Archive for May 2013

"Getting Shale Gas Working"

According to the Institute of Directors, Britain’s shale gas reserves could be a “new North Sea for Britain”. Shale gas reserves in Britain could meet more than a third of annual gas needs and reduce dependence on imports as well as generate significant tax revenues. A report released on the 22nd May this year sets…

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Free Resource: Understanding the Subsea SURF Sector

Within this free resource PJ Engineering Products explores the growing SURF (Subsea Umbillicals, Risers and Flowlines) sector. Using the expert knowledge at PJ Engineering we have provided a clear explanation of this growing sector, this also includes a look into the importance of subsea components able to operate within deeper and more hostile waters. View the free…

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PJ Engineering Products are attending All-Energy 2013

The All-Energy Exhibition and Conference is the UK’s largest renewable energy event taking place in ‘Europe’s Energy City’, Aberdeen, on 22 & 23 May 2013. PJ Engineering Products will be attending the event on Wednesday the 22nd of May and we hope to see you there. If you wish to meet with Renown during the event…

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April News Round Up

Our news this month surrounds the activity within the subsea sector. This includes the expected growth in the industry and investment within the North East region. Significant growth expected for subsea sector in 2013 The UK is a world leader in subsea engineering with the North East surpassing Aberdeen as its centre of innovation and…

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Industry analysts predict subsea hardware spending to double

Industry analysts, Douglas Westwood, has predicted that subsea hardware spending will double over the next five years and will reach $124 billion in 2013-17. The report has highlighted that this may be due to the increasing challenge to recover smaller, and more scattered oil reserves. Accompanying factors include more extreme conditions, fewer conventional opportunities and…

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