Marine engineers are not new to the oil and gas industry, having worked in the oil industry for decades.
But they are currently developing the world’s most powerful oil-sands platform for the oil sector, the Efi marine engine.
A new generation of offshore drilling rigs and offshore drilling platforms are expected to be launched by 2019.
These platforms will be the backbone of future energy production in the region.
These new drilling rigs, known as floating platforms, will be equipped with a new type of diesel engine called a marine engine that is capable of producing hydrocarbons.
In the coming decades, the marine engine will replace oil and natural gas as the main energy source for offshore drilling.
While offshore drilling will continue to dominate the offshore drilling industry, offshore gas drilling will increasingly be the primary energy source.
The oil industry has been heavily invested in offshore gas development.
Since the 1950s, the US oil industry invested more than $600 billion in offshore development, according to the National Petroleum Council (NPC).
The US is the largest offshore oil and oil sands producer and the second largest offshore gas producer in the world.
The US oil and energy sector employs more than 20 million people.
As the oil price declines, the industry is already struggling to meet its production goals, particularly in the United States.
A recent report from the US Energy Information Administration estimated that the US could be running short of oil in 2020 and 2030.
In addition, US oil production has dropped in recent years and is forecast to fall by 5% to 9% in the next 15 years.
The American Petroleum Institute (API) expects oil prices to drop to $70 a barrel in the second half of this decade.
The API also estimates that the cost of developing and operating an offshore drilling platform will be about $2 billion.
These low prices are a significant challenge for the US energy industry.
The United States will need to invest in offshore exploration and development to meet the future energy needs of the US.
Currently, the United State has about $6.6 trillion in offshore reserves.
This oil is considered one of the world’ largest reserves.
Oil will remain the mainstay of the energy industry for the foreseeable future, but offshore drilling has been shown to have several downsides, including environmental risks.
An explosion can occur when an oil well is breached.
The explosion can cause oil to spill onto the seafloor, which can harm marine life.
Oil drilling also creates waste and methane, a potent greenhouse gas.
The use of offshore platforms has been associated with a variety of environmental and health impacts.
The environmental impacts of offshore oil drilling are not well understood.
However, research indicates that the impact on marine life is significant, including a reduction in the number of fish species that are able to reproduce.
An environmental impact statement from the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) concluded that the EFi marine engine engine has “the potential to significantly reduce the number and severity of environmental impacts and to contribute to a healthier environment.”
The Efi oil and marine engine is expected to produce 2,000 barrels of oil per day.
However a floating platform would only be able to deliver about 2,400 barrels per day, and the oil will likely be exported in bulk.
The EFi oil and fuel will be used to generate electricity in the future, while the energy will be stored in tanks.
The technology for the EFI marine engine has been developed by a group of researchers in Finland, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Norway, South Korea, and Singapore.
A group of scientists from the University of Hawaii developed the Eifi diesel engine and the team at the University at Albany is now developing a commercial version of the engine.
The development of the Efu diesel engine is currently being funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the European Commission.
The U.S. Navy is also expected to build its own floating platform, with the intention of eventually selling the technology to foreign customers.
The EPA’s Environmental Impact Statement, the report on the E Fi diesel engine, and a recent study from the NPC are two recent efforts by US government agencies to improve the way that the country uses offshore resources.
The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOA) has a new study that predicts that the oil production in 2020 will decline by more than 9% compared to 2040.
The study also found that the total carbon footprint of offshore offshore development will be significantly reduced compared to what it would be if offshore drilling were to continue to thrive.
The decline in oil production, which is currently more than a third lower than it would have been in 2020, is likely to continue until 2020 or 2030, the study found.
The NPOE’s research suggests that the United Kingdom is likely the next country to take a strong interest in developing an EFI diesel engine.
According to NPOe, the U.K. is also developing its own offshore offshore platform, but