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Low Motion Floating Production Storage Offloading (LM-FPSO): Evolution of Offloading Production Systems

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome                 Leone Mazzeo – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of  Rome     1          Introduction   Oil & Gas industries have moved in deeper, more remote and technically demanding regions in the last 30 years. With increasing technical complexity of the extraction facility, the […]

The Role of Natural Gas in the Energy Transition Phase

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome                 Leone Mazzeo – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of  Rome   1         Introduction   The rapid growth of the world population driven by the development of the industrial sector, have led to an increase of the anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. It has been […]

Innovation and New Technologies in the Upstream Oil & Gas Industry

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome                 Leone Mazzeo – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of  Rome     1          Introduction   Oil & Gas reservoir research and exploration requires the utilization and adaptation of a large number of different technologies spread over numerous engineering fields. Because of the intense […]

Current Trends in Artificial Intelligence (AI) Application to Oil and Gas Industry

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome                 Leone Mazzeo – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of  Rome   1          Introduction In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI), in its many integrated flavors from neural networks to genetic optimization to fuzzy logic, has made solid steps toward becoming more accepted in the […]

Petroleum Technologies and Sustainability in the Era of Climate Change

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome                 Leone Mazzeo – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of  Rome   1          Introduction The climate change is the biggest challenge that the human kind have ever had to deal with. Despite a residual skepticism on the topic, “climate change is real”[1] and it […]

Emergency Sea Protection: New Technologies During Oil Spill

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome                 Leone Mazzeo – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome   1          Introduction   Every day, hundreds, if not thousands, of oil spills are likely to occur worldwide in many different types of environments, on land, at sea, and in inland freshwater systems. […]

Hydrogen Role on the Decarbonization Transition Route

Author: Elvirosa Brancaccio – Serintel Srl – Rome (Italy)     1.     Introduction Awareness of climate change impacts and the need for deep decarbonization has increased greatly in recent years. In 2018 the EU published its vision for the future of energy in Europe ‘A Clean Planet for All’   which aims at creating a “prosperous, […]

The Green Chemistry

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome                  Leone Mazzeo – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome   1          Introduction and Principles   An early conception of “green chemistry was developed in 1990 by P. Anastos and J. Warner[1] trough 12 principles ranging […]

Floating LNG (FLNG) Technical Challenges and Future Trends

Authors: Marco Cocchi – Researcher – Campus Bio-medico University of Rome   1          Introduction Natural gas (NG) and liquefied NG (LNG), which is one trade type of NG, have attracted great attention because their use may alleviate rising concerns about environmental pollution produced by other fossil fuels as coal and oil. In the figure below, […]

Supercritical Geothermal Resources: Exploration and Development

Author: Elvirosa Brancaccio – Serintel Srl – Rome (Italy)   1.     Introduction The demand for clean, renewable energy is continuing to increase around the world.  Much of that demand is being met with wind and solar power, but these resources are intermittent and therefore require balancing. Presently, developed geothermal resources are not adequate to provide […]

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