Subsea scanning company Viewport3, of Aberdeen, is poised to roll out a new remote data capture service for the energy sector.
Training & Technology
Workplace health and safety should be the essential foundation of any organisation, but is particularly important in the energy industry, where workers are often placed in hazardous environments and high-risk situations.
Remote operations will “change the oilfield services (OFS) world” according to Chris Jones, vice president for OFS in Europe at Baker Hughes.
Leading international energy logistics provider Peterson has kicked-off Scottish Apprenticeship Week by announcing a number of new apprenticeships across its diverse business.
Maureen Morgan started her career in the care sector but always had a keen interest in mechanics. After deciding to pursue her passion in 2013, she is now an apprentice mechanical engineer at Sparrows Group’s Aberdeen headquarters based in Bridge of Don.
Aberdeen-based data science and predictive analysis firm Opex Group is investing a further £750,000 in research and development after enjoying an “exceptional” start to 2020, during which it secured contracts worth £1million.
A pioneering system of protecting floating offshore installations from corrosion without using divers has been used for the first time in the UK North Sea.
Aspiring astronaut encourages pupils to get involved in north-east schools challenge to meet Tim Peake
A 15-year-old stem enthusiast and would-be astronaut is urging high school pupils to take part in a competition to meet astronaut Tim Peake.
Cybersecurity has emerged as the top focus of upstream oil and gas companies’ digital investments, according to a new report from Accenture (NYSE: ACN).
BP has been accused of lagging behind other oil majors when it comes to grasping the nettle of the energy transition.
A start-up company led by two oil and gas stalwarts is launching a digital platform that aims to solve one of the most pressing problems facing the sector.
Working on offshore platforms and vessels offers a unique commuting experience, with most personnel travelling to work via helicopter. The aircraft has become synonymous with the energy industry, and their complexities require highly trained people in the pilot’s seat.
Big hitters from industry and politics have toasted the “incredible achievements” of the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) in its first three years of business.
A director has been appointed to spearhead a new, multi-million-pound Aberdeen centre for the research and development of pioneering subsea energy technologies.
Oil and gas firm Neptune Energy will harness digital technology to drastically slash the length of time taken to discover hydrocarbons.
Data science is about recording, storing and analysing massive amounts of data in order to extract useful information and uncover intelligent information for organisations. In recent years, companies across all sectors have been implementing data science in order to become more efficient and the oil industry has not been an exemption.
Digital technology will be key to helping the oil and gas industry ride out a “perfect storm” of challenges facing its future, the audience heard at an event in Aberdeen last night.
With many hydro plants aging, there is a rapidly growing need for management to digitalize operations to get the best out of their assets, as well as to optimize process and performance. Will Leonard, Product Manager, Asset Performance Management, from ABB’s Energy Industries team discusses the untapped potential of predictive maintenance.
Powered by collaboration: ABB and partners deliver subsea technology for a sustainable energy future
As part of a $100 million Joint Industry Project (JIP), ABB has pushed the boundaries in design, development and testing of subsea power distribution and conversion technology.
Oil giant BP's hi-tech investment arm BP Ventures has today made a multi-million pound investment in an artificial intelligence (AI) technology firm based in China.
Government and businesses are being urged to prepare for reskilling workers at risk from automation as almost half of the Scots population said they feared their jobs were at risk.
Pupils from Robert Gordon’s College have excelled in this year’s STEM in the Pipeline competition, which tasked them with finding a solution to an oil and gas challenge.
Subsea robotics company Rovop is supporting two teams from St Margaret’s School for Girls in Aberdeen in the First Lego League.
There are opportunities for companies to press ahead with innovation and expansion while using machine learning and big data, ABB’s vice president for digital Ronan O’Sullivan said recently.
A new system which can supply electricity over distances of up to 600 kilometres and down to waters depths with pressures that could shatter a brick has passed a trial with flying colours.