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Cyclone likely to hit India’s west coast, south Pakistan on Thursday

News India Times 13 Jun 2023
Offshore oil installations have also been asked to ensure immediate return of all manpower, and two of India’s largest ports – Kandla and Mundra – located in Gujarat have been ...
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Cyclone likely to hit India's west coast, south Pakistan on Thursday

Reuters 12 Jun 2023
Offshore oil installations have also been asked to ensure immediate return of all manpower, and two of India's largest ports - Kandla and Mundra - located in Gujarat have been alerted while other ports have been advised for preventive action.
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Govt orders evacuations as Cyclone Biparjoy nears Pakistan’s coast, ‘cloudburst expected in Karachi’

Dawn 12 Jun 2023
Offshore oil installations have also been asked to ensure the immediate return of all manpower, and two of India’s largest ports — Kandla and Mundra — located in Gujarat have been alerted while other ports have been advised for preventive action ... .
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Timely cleaning of heat exchangers significantly reduces energy consumption

Technology Org 20 Nov 2022
... energy to the oil and gas industry ... On an oil rig, the challenge is particularly great, as production must be stopped in the meantime, and manpower and materials must be transported offshore.
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Adnoc Drilling secures $980m contract

Splash24/7 13 Oct 2022
... for the hire of two jackup rigs and associated manpower and equipment, to support Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)’s offshore operations.
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