Chevron, Shell, Woodside unite to tackle subsea biofouling

IN a unique collaboration, the three energy majors have joined forces with Wood, National Energy Resources Australia, and the University of Western Australia to solve one of the offshore sector’s most costly operational problems: growth of marine organisms on immersed artificial structures.

  • Sally Bogle *
  • 19 March 2018
  • 10:42
  • News
Chevron, Shell, Woodside unite to tackle subsea biofouling Marine organisms tend to grow faster on subsea structures in the warm and nutrient-rich waters of the NWS, heightening the risk of biofouling

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