News Highlights -Oil & Gas

  • WHS - ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION IN INDUSTRIAL CLEANING

    4th Generation Robotics; with automation widely accepted as the 4th Industrial Revolution, WOMA has strongly trended toward the development and inclusion of advanced automation techniques for pump system control, waterjet application and related manufacturing technologies to ensure..

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  • THE ROLE OF GAS IN OUR CLEAN ENERGY TRANSITION

    Recent progress in Mineral Resources' conventional gas exploration program includes positive signs at our Lockyer Deep 1 project in the onshore Perth Basin. Our Executive General Manager Energy, Shelley Robertson, offers her insights into the role gas will play in our clean energy transition...

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  • DIGITAL RISK MANAGEMENT WITH PAPERLESS- ISO 31000T

    Risk management can be a complex issue that needs to be managed carefully. For any business or organisation, its key that the right procedures are followed, and that all attempts to reduce risk....

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  • SOME SPECIFICS ABOUT PORTABLE 17" TRIPLE MOBILE DISPLAY UNIT

    When combined with the Mobile EdgeDVR Workstation, it can expand the existing 3 displays to become either 6 or 9 total displays....

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  • NOW AVAILABLE: HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

    This Report presents the recommendations that the IOGP-Ipieca Health Committee and Occupational Hygiene Subcommittee consider essential for optimal health risk assessment (HRA) and...

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  • CHANGE OF OPERATOR IN THE YADANA PROJECT

    The nomination of PTTEPI as the new operator has been appointed by the remaining partners in this project. The operatorship transfer, which is expected the completion on July 20, 2022, requires a full support from TotalEnergies to assure seamless transition and production continuity with safety standard....

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  • HOW WILL OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSEL MARKET PERFORM IN A POST-COVID WORLD?

    While the oil & gas industry saw a recovery in 2021, having faced a dramatic drop in demand from the global lockdowns of 2020, it currently finds itself on the opposite end of the situation.....

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  • BUILDING CONFIDENCE FOR BETTER LIVING IN PORT MORESBY

    Airways Residences to build confidence for a better way of living in Port Moresby. Following their success of servicing two major LNG projects, Airways Residences again is at the forefront of undertaking an expansion project to support the Oil & Gas sector.

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  • GRAND PAPUA HOTEL JOINS RADISSON INDIVIDUALS

    As Papua New Guinea reopens, Grand Papua Hotel is well positioned to benefit from business meetings and conferences returning to Port Moresby. This landmark hotel has a selection of nine function rooms, ranging from intimate boardrooms to large, flexible spaces that can house up to 230 delegates...

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  • REMOTE IN WATER SURVEYS FOR PNG

    In Water Surveys in Papua New Guinea with direct feeds supplied to survey technicians around the world are performed by Pacific Towing's experienced and Australian trained and certified commercial dive team...

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  • TRANSPORTABLE INNOVATIONS FROM PNGFP

    For situations where space is an issue, PNGFP have designed a 3-Storey stackable duplex with ensuites, priced from K295,000. All prices quoted are ex-Lae and ex-GST. These modular units are a real game changer when it comes to time saving in constructing a mining camp.....

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  • THE RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE CONTINUES TO CAUSE HAVOC IN EUROPE

    Due to the turmoil in Europe with sanctions being taken against Russia for its actions the prices for crude Oil and Gas, Petroleum prices at the pumps have gone through the roof and with some countries gas supply from Russia being turned off, there has been utter chaos...

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  • KEPPEL O&M DELIVERS THE FIRST DUAL-FUEL DREDGER IN SINGAPORE

    Named Vox Ariane, the high-specification dredger has a hopper capacity of 10,500 cubic meters and can run on LNG. It is the sixth dredger built by Keppel O&M, and the first to be delivered to Van Oord...

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  • IS THERE AN OPTION ?

    The dispute concerned an intended takeover of Verrency Singapore ("Company"). Verrency Australia sought to rely on Section 215(1) CA to compulsorily acquire the remaining shares in the Company held by the Company's non-assenting minority shareholders ("Minority Shareholders", and such shares held by the Minority Shareholders, "Minority Shares")...

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  • DEVELOPED A NEW CONCEPT DESIGN OF FLNG HULL

    a new concept of FLNG (floating LNG) Hull and have received Approval in Principle (AIP) from American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), in which the LNG storage tanks of existing LNG carriers are to be utilized...

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  • EM&I'S DIVERLESS 'LIMPET TM' SEACHEST BLANKING PLATE TECHNOLOGY

    a diverless method for blanking sea chests without the use of divers using an 'intelligent' motorised wire guided blanking plate...

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  • RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW

    It's time to renew your free bi-monthly issues of AustralAsia Resources -Oil & Gas AustralAsia magazine and introducing the monthly issues of Oil & Gas Australia magazine that we have newly taken up starting January 2022

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News Highlights -New Products

  • SHELL CHARTERED LNG TANKER FITTED WITH SOL-X SAFETY MANAGEMENT SOLUTION - SAFEVUE.ai

    SAFEVUE.ai developed as a turnkey solution which connects the crew via the intrinsically safe wearable technology (SOL-X SmartWatch) which enhances operational visibility, Control of Work......

