Good wells don't count if oil and gas can't reach the market.Flow assurance is a critical issue in offshore wells, and it becomes more and more critical as tieback distances and water depths increase. The right decisions are imperative because an operator will have to live with them through the life of a well or field or submit to expensive new solutions for a project already in place."We normally like to be involved at the start of acquisition (of fluid samples)," said Keith Stevens, flow assurance team leader for Shell...

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