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With the release of Apollo's data management solution, Apollo KnowHow™, Apollo are fully embracing and helping drive the industries digital revolution. Read Fraser Graham's piece in the EIC (Energy Industries Council) magazine, winter edition, of 'energy focus' on how the industry can use technology to maximise efficiency and economic return.
Apollo KnowHow™ leads the way in offshore efficiency with latest product release.
Apollo has emerged from the downturn bigger, stronger and more capable than ever. With 2017 being our best year ever, it is good to reflect on how this has been achieved.
As rig activity slowly improves in the marketplace, effective rig reactivation can not only make sure you are ready but save on time and costs.
Click the link below to read the thoughts of our Drilling business unit manager, Allan Grindlay on whether rig reactivation is an ‘art or science’?
Following the huge success of ‘NASA in Aberdeen’ in early 2017 a week-long series of events will return to Aberdeen City & Shire in March 2018. Apollo is delighted to do its part in inspiring the next generation.
Assist with SBOP concept for a new build semi-submersible rig for possible harsh environment application
The Client wished to extend the life of a NUI in line with new production profiles.
Detailed design of male/female tidal turbine stab undertaken using Finite Element Analysis to capture the complex geometrical, strength and manufacturing requirements specified in the scope of work.
The client were considering future projects that could increase production from the assets cluster. Apollo were approached to complete a debottlenecking study to identify any production bottlenecks which could risk these increases being realised.
The client forecast future elevated produced water flowrates. Apollo were approached to complete a debottlenecking study to identify any potential bottlenecks and the modifications required to cope with the increase in produced water.