Ghiselin, Dick
September 2013
Offshore;Sep2013, Vol. 73 Issue 9, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a study that found that times may be changing for those requiring or providing construction, maintenance, and upgrading services for offshore facilities. Operators, who participated in the study named project planning, management, and oversight of operations as necessary skills to keep in-house.


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