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DOT: End of the “gold-plate” technology era

A strategy manager for French-engineering company Technip said the “gold-plating” was coming off technology design in the oil and gas industry. Scott Campbell, strategy manager for the company’s UK business unit, said the market downturn would likely remain for the next year.

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DOT: Deepwater to revitalise the North Sea

The chief executive of oil and gas facilitator ITF said techniques used in deepwater could also be beneficial to the oil and gas industry in the North Sea. Dr Patrick O’Brien spoke on the final day of Deep Offshore Technology International 2014 (DOT) about the potential techniques which could be used to find more energy sources in the UKCS.

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DOT: Arctic exploration using concrete structures

Development in floating concrete structures - which could be used for exploration in the Arctic Ocean - was presented by Norwegian-based engineering company Kvaerner at Deep Offshore Technology International 2014 (DOT). Kvaerner has been designing the concrete structures which would be adaptable to the region, rather than typical fixed platforms seen elsewhere in the industry.

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DOT: EOR potential could be realised in next five years

The potential revenues which come from Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) will be realised by the oil and gas industry within the next five years, according to Industry team leader. Members of the industry gathered for the final day of Deep Offshore Technology International 2014 (2014) to discuss enabling technologies to maximise recovery.

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DOT: ‘Industry’s back against the wall’

Closing the skills gap could be a major step forward in solving the challenges in deepwater developments, according to an industry analyst. Richard D’Souza from Granherne/KBR said collaboration is needed between the oil and gas industry, governments and educational institutions to hire the right staff.

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DOT: Industry needs to smarten up

Deep Offshore Technology International (DOT) arrived in Aberdeen for the first time in its 30-year history today with a warning the industry needed to smarten up if it was to reap the benefits of future exploration.

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ITF looks to latest technological innovations at DOT

The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) will be giving technology developers a platform at Deepsea Offshore Technology (DOT) International to showcase their newest innovations. A technology pavilion will take place with companies able to show off new deep water technologies.

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An introduction to Deep Offshore Technology 2014

ABOUT DEEP OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY For 32 years Deep Offshore Technology (DOT) International has been showcasing pioneering technology that has been shaping the future of the deep and ultra-deepwater industry. DOT showcases the most innovative technologies in the deepwater oil and gas industry, and provides a forum to discuss the specific challenges associated with hostile and ultra deepwater environments.

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Opening plenary session – Deep Offshore Technology 2014

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 9:00–10:30 - Crombie Suite Welcome & Introduction Mr. David Paganie, Chief Editor, Offshore Magazine, PennWell Corporation David Paganie is Chief Editor of Offshore magazine and Conferences Director of PennWell’s Offshore Group. He oversees the Offshore international conferences and all print and digital content.