A training scheme launched by European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS) is teaching hackers how to respond to live cyber-attacks in the energy sector.
Training & Technology
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) today launches a new business “accelerator” to help budding companies take their pioneering products to market faster.
Energy giant Shell yesterday hosted Scottish schoolgirls at an Aberdeen event aimed at addressing gender balance issues in the oil sector.
More than 100 apprentices left in the lurch by the closure of Aberdeen organisation ITCA are likely to be offered several routes back into training.
School pupils from the north-east will join around 100 others from across Scotland for a major industry competition.
A digital transformation of oil and gas safety-critical emergency response training is set to save the industry more than a million hours of training time per year.
After successful field trials, Fieldbit Hero will be rolled out to BP’s entire U.S. Lower 48 business, enhancing safety and efficiency
A panel of experts will debate the rising threat of cyber security, including ransomware 'Bad Rabbit'.
Finnish company Neste Jacobs has launched a new game called NAPCON Games Distiller for operator training in the process industry. The game is the first one of a completely new generation of training games.
Aberdeen-based AISUS has spent more than £100,000 on the development of inspection technology capable of lowering costs.
A north-east technology firm is targeting expansion after securing contracts worth a total of more than £100,000.
US technology and engineering firm Emerson has snapped up a software company for £385million ($510million).
A remarkable “energy” fibre capable of generating electricity when stretched or twisted has been developed by US and South Korean energy researchers.
Offshore helicopters are now approved for an upgrade which should assist pilots in landing safely on installations.
Wireless Seismic, Inc. (WSI), the leading innovator of real-time and cable-free seismic data acquisition systems for the oil and gas industry, announced today the launch of RT3an ultra-high channel count, onshore seismic recording system featuring WSI’s next-generation radio technology.
A £10million fund has been launched to help Scottish firms boost staff knowledge and skills.
Secondary school pupils from across the north-east are being given help to shape their future by BP, as part of the ‘Career Ready’ scheme.
Oil and gas industry professionals should consider additional academic qualifications as a form of insurance in an uncertain industry, according to the head of Robert Gordon University’s MBA course.
An Aberdeen training company claims there could be another potential skills gap looming in the North Sea due to the ageing workforce.
A Eurostars-funded Joint Industry Project (JIP) has signed Shell as the first operator to participate in a two-year digital twin initiative.
A UK based drone operator has completed the lengthiest civilian drone flight in the UK.
The Scottish Government is providing funding for commercial diver training in an effort to avoid a major skills shortage in the subsea industry.
A new high velocity water jetting system is to be fitted to all James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE) tools stationed at their hubs in the UK, UAE, Singapore, Venezuela, USA, Brazil, China and Mexico.
JFD said today its ground-breaking new scuba gear could be rolled out worldwide after sailing through its first major offshore test.
Technology and innovation is the next logical step in maxmising economic recovery from the UK North Sea, it has been claimed.