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MØRENOT OFFSHORE AT EAGE IN LONDON

MØRENOT OFFSHORE AT EAGE

Mørenot Offshore at EAGE in London. This week the 81st EAGE Conference and Exhibition is running at ExCel Centre in London. This Conference always provides a great venue for geoscientists and engineers to meet and find out about the latest Developments across a wide range of themes, activities and industries.

Mørenot Offshore will be present, and they have interesting News. Do you want to know more about out seismic towing solutions – how to minimize fuel consumption and optimize drag ratio? Please pay them a visit at stand No 1233!

Their expert at the scene will be present during all opening hours, so do not hesitate to visit or book a Meeting:

Hans Jørgen Hjelle, CEO
Tel.: +47 905 36 895
hans.jorgen.hjelle@morenot.no

offshore.morenot.no

Mørenot Offshore creates tailor-made seismic towing solutions. As the preferred supplier to the global marine seismic industry, they offer the most effective and fuel-efficient products available. Their innovative solutions help to improve operations and reduce cost.

For decades, they have been serving their customers with high-end solutions and timely deliveries worldwide.

Their philosophy has always been to deliver innovative products that represents added value to their customers. Their strategic goal is to be the largest total supplier of in-sea towing and handling equipment for the marine seismic industry.

Their product development processes are driven both by solving present challenges, and by presenting new ideas and solutions. In order to achieve this, they need to be at the forefront of technological innovation. They have made strategic investments ensuring the necessary in-house engineering and high-end capabilities for modelling of components and products.

Their components and solutions represent improved operational safety and efficiency, by working closely with their customers for many years, solving problems, improving products and continuously presenting new solutions.

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