New BOP has 20,000 psi working pressureThe new EVO 18¾ in., 20,000 psi working pressure blowout preventer is designed to meet the challenges of higher pressures and higher temperatures. The EVO BOP is compact yet powerful, with a smaller footprint for less impact on the drilling rig. The firm says the unit offers superior reliability because of its design and step-changing lock.Source: Cameron, 4646 W. Sam Houston Parkway N., Houston, TX 77041.Software combines GIS, SCADA informationCygNet 7.2 is an upgrade of this firm’s enterprise operations platform used in exploration, production, and gas transportation operations.This version combines geographic information system and asset man...

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