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  • INVESTS UPFRONT: OPTIME BUILDS TEN SUBSEA SYSTEMS

    Only a year after Aker BP completed its first well completion operation with the Remotely Operated Controls System (ROCS) from Optime Subsea, the Norwegian subsea technology company is now building ten similar systems without customers for all...

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  • FIRST SIGNIFICANT SUBSEA MONITORING PROJECT USING LUMA TM MODEMS

    Ashtead Technology provide its Autonomous Structure Monitoring Systems, which were each integrated with LUMA TM optical modems, to complete an underwater installation monitoring work scope for subsea and offshore wind contractor...

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News Highlights -Hydrogen

  • SEABORG PARTNERS WITH SAMSUNG

    The partnership to develop floating nuclear power plants based on Seaborg's inherently safe Compact Molten Salt Reactor (CMSR). The agreement includes development of hydrogen production plants and ammonia plants, as the CMSR is an ideal power source for supply of stable, clean, and safe electricity......

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  • SIEMENS ENERGY TO START PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN ELECTROLYZERS IN BERLIN

    At this site the complete infrastructure of an existing production hall can be used. New production lines for the electrolyzers are being set up on 2,000 square meters.....

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  • NEW HYDROGEN RESEARCH CENTRE WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE GREEN SHIFT AND JOB CREATION IN NORWAY

    The Research Council of Norway's investment of NOK 200 million (EUR 20,271,400) in HYDROGENi: a new centre for environment-friendly energy research (FME) dedicated to hydrogen and ammonia....

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News Highlights -Energy

  • REFLEX MARINE DEVELOPS INNOVATIVE ANCHORING SOLUTION FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND

    Reflex Marine's innovative JAVELIN anchoring and mooring concept has been awarded funds from the UK Government as part of a landmark investment into the future of Floating Offshore Wind.....

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  • INPEX UPS STAKE IN SUMATRA GEOTHERMAL PROJECT

    Electricity generated by the plant using geothermal resources is planned to be marketed to state power company PT PLN (Persero) over a 30-year period from the start of commercial operations in December 2019...

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  • MEET THE ROBOT THAT CAN HELP THE WIND INDUSTRY SOLVE CRITICAL MAINTENANCE ISSUE

    The robot successfully crawled the interior of ORE Catapult's 7MW Levenmouth Demonstration Turbine in Fife, inspecting bolts to identify any loss of tension. The achievement could lead to the production of a predictive schedule for future operations...

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News Highlights -Events

  • OSEA 2022 WILL RETURN 15-17 NOVEMBER AS A HYBRID EVENT

    With the first-ever High-Level Steering Committee formed to shape the future of offshore energy in Southeast Asia, OSEA brings offshore energy industry professionals from around the world together to share knowledge of new products, services and technologie.

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  • WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU TO BRISBANE FOR APPEA 2022!

    APPEA 2022 is on and shaping up to be an exceptional event for all in the energy industry. Mark your diaries now and we'll see you in Brisbane from 16 - 19 May 2022! The exhibition show floor is already 75% sold, and our plenary topic areas are guaranteed to fire debate, political analysis and strong insights vital for the leaders of the energy industry..

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  • OIL & GAS ASIA MERGES WITH MALAYSIAN OIL & GAS SERVICES EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE IN SEPTEMBER 2022

    This strategic move bringing the best of both events will see the emergence of a brand-new industry led premier event, hosting not just the largest participation in the ASEAN region, but also the most inclusive and content filled..

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  • AOG ENERGY 2022 CANCELLED - NEW DATES FOR 2023 ANNOUNCED

    The next edition will next take place on 15-17 March 2023 at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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  • THE 28TH WORLD GAS CONFERENCE (WGC2022) EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION EXTENDED TO 31 MARCH 2022

    The WGC2022 National Organizing Committee (NOC) has taken the decision to make a one-time extension of the Early Bird Registration for the 28th World Gas Conference (WGC2022) to 31 March 2022. The Early Bird extension will give our colleagues within the gas and energy industry more time to register and save on a ticket to attend WGC2022 in Daegu, South Korea on 23-27 May 2022.

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  • ADIPEC NEW DATES ANNOUNCED

    Hosted by ADNOC Group, the 2022 edition of ADIPEC will focus on the transformative strategies and solutions driving innovation, growth and resilience across the industry. The decision to bring forward the opening of the world's most influential energy conference and exhibition means ADIPEC 2022 will take place before COP27..

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Previous Issues Cover Story

  • WHS - ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION IN INDUSTRIAL CLEANING (Issue-44)

    4th Generation Robotics; with automation widely accepted as the 4th Industrial Revolution, WOMA has strongly trended toward the development and inclusion of advanced automation techniques for pump system control, waterjet application and related manufacturing technologies to ensure....

