Wood has worked on more than half of the world’s carbon capture & storage projects
Recorded live at CERAWeek, Craig Shanaghey shares his reflections as a participant in the North Sea forum focused on the role the UK North Sea plays in overcoming the world’s energy trilemma of security, equity and sustainability. From policy and capital to solutions and technology, Craig shares his insight on the role governments, operators, developers and supply chain plays in coming together to keep the UK North Sea relevant and at the forefront of shaping future energy systems.
00:56: How does the UK North Sea fit into the world’s energy trilemma?
05:54: What will it take to accelerate a pragmatic transition at pace?
07:33: How do we balance the need to decarbonise existing energy sources while we invest in new solutions?
09:07: How do we keep the UK North Sea at the forefront of innovation in future energy systems?
Vibration problem solving – advanced troubleshooting
Helping to offset the CO2 in the era of aging infrastructure
Learn how to find and solve vibration problems in piping systems. We'll show you new ways to identify vibratory service and examine the strengths of this test