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A Minute Saved, a Minute Gained? Why Analysis is Key for Your Next Drilling Project

It’s mid-January, 150 miles from land with the temperature around zero degrees Celsius. The waves are 50 feet high, with many large vessels having chosen to shelter closer towards the coast. It’s not worth the risk. Such conditions are not uncommon in the North Sea and strong winds and currents…

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Graduating with a First Class Master’s Degree in Mathematics from Durham University, Martin has almost 10 years’ experience in the oil and gas sector at Aquaterra Energy. During this time, Martin has worked on a wide variety of riser analysis projects while being based in Norwich and Cambridge. As riser analysis manager, Martin is responsible for the management and technical development of all riser analysis at Aquaterra Energy.

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