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  1. Low-shear system improves North Sea Troll produced water

    Offshore staff GOUDA, the Netherlands – Mokveld has issued an update on its low-shear Typhoon system, which has been installed on Statoil’s Troll C platform in the Norwegian North Sea. The system, which controls well fluids from the satellite Fram Vest field, has led to a 60% improvement in produced water quality, Mokveld claims, compared with the conventional choke valve installed in parallel with the unit. One prototype test delivered improvements of 60-90% water quality, the company added, and another pilot test on Statoil’s Oseberg C platform led to a 45% improvement in water quality. Typhoon, which reduces shear forces on dispersed liquids, was developed in cooperation with Typhonix. Mokveld claims it provides the simplest and most cost-efficient method of improving separation of mixed liquids, with no need for additional equipment, costly modifications, high heat input, or chemicals. Further systems are due to be deployed soon in the Dutch North Sea and Gulf of Mexico. 11/30/2016

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    Wed, 30 Nov 2016

  2. Typhoon causes power outages in Japan

    A typhoon paralyzed transportation and knocked out power to thousands on the southern Japanese islands of Okinawa on Tuesday

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    Wed, 9 Jul 2014

  3. No injuries, damage from typhoon for Otto Energy offshore exploration wells

    Otto Energy is reporting no injuries from Typhoon Haiyan, and says its offshore production has resumed.

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    Mon, 11 Nov 2013

  4. Japanese nuclear power plants in typhoon ’s path

    What has been termed a ‘super typhoon ’ is battering Japan, and analysts say it could potentially damage three of the nation’s nuclear power plants. 

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    Tue, 8 Jul 2014

  1. Typhoon in Japan heightens nuclear plant concerns

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    Tue, 17 Sep 2013

  2. Super typhoon knocks out Filipino power plant

    The 650 MW Leyte power plant in the Philippines has been deemed temporarily “inoperable” after damage sustained to it during super typhoon Yolanda last week.

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    Wed, 20 Nov 2013

  3. Okinawa refinery resumes operations following typhoon

    Nansei Sekiyu KK, a wholly owned subsidiary of Brazil’s Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras), is in the process of restarting operations at its 100,000-b/d Nishihara refinery on the island of Okinawa, Japan, following a shutdown ahead of Typhoon Neoguri’s arrival to the region earlier in the week.

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    Fri, 11 Jul 2014

  4. Philippines reconnects power plants after typhoon

    The Philippines’ grid operator said on Sunday night that it is working to reconnect power plants cut off from the grid by Typhoon Glenda. 

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    Mon, 21 Jul 2014

  5. CNOOC restarts production from Huizhou oil fields after typhoon Koppu in the South China Sea

    CNOOC's Huizhou oil fields, which suspended production after being hit by Typhoon Koppu in September 2009, have restarted production in full scale.

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    Wed, 21 Apr 2010

  6. Fukushima nuclear power plant braces for typhoon

    The Tokyo Electric Power Co. hopes to put a makeshift roof over the reactor 3 turbine building at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in preparation for Typhoon Ma-on.

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    Mon, 18 Jul 2011

  7. Fukushima nuclear power plant braces for typhoon

    The Tokyo Electric Power Co. hopes to put a makeshift roof over the reactor 3 turbine building at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in preparation for Typhoon Ma-on.

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    Mon, 18 Jul 2011

  8. Tropical Storm Conson in the Western Pacific threatens to strengthen into a typhoon

    Tearing through the Western Pacific, Tropical Storm Conson is currently threatening the Philippines with typhoon -strength winds.

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    Mon, 12 Jul 2010

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