Non-chemical products offer effective flow assurance solutions

Shukla, Keshawa
April 2014
Offshore;Apr2014, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p120
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of non-chemical products to flow assurance issues and deepwater field development. Topics include the results of the "2014 Survey of Offshore Non-Chemical Flow Assurance Solutions," the key technical challenges facing Survey and gas companies in deepwater, and the availability of non-chemical solutions products used for deepwater and ultra-deepwater field developments.


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