation, and two protection structures.


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