Our Arctic Neighbors: VetcoGray brings umbilical subsea technology to life
Offshore Arctic projects require complex subsea systems and the GE subsidiary is already breaking records at Snohvit while looking to the future
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VetcoGray, the GE subsidiary that provides the subsea equipment for the Snohvit natural gas project in the Barents Sea, believes technology could be developed to extend the length of subsea tie-backs to a record-breaking 600 kilometers (373 miles). In a presentation given recently at the Russian Off....
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