SES Joins Forces with DeepMar

first_imgStress Engineering Services (SES) has teamed up with subsea system engineering and operations consulting, DeepMar, to expand its existing upstream service offerings. The integrated team will work alongside clients to increase assurance of successful projects in regards to health, safety and environment (HSE), reliability and efficiency.The partnership is focused on providing ‘end-to-end’ solutions that address the entire life of field across all disciplines: drilling/completion, production/asset and various intervention solutions. A seamless integration of verification and validation processes can be provided by using core competencies of both companies, including analysis, testing, materials, real-time health monitoring, predictive forecasting, efficient work flow processes and operational guidance.Chuck Miller, vice president of Stress Engineering, said: “By teaming DeepMar’s 35 years of experience in subsea oil and gas systems with the sheer breadth of SES’s engineering services, we are bridging the gap between analysis results and operational decision-making. DeepMar offers valuable hands-on experience from the operator’s perspective and the people in the field.”Brian Saucier, president, DeepMar Consulting, said: “In its 40 year track record, SES has demonstrated a broad range of capabilities alongside innovative physics-based models for design and assessment. We are looking forward to working with the team at SES in offering a broader range of integrated solutions to provide significant value and cost-savings through enhanced design and operational assurance.”last_img read more

Felix foot-perfect on fencing debut

first_img Mullins landed this race 12 months ago with Arvika Ligeonniere and said of the Graham Wylie-owned Felix Yonger: “He seems to be a very well balanced horse. He got in close to the first ditch and landed steeply. He could have easily turned over. “He put up a bit of a splint and it got too late to run him last season. We kept him for a novice this season and we’ll probably leave him off now. We’ll get him out early again in the autumn.” Mullins did have Supreme Novices’ Hurdle winner Champagne Fever in at the five-day stage but did not declare him. He said of the grey, who disappointed at Punchestown after his Supreme win, said: “They were saying all week that it was drying out at Punchestown and they were missing the rain, so we’ve decided to let him off for the summer. “He actually schooled here on this day last year and can he jump – he flew around. Nothing came to light after his last run here. A few of mine were just a bit below par early that week.” Felix Yonger returned from 379 days off the track to make a winning debut over fences in the Punchestown For Events Beginners Chase at the Kildare track. The Willie Mullins-trained seven-year-old was second to Simonsig in the Neptune Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham last year but had not been since since his run at Punchestown the following month. Sent off the 9-10 favourite in the absence of Sizing Rio, Ruby Walsh’s mount took up the running before three out and safely negotiated the last for a straightforward length and three-quarters victory over White Star Line. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Munster’s European hopes dashed

first_imgMunster’s European Champions Cup hopes of a place in the knockout stages have been dashed.It’s been a disastrous afternoon for the province in their Pool 1 away game to Saracen.Chris Ashton got two of the Saracens three tries in a 33-10 win at Allianz Park. Owen Farrell also kicked 18 points for the home side.Denis Hurley got Munster’s only try with 11 minutes remaining.It was a must win game for Munster they went down to Sarries, who fell just short of a four try bonus point.last_img read more