RPSEA issues first 2010 RFPs

Offshore staff

SUGAR LAND, Texas – The Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA) has released the first of six 2010 Ultra-Deepwater Program requests for proposals to award $22 million for oil and gas research and development projects.

Each RFP will have its own issue and due dates. The following is a list of the various focus areas for the 2010 RFPs:

1. Continued work in current projects

2. Drilling, completion, and intervention breakthroughs

3. Significantly extending subsea tieback distances and surface host elimination

4. Dry trees - direct well intervention and risers in 10,000 fwd

5. Associated safety and environmental concerns

6. Appraisal and development geosciences and reservoir engineering.

For details and qualifications, see http://www.rpsea.org/ .


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