A new cost-reducing, first of its kind well abandonment tool developed by Aberdeen-headquartered Deep Casing Tools has gone from concept to offshore trial with Equinor in just nine months.
Training & Technology
Industry buzz continues to grow around predictive maintenance (PdM), which is seen as a significant contributor to improving efficiency in the oil and gas sector.
Arup and EnerMech have launched a new digitised service to enhance the inspection process for the oil and gas industry.
A new resource for quickly upskilling new recruits to the oil and gas sector is getting better and better, and even better.
RWG (Repair & Overhauls), an Aberdeen firm specialising in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of industrial gas generators and power turbines, launches the latest edition of its long-running apprenticeship programme today.
Advances in automation, artificial intelligence, data science and robotics are creating new ways of working that will impact our sector.
An Aberdeen University graduate has developed a new cloud platform capable of shaving weeks off data management time – saving oil companies millions of pounds.
The energy sector’s next generation is to be given advice on how to make it in the industry.
Imagine the potential health benefits of knowing the status and condition of your blood around the clock.
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) has unveiled a new digital methane detector for oil and gas installations.
BP has invested £3.8 million in new artificial intelligence (AI) technology aimed at speeding up projects.
Secondary school pupils across the North-east have been finding out about future career opportunities in the energy industry this week, at the Heroes of Tomorrow event.
Logistics technology originally developed to help consumers try high-end products is set to be trialled in the North Sea this year to help oilfield companies track their mobile equipment offshore.
A new technology start-up company is hoping to take X-ray technology offshore to solve one of the industry’s major headaches.
Plans to keep an underwater training and dive centre as a going concern are over after a £3 million business plan has fallen through, according to the businessman behind it.
Until now, the emerging field of edge analytics has been focused on the internet of things and being able to process data at the point it’s created by a sensor.
Well services firm Altus Intervention UK has installed a new training simulator at its base in Portlethen, near Aberdeen.
A businessman has sent a letter pleading with one of the world’s richest men to withdraw his bid on land belonging to an underwater training centre which went into administration.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has pledged to support apprentices by allocating more than £200million to enhance their skills and development.
Offshore survival training firm Survivex has started offering interest-free finance packages to help workers pay for courses.
Siemens and Aker Solutions will work together on the development of digital offerings in engineering, operations and services.
Digital age, artificial intelligence and machine learning are topics that have been discussed at length by the oil and gas industry.
The new owner of Survivex said yesterday that growth was on the cards for the north-east offshore survival trainer.
Norwegian pipeline inspector Halfwave will wield its acoustic resonance technology (ART) in Australia.
A north-east offshore survival training company has been acquired by a private-equity backed rival.