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What technologies will be required for 100-mile tiebacks. W. Furlow. Offshore, July 1999, 59(7), 34, 35.
Long transportation, control and remediation distances require new technology, strong economics, and the right geology. State of the art is examined and consideration is given to deepwater tiebacks, reservoir characteristics, the technological challenges and practical limits involved.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Report of the marine technology foresight panel working group on exploitation of non-living marine resources. C.P. Summerhayes et al. Underwater Technol., Summer 1997, 22(3), 103--122.
Detailed consideration is given to offshore information and forecasting services, seabed survey in support of engineering of all kinds, military activity and transport, and exploration of deep waters beyond the edge of the continental shelf. The aim being to identify emerging marine markets and thei...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
The ETI is a £400m industry and government funded research institute into low carbon energy system planning and technology development to address UK energy and climate change targets.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Organisation Address
B M Drazga, Commercialisation of coal-to-liquids technology - cost savings and benefits, Petroleum Review. April 2007, p 14
In the supplemental fuel world, coal is emerging as an important source in view of its high life index values of 230 years in US, and its wide distribution globally in countries including China, South Africa and Japan. Advanced conversion technologies can gasify over 95% of solid coal to syngas. The...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Application of transient-multiphase-flow technology. D.D. Erickson and M.C. Mai. JPT, April 1999, 15(4), 84--87.
Recent use of this technology in online monitoring and control systems is enabling operators to push existing systems further, thereby achieving additional profits and/or cost savings. Brief descriptions are provided of the techniques used based on experience with more than 200 individual studies of...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Russian drilling technologies. Conclusion. Russia shares technical know-how with US. D.E. Gaddy. OGJ, 8 March 1999, 97(10), 51, 52, 54--56.
Consideration is given to two technologies which should hold promise for future technology-transer programmes. Electric downhole motors and their advantages over conventional mud motors and turbodrills are examined. Hydraulic independence, diagnostics and control, information technology, design and ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Land rig design. Conclusion. Autodriller, cylindrical mud tanks, generate breakthrough in drilling technologies. D.E. Gaddy. OGJ, 14 December 1998, 96(50), 52--57, 61.
Breakthrough developments in autodriller and mud system technologies have helped to reduce cycle times in the Lobo trend of South Texas. Details are given of the integration of brake, block control, and autodrilling technologies together with new developments in the mud system tank design, effluent ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Petroleum exploration risk reduction using new geoscience technology. T.L. Burnett. Energy Explor. Exploit., 1996, 14(6), 507--534.
Attention is drawn to the way in which emerging technology in petroleum geochemistry enables geoscientists to infer the character, age, maturity, identity and location of source rocks from crude oil characteristics (geochemical inversion). Also to better estimate hydrocarbon-supply volumetrics, whic...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Company using SCR technology to meet tough emission regulations. D.E. Moore and J. VandenPlas. Pipeline Gas Ind., December 1998, 81(12), 61--63.
The feasibility of installing natural gas driven compressors at a pumping station in New Jersey is discussed. Selective catalyst reduction (SCR) technology is used to ensure compliance with legislative requirements. Multiple inbound and outbound pipelines and extensive storage facilities are involve...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Spherical and spheroidal steel structure products made by using integral hydro-bulge forming [IHBF] technology. S.H. Zhang et al. J. Construct. Steel Res., April-June 1998, 46(1--3), 338, 339. (Synopsis, see abstract 1848 for full details).
This new technology dispenses with dies and presses when forming the spherical or spheroidal steel parts. Steel plates are first cut into predesigned shapes and the blanks are then fabricated and welded into a closed polyhedral shell according to certain patterns. The shell is filled with fluid medi...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract