Published articles

Reducing costs and risks of deepwater exploration

Stephanie Ingle and Jim Gharib discuss the benefits and technology of seep hunting and surface geochemical campaigns.
Originally published in GEO ExPro issue 5 and is protected by copyright

Porosity and permeability values: filling the gaps with NMR

Balazs Rigler of Fugro discusses the group’s efforts to improve the efficiency and accuracy of hydrological analyses for nearshore and onshore foundation engineering in soft geology.

Originally published in the May/June 2018 issue of AGS Magazine and is protected by copyright

In at the shallow end

Paul Roach examines how Fugro's latest innovation aids drilling in the difficult intertidal zone.
Originally published in the June 2018 issue of GeoDrilling International and is protected by copyright

RILA enables track renewal designs

Passenger demand for train services has doubled in Britain over the last 20 years and more frequent services mean tracks need to be renewed more often.

Originally published in the May 2018 issue of Rail Professional and is protected by copyright

The search for HMAS AE1 - Solving a 103-year-old mystery

How the latest hydrographic surveying techniques discovered the first Allied submarine to be lost in WW1.

Originally published in the April 2018 issue of Civil Engineering Surveyor and is protected by copyright

David Millar, Government Accounts Director - Fugro Americas

Originally published in the April 2018 issue of Maritime Technology Reporter and is protected by copyright

Offshore pile foundations of today

As the possibilities and uses of piled offshore foundations increase, so do the environmental, financial and technological challenges and demands. Leading providers of offshore geo-intelligence, foundation design and installation give us their take on the most cost- and time-efficient methods to overcome challenges.

Originally published in the January/February 2018 issue of GeoDrilling International and is protected by copyright

Depth of knowledge

Innovative in situ testing has helped deliver detailed understanding of challenging ground conditions for a new ship lift in Germany.

Originally published in the October 2017 issue of Ground Engineering and is protected by copyright

New challenges for tunnel inspection

Today’s rail operators have inherited more than a thousand tunnels from Britain’s 19th century rail transport revolution.

Originally published in the October 2017 issue of Rail Professional and is protected by copyright

A hybrid approach

Using a system combining elements of heave-compensated drills and construction support vessels, Fugro is setting a new bar in vessel-based offshore drilling.
Originally published in the September 2017 issue of GeoDrilling International and is protected by copyright

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