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08 November
FEA Aids Deepwater Horizon Failure Forensics

FEA Aids Deepwater Horizon Failure Forensics

On the evening of April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon suffered a blowout while drilling in the Macondo Prospect, an area in the Gulf of Mexico 40 miles off the southeast coast of Louisiana. The platform caught fire; two days later, it sank. Many attempts were made to seal the well, but oil continued to spew into the Gulf until July 15, when a temporary cap was put in place. Relief wells then pumped concrete into the area underneath the wellhead, and the well was deemed permanently sealed in mid-September.

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21 June
DNV unveils new 3D marine simulation tech

DNV unveils new 3D marine simulation tech

DNV Software launches Sesam Marine, a software which enhances 3D simulation and visualisation for marine operations

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05 March
CFD techniques determine gas-lift valve behavior

CFD techniques determine gas-lift valve behavior

A novel approach using computational fluid dynamics techniques provides a way for determining the characteristics of gas passing through a gas-lift valve

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