Inductosense has secured funding from the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) to develop and trial a new wall thickness monitoring sensor with BP.
EDF has deployed a unique remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to carry out what it believes is the first autonomous wind farm foundation inspection at the Blyth scheme, off Northumberland.
New research published by DNV reveals that energy executives anticipate life, property, and environment-compromising cyber-attacks on the sector within the next two years.
HydraWell has announced a merger with Read, in a move aimed at creating a new well integrity specialist focused on late-life oilfield activities.
A pioneering company has struck a deal to help decarbonise flaring sites in the United Arab Emirates, while producing hydrogen and graphene.
Baker Hughes has launched a new subsea wellhead technology, the MS-2 Annulus Seal, aimed at reducing the number of rig trips needed for well installations – and saving up to half a million dollars per rig.
More than six decades since the idea of building nuclear-powered merchant ships hit the headlines, the concept is back, radically revamped by Norwegian ship designed and builder Ulstein.
Oceaneering has joined forces with Sony Pictures and theme park operator Merlin Entertainments to develop an attraction around the hit Jumanji film franchise.
There has never been so much pressure to wean the human species off its massive dependency on hydrocarbons; with the war in Ukraine and the staggeringly high temperatures recorded in the Arctic and Antarctic further forcing the Great Energy Transition into overdrive.
Trading insights provider Sparta it has raised a six-million-dollar Series A funding round from European venture capital firm Singular.
While oil and gas producers in the UK North Sea, especially, have failed to come up with a live carbon capture and storage operation offshore, companies in Norway and Holland have already succeeded in developing a viable CCS system for shipping.
Consultancy Crondall Energy has been awarded a share of a £6.7 million UK Government pot to try to use North Sea infrastructure to solve the puzzle of energy storage.
A seismic survey firm owned by oil giant BP has developed equipment which is hoped to one day be used on the moons of Saturn or Jupiter.
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) has announced the twelve clean energy technology start-ups selected for the fourth cohort of the award-winning TechX Accelerator Programme.
Delegates at an Energy Voice event Thursday afternoon heard how a range of technologies, from AI to smarter valves, are enabling the sector in its journey to net zero.
Sweden’s Echandia, which specialises in developing low-emissions technology for maritime applications, is to open a UK office in Aberdeen.
Oceaneering has pioneered the UK’s first onshore remote piloting ROV operation, monitoring drilling operations at BP’s Clair Ridge during summer 2021.
Aberdeen-headquartered Operational Excellence Group (OPEX) has been taken over by sustainability consultancy ERM.
Offshore technology specialist DeltaTek Global is celebrating a “record breaking” 2021 with a series of contract wins worth £3million.
With COP26 still fresh in the minds of many in the energy industry, let us start by imagining a single policy, that if imposed on the fossil fuel industry, could if enforced consistently stop their products from causing global warming within a generation.
Virtual reality software is being used to ensure workers are “competent beyond compliance” in offshore energy.
Inductosense develops the WAND-Remote Data Collector: a cost-effective wireless solution for accurate, remote thickness monitoring of pipework and vessels
Bristol based technology developer Inductosense, has developed the WAND Remote Data Collector (WAND-RDC) for cost-effective remote internal corrosion/erosion monitoring. The product is based on Inductosense’s inductively coupled WAND sensor technology and reduces the need for NDT personnel on-site to take ultrasonic thickness measurements. It also eliminates the indirect costs associated with inspections - such as the costs of scaffolding or removal of insulation.
‘Operation Zero