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Offshore Energy Transition Programme What we do

Strathclyde is dedicated to 'useful learning' and is committed to working with partners to tackle the major research challenges of the 21st century, while still developing the highly-skilled graduates needed by industry and the professions.

Our success to date is predicated on the conduct of excellent research, the provision of skilled graduates and a highly effective means of translating our research activities to meaningful outcomes that support innovation and deliver economic impact. Strathclyde has key strengths in Asset Integrity, the development of Subsea technology (Small Pools and Data Analytics). We also have skills in certain aspects of Flow Assurance, Decommissioning, as well as Well Completions.

Asset integrity & life extension

  • asset life extension
  • inspection technique
  • data integrity
  • prognostic health management

Condition monitoring & inspection

  • sensor development & application
  • wireless communications
  • signal processing
  • ultrasonic engineering, NDT, & robotics
  • intelligent condition monitoring

Structures, materials & manufacturing

  • fixed & floating platforms
  • structural health monitoring
  • failure investigation
  • plant integrity & fatigue analysis
  • vortex induced vibration/motion
  • weld analysis & modelling
  • material development
  • high value manufacturing

Corrosion & erosion

  • tribocorrosion
  • erosion & corrosion mapping
  • crude oil/water mixtures
  • multiscale corrosion & impact
  • novel surface coatings
  • erosion in pumps, vessels, valves
  • advanced sensor design

Subsea specific

  • tiebacks
  • downhole remote activation
  • power generation
  • downhole power generation


  • HSE
  • safety
  • environmental
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