The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 5 > Offshore Structures Technology: Research and Development
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Offshore Structures Technology: Research and Development

Over the last decade, the quest for hydrocarbons has progressed in the face of low oil and gas prices, on the one hand, and increasingly difficult physical conditions on the other. These influences have increased industry focus on enhanced oil recovery from producing fields and given impetus to the development and implementation of new technology and new forms of cooperation between oil companies and contractors. R.O. Snell, O.T. Gudmestad and J.W. Bunce

Author(s): Snell, R O;Gudmestad, O T;Bunce, J W

Keywords: offshore structures;randd;research;forecasting