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Reva Thakur Offshore decommissioning issues: Deductibility and transferability
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Decommissioning is the process of ending offshore oil and gas operations at an offshore platform and returning the ocean and seafloor to its pre-lease condition. The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA) and implementing regulations establish decommissioning obligations to which an operator must commit when they sign an offshore lease under the OCSLA, including the requirement to apply for and obtain a permit for subsequent removal of platforms.
The OCSLA regulatory and lease requirements for decommissioning offshore platforms are designed to minimize the environmental and safety risks inherent in leaving unused structures in the ocean, and to reduce the potential for conflicts with other users of the Federal OCS (i.e., commercial fishing/aquaculture, military activities, transportation industry, other oil and gas/renewable energy operations, etc.). Decommissioning an offshore platform generally entails
Janie Lobo Pipeline Monitoring Systems Industry - Emerging Trends Will Generate Growth Opportunities
The factors that drive the global pipeline monitoring systems industry include growth in leakages in oil & gas industry, government regulations for safety and monitoring, and the need to prevent large storage tanks. In addition, investments made by governments in pipeline infrastructure are expected to boost the pipeline monitoring systems market growth. However, political instability is expected to hamper the pipeline monitoring systems market growth.
The rise in concerns about pipeline security has led to increased expenditure for reliable and authentic monitoring networks by oil & gas companies. Moreover, enhanced adoption of pipelines globally is expected to result in increase in market size by 2022.
The global pipeline monitoring systems market is segmented on the basis of pipe, technology, end user, and geography. Based on pipe, it is divided into metallic pipe and non-metallic pipe. By technology, it is classified into ultrasonic, smart ball, magnetic flux leakage technology, pipeline inspection gauges (PIGs), and others. Based on end user, it is categorized into petroleum, water & wastewater, and others.
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Rukaiya Shaikh Oil & gas sector heavily dependent on efficient artificial lift systems
The oil and natural gas industry is the largest consumer of the artificial lift systems market, as it improves production efficiencies of existing oil reservoirs.
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