Unexpected failure of critical subsea connector bolts

The Marine & Carbon Lab cordially invites you to the following event: Unexpected failure of critical subsea connector bolts Abstract Unexpected failure of critical subsea connector bolts is keeping the oil & gas industry in “stress” because the “root cause” remains “unknown.” Failures of critical subsea bolts have been occurring for more than a decade now in spite of replacing […]

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The Quest of Natural Gas Offshore Cyprus

The University of Nicosia Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Student Chapter cordially invites you to the following event: The Quest of Natural Gas Offshore Cyprus Abstract The discovery of the Zohr natural gas field offshore Egypt, in 2015, has renewed interest in natural gas exploration offshore Cyprus. Cyprus’ 3rd licensing round, which attracted vibrant interest, has resulted in the award […]

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Prudent Management of the Hydrocarbons Concessions

Article published in the Cyprus Weekly newspaper on 11 Jan., 2013. By Constantinos Hadjistassou, PhD Cyprus’s bright spot? More than one year since the official announcement of the discovery of seven (7) trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas by Noble Energy, in the Cypriot Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), negotiations between the Government and Total’s and ENI’s consortia regarding blocks […]

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Part-Time Faculty Positions in Oil & Gas Engineering

The University of Nicosia an independent, co-educational, tertiary education institution with a student population of about 8,000 is Cyprus’ largest and most-diverse private University. The programme in Oil & Gas Engineering at the University of Nicosia invites applications for Part-Time Faculty positions in Oil & Gas Engineering. The BSc in Oil and Gas Engineering is the first and only accredited […]

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Explanations for Downsizing the Aphrodite Gas Field

Article appeared in concise version in the Sunday Mail, on Sunday 13th Oct., 2013. By Constantinos Hadjistassou*, PhD At a first glance the official announcement of the appraisal drilling results of the Aphrodite natural gas field may not be the best news to an economy experiencing a severe economic recession. Preliminary findings allude to a range of natural gas volumes […]

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Part-Time Faculty Positions in Oil & Gas Engineering

The University of Nicosia an independent, co-educational, tertiary education institution with a student population of 5,000 is Cyprus’ largest and most-diverse private University. The programme in Oil & Gas Engineering at the University of Nicosia invites applications for Part-Time Faculty positions in Oil & Gas Engineering. The BSc in Oil and Gas Engineering is the first and only accredited undergraduate […]

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