How can we use the Arctic environment to our benefit in all areas of onshore and offshore construction for the Oil & Gas industry?

Because of the growing demand for energy, the delving of hard to reach oil and gas fields in the Arctic becomes attractive. In the first Heerema Battle we focused on the human factor: how can our people deal with the extreme weather conditions in this area? Now we pose a question regarding the construction of both onshore and offshore installations. Construction in the Arctic poses many challenges. Think of, among others, the ever changing weather conditions and the large distances (in transporting materials) that need to be bridged. The question we ask you to address:
 

How can we use the arctic environment to our benefit in all areas of onshore and offshore construction for the Oil & Gas industry?
 

Dare to be challenged! We invite you to use your creativity in helping us to develop concepts which recognize and use these circumstances to our advantage! Are you able to come up with a workable solution to a problem you signal in this field? Show us your creative and non-conventional way of thinking, win money and boost your CV all at once! Of course, it is needless ta say that possible damage to the fragile and precious environment is absolutely unacceptable.  Download de hele Battle...  
 

Sander Staal: 10-03-2008
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Heerema: 14-03-2008
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1e prijs

Arctic Integrated Blue Platform

2e prijs

Icy-ice

3e prijs

Submerged tension leg platform

4e prijs

‘Hot’ ideas for a cold environment

5e prijs

Subsea Oil docking well

6e prijs

ISLAND: a Design for the Future

7e prijs

Innovation in minimalisation

8e prijs

The Impossible is Possible

9e prijs

Floatable pipe

Top 10

Sustainable solution for Arctic oil

Top 20

The 'matter' at hand

Top 20

An unusual approach

Top 20

Transport and logistics in the Arctic

Top 20

Double-layered oil platform

Top 20

Explore, develop and use energy in the arctic for generat

Top 20

Heating the Arctic environment

Top 20

New energy for old energy

Top 20

Gateway to energy

Top 20

Crushing ice

Top 20

Submarine Silos

Titel concept
Ontvangstdatum
Arctic Integrated Blue Platform
19-03-2008
00:00
Icy-ice
21-03-2008
00:00
Submerged tension leg platform
23-03-2008
00:00
‘Hot’ ideas for a cold environment
15-03-2008
14:04
Subsea Oil docking well
23-03-2008
23:58
ISLAND: a Design for the Future
23-03-2008
21:54
Innovation in minimalisation
22-03-2008
22:40
The Impossible is Possible
23-03-2008
01:50
Floatable pipe
23-03-2008
20:48
Sustainable solution for Arctic oil
23-03-2008
23:00
The 'matter' at hand
23-03-2008
23:33
An unusual approach
10-03-2008
13:16
Transport and logistics in the Arctic
24-02-2008
12:53
Double-layered oil platform
23-03-2008
22:53
Explore, develop and use energy in the arctic for generat
09-03-2008
18:55
Heating the Arctic environment
23-03-2008
14:07
New energy for old energy
23-03-2008
22:12
Gateway to energy
23-03-2008
22:27
Crushing ice
23-03-2008
21:52
Submarine Silos
17-03-2008
22:31
Avoiding difficulties of the Arctic environment
23-03-2008
14:22
Subsea CO2 storage
21-03-2008
19:42
How to build in the arctic area?
22-03-2008
12:26
Easy floating in the Arctic
23-03-2008
19:57
The Arctic Adventure
23-03-2008
20:42
Thinking out of the box..
23-03-2008
23:02
focus on methane
23-03-2008
20:41
Use the arctic environment to the benefit of Heerema
21-03-2008
22:17
The water breaks it all!
23-03-2008
21:56
Transporting in the Arctic environment
23-03-2008
23:04
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Deadline: 24 maart 2008
Status: Uitslag bekend

Prijzen(geld): € 5.000,-

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