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The role of weather observations in forecasts for offshore projects

When it comes to observations, these are particularly important during the project start-up and execution phases

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The What, Why & How of Nautical MeteoBase for the Offshore Industry

Nautical MeteoBase (NMB) is the critical forecast data engine that feeds all marine-related products used by the offshore industry.

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Metocean Models for the Offshore Industry, Explained

Metocean models help experts forecast the conditions in the atmosphere and ocean. Discover how different types of models are used specifically to support the offshore industry.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sea Conditions in the Middle East Region: Persian & Arabian Seas

Discover how sea conditions in the Middle East Region: Persian & Arabian Seas impact on offshore projects.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sea Conditions in the Southern Atlantic Ocean (South Africa)

Discover how sea conditions in the Southern Atlantic Ocean (South Africa) region impact on offshore projects.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sea Conditions in the Congo River Mouth Region

Discover how sea conditions in the Congo River Mouth region impact on offshore projects.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sea Conditions in the South China Sea

Discover how sea conditions in South China Sea impact offshore projects.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sea Conditions in The Gulf of Guinea

Discover how sea conditions in The Gulf of Guinea impact offshore projects.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sea Conditions in The North, Norwegian and Barents Sea

Discover how sea conditions in the North, Norwegian and Barents Sea impact an offshore projects

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How Sea Conditions Impact Offshore Operations Around the World

Offshore operational planners recognize that each sea is different and know each sea presents distinct operational challenges. Environmental factors, including water depth, waves, tides, and current, vary dramatically around the world. These different sea conditions (also known as metocean conditions) result in regionally specific weather phenomenon. It means that very similar projects can face remarkably different operational challenges based on location. So it's no surprise that sea conditions are one of the most important considerations when planning offshore projects.

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Advanced weather forecast technology helps Northamptonshire County Council

For Northamptonshire County Council, and indeed all highways authorities, winter maintenance is about balancing safety and operational efficiency.

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