An Aberdeen-based service company has created a new downhole device which could make heavy oil and enhanced oil recovery more economic.
Training & Technology
A small device that can detect oil spills has been developed by researchers in Spain.
A series of events will strengthen links between technology developers and oil and gas operators.
Some of the country’s most talented mechanical and electrical engineering apprentices battled for honours at the 2017 Scottish Engineering Craft Competition in Aberdeen yesterday.
There has long been a dream in the oil and gas industry that robots would someday take over the industry’s most dangerous, laborious and expensive jobs.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) is getting ready to loosen its purse strings to bring down the cost of well plug and abandonment (P&A).
Pupils at nurseries and primary schools in Aberdeen are taking part in a new initiative which will use the oil and gas industry to teach safety and science lessons.
Pupils from Banff Academy have been crowned as this year's winners of an annual technology challenge.
Scottish students are going head-to-head against peers from all over Europe to take part in a novel Tortoise and Hare style race.
Aberdeen-based Tendeka has launched a 'game-changing' new technology.
Aberdeen IT consultancy Analysis Logic has joined a collaborative venture to help design new tool aimed at saving oil and gas companies time and money.
Scottish company Cyberhawk claims it has reduced costs for a North Sea offshore company by 50% through the use of its drone technology.
Between now and the mid-2050s, an estimated 470 platforms, 5,000 wells, 10,000km of pipelines and 40,000 concrete blocks will have to be removed from the North Sea. Can anyone afford not to understand this critical and complex phase of the well life cycle?
North-east training company Polaris Learning teamed up with a US firm as it aims to get a foothold in the American oil and gas industry.
It is time for a "paradigm shift" in the way North Sea oil and gas companies manage their staff, according to the head of Apache Corp's North Sea projects.
Pupils from Keith Grammar School will jet off to the US after being crowned champions during heats of a global competition held at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Employment rates in the struggling offshore sector are forecast to increase later this year, according to new research.
A group of Malaysian onshore oil and gas workers have become the first to pass safety training that conforms to new standards set out by industry skills body Opito.
The Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce is launching a new service aimed at helping managers and executives affected by the downturn get back into work.
Twenty seven finalists were today named for a high-profile event honouring north-east business excellence, entrepreneurial behaviour and outstanding community contributions.
The world's largest energy recruitment ad employment report has revealed a "significant" differences in opinion between hiring managers and job candidates.
A English offshore engineering and technology company is looking to increase its headcount by 40% after securing millions of pounds worth of contracts so far this year.
Intelligent Energy has successfully diversified into the UAV market with its first deal to deliver fuel sells into the sector.
Step Change in Safety (SCiS) has released a report designed to enchance safety, standardise common practices and saves time and money to the wider UK oil and gas industry.
Oil and gas training body OPTIO is looking to 'millennial' culture as part of its annual safety conference this year.