Glasgow-based Sciencesoft creates reservoir simulation software solutions and has been awarded £670,000 of SMART:SCOTLAND grants from Scottish Enterprise towards the development of new tools to support clients in the oil and gas industry.
Training & Technology
A chronic shortage of specialist teachers is preventing some north-east pupils from taking the Stem (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects they are passionate about.
A Scottish energy storage start-up has announced it has been shortlisted to compete for a £90,000 prize at a Shell-organised competition in The Netherlands.
TechnipFMC and DNV GL have entered into a partnership to develop the oil and gas industry’s first methodology for qualifying the integrity of digital twin technology.
Safety training firm RelyOn Nutec has entered the digital learning market through the acquisition of Cresent, the trading name of Newcastle-registered Red Oak.
Aberdeen Drilling School (ADS) has bought Norwegian simulator company Oiltec Solutions, from Teresoft, a HitecVision portfolio company.
The science behind some favourite circus tricks will be revealed this weekend as TechFest gets under way.
The oil and gas industry’s “unique characteristics” are blocking the adoption of new technology, a new study of psychological factors said.
Energy services giant Subsea 7 is giving experienced engineers from all sectors the chance to forge a new career in the subsea industry.
The oil and gas industry has been working in countries across Africa for decades and the downturn in the industry over the last few years has impacted operations and communities in some countries more than others.
BP has splashed out £23.6 million in an "alternative protein" maker that will use the energy major's gas to make fish, livestock and pet feeds.
Peterhead’s biggest employer has claimed it needs to privately educate dozens of local pupils each year so apprentices can pass a basic aptitude test.
A business which has pioneered technology for producing LNG without the need for pipelines has delivered its first shipment in the US.
Oilfield technology and equipment firm National Oilwell Varco (NOV) will sell two 20,000-psi blowout preventer stacks to Transocean.
Human performance is a crucial element for safety in a high-risk workplace.
The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has launched its new three-year strategy, which aims to steer companies through the growing challenges that lie ahead from now to 2022, and beyond.
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.
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.