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  • TWM PNG GRANTED THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF ENVIRONMENT PERMIT UNDER THE PNG ENVIRONMENT ACT 2000 (Issue-43)

    L3 environment permits are applied where the greatest level of environment and social protection are necessary - TWM's environment permit has more than 127 conditions, reflective of the highest levels of scrutiny to be applied by CEPA, as the Regulator on Environment Protection....

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  • FROG-XT4 (Issue-42)

    Reflex Marine's most popular and most versatile personnel transfer carrier...

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  • WOMA - A PROACTIVE RESPONSE TO COVID-19 (Issue-41)

    Role restructure may be a consideration; Can the job be done fractionally? Remotely? Could there be a different way of filling this role in your business? Can the role be split into two part-time employees to mitigate risk for those who....

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  • CREW TRANSFER EQUIPMENT FOR OFFSHORE AND EMERGENCY APPLICATIONS. (Issue-40)

    Safety by design, FROG design addresses four main key risks associated with crew changes using cranes. Seats and quick release seat belts eliminate the risk of people falling out mid-transfer, shock-absorbing feet and suspension system protect against heavy landings.

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  • WOMA - YOUR ONE STOP CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL CLEANING. (Issue-39)

    Their products represent the very best global technologies in WOMA Positive Displacement pump systems, Dietmar Kaiser Vacuum pump systems, Stoneage and ENZ water tooling and Miretti and Pyroban Explosion Proof solutions for operation in hazardous environments.

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  • WOMA - ADVANCED WATER JETTING TECHNOLOGIES. (Issue-38)

    WOMA's innovative industrial solutions include the ability to design using 3D Solid Edge software with additional proficiency in the application of Finite Elemental and Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis. In addition to their hazardous environment (ATEX and IECex) solutions.

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  • WHILE RESOLUTION HAS HISTORICALLY BEEN A KEY SPECIFICATION WHEN CHOOSING INFRARED CAMERAS, THE CHOICE IS NOT BLACK AND WHITE WHEN APPLIED TO SOME OIL AND GAS IMAGING APPLICATIONS. (Issue-37)

    This article discusses why high resolution is not always king in OGI, notes scenarios in which higher resolution is desired, and introduces FLIR OGI solutions to meet any resolution needs your operation may experience.

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  • ADVANCED KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT BY INTEGRITY ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS; SHOWING PRESSURE VESSEL FATIGUE DESIGN, ASSEMBLER TRAINING RIG AND HIGH TEMPERATURE BOLT RESEARCH. (Issue-36)

    Use of Carbon Steel in LNG Tank Service: Integrity Engineering Solutions has established suitable criterion and analysis procedures to allow the justification of carbon steel outer tank materials of construction for large LNG storage tanks, resulting in cost reductions exceeding $1 million per tank.

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  • REFLEX MARINE LAUNCHING THE NEW FROG-XT2 - OFFERING NEW POSSIBILITIES IN CREW TRANSFER TO LIMITED LANDING AREAS. (Issue-35)

    FROG-XT2 is made out of light-weight and composite materials in order to reduce potential crane loads. "The FROG-XT2 carrier has a low tare weight of 258kg and a low maximum gross mass of 500kg which opens a wider window for performing safe crew transfers vessel to vessel" explains Victor Suarez, Senior Trainer.

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  • DATA-DAY SIMPLICITY -WHY DATA ANALYTICS IS VITAL IN HELPING TO SAFELY REDUCE OPEX AND SUPPORT NEW WAYS OF WORKING IN A POST-COVID WORLD. (Issue-34)

    With continued oil price dips and fluctuations, manning restrictions, project cancellations and delays, all from the fall out of COVID 19, asset managers are having to quickly find new, sustainable ways of working to ensure continued safe, profitable operations.

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  • AIRWAYS RESIDENCES - INTERNATIONAL AWARD WINNER, THE C RESIDENCES 8 RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT. PORT MORESBY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. COMPLETION AUGUST 2021. (Issue-33)

    In recognition for its unique design and highquality standards, C Residences 8 Residential Apartments has recently become an International Award Winner with Asia Property Awards.

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  • PACIFIC TOWING PROVIDES A DIVERSE RANGE OF EXCELLENT AND RELIABLE MARINE SERVICES IN OCEANIA AND SOUTH EAST ASIA. (Issue-32)

    The towage project was significant not just because it occurred in the midst of the region's COVID-19 induced lock down but because it was the first time in its 42 year history that Pacific Towing had one of its vessels in American waters.

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  • SHEARWATER'S MODERN FLEET, EXPERT IMAGING TEAMS AND INNOVATIVE SOFTWARE COMBINE TO OFFER EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS.. (Issue-31)

    The survey covers 5,500 sq. km in the Han Asparuh block 1-21 using Flexisource triple source together with Fast Track processing enabled by Shearwater's proprietary Reveal software. The three-month survey starts in Q1 2020 and will be carried out by the Oceanic Vega.

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  • WAVE-4 PERSONNEL TRANSFER CARRIER TRANSFERRING SEAWAY-7 CREW. (Issue-30)

    A good example of this is STORM-WORK, developed in partnership with Seaway Heavy Lifting: Seaway had very particular safety requirements for their operations involving work baskets that were not met by the products available in the market at the time.

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