3M: Small Glass Bubbles Could Help Offshore Operators Go Deeper


Think of the technology used to develop offshore oil and gas fields, and glass likely is not a material that comes to mind. 3M Oil & Gas aims to shatter that perception with its glass bubble technology, which it says can help offshore exploration and production companies operate at greater depths.

Matthew V. Veazey has written about the oil and gas industry since 2000. Email Matthew at mveazey@downstreamtoday.com


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