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Ocean Energy: Oil, Wind & Tidal

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The EU VAMOS project s this edition went to press, I was literally on a plane

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Gregory R. Trauthwein

By many accounts, this industry is on solid footing and on the rise again following the collapse and protracted 4+ year recovery of the offshore oil and gas industry. Make no mistake, the offshore business, a critical piece in the pace, direction and development of

Contributing Writers

Justin Manley, U.S. the subsea industry, is a far way off still from the halcyon days of 2013/14 when oil was

Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen

Tom Mulligan, Ireland trading at $120 per barrel and the ‘oil boom’ seemed to have legs to run for generation.

Claudio Paschoa, Brazil

But as many reading these pages know all too well, the high times never last, as an outside

William Stoichevski, Oslo in? uence or two usually conspires to break the momentum.

While this downturn is severe and long-lasting, there is general consensus that the abyss

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Irina Vasilets has been hit and there is gradual movement upward. There are more calls of inquiry, and projects that have been shelved have had the dust blown off the covers and plans start

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Nicole Ventimiglia

Make no mistake that your businesses are at the heart of a successful path ahead, as offshore oil and gas producers look to new evolutions of autonomy and ef? ciency to make

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Mark O’Malley were on full display earlier this month in Southampton at Ocean Business.


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