Installation Methods Used During the Shah Deniz 2

The Cyprus SPE Section/AAPG/SPE Student Chapter cordially invites you to a talk on the:Installation Methods Used During the Shah Deniz 2 Abstract Shah Deniz 2, situated in Azerbaijan, is the largest subsea infrastructure operated by BP worldwide. The 28bn USD project comprises the development of 26 subsea wells, 500km of subsea pipelines and flowlines and two new bridge-linked platforms. Together […]

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Unexpected Failure of Critical Subsea Connector Bolts

The University of Nicosia & Shamoon College cordially invite you to the following event: Unexpected Failure of Critical Subsea Connector Bolts Abstract The unexpected failure of critical subsea connector bolts is keeping the industry alert because the “root cause” has yet to be fully identified. Failures of critical subsea bolts are continuing for more than a decade in spite of […]

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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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