The Case For And Against Fibre Optics In Oil & Gas
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Building and implementing a secure wireless and wired system fit for the demands of a 21st century industry that operates onshore in temperatures from -60° to 50° centigrade and offshore hundreds of miles from the mainland and up to 3 kilometres beneath the sea, is no mean feat. Fortunately, fibre optic technology is helping to meet the challenge from Stavanger to San Antonio to Saudi Arabia.
Find out the pros and cons for the new arteries of the oil and gas world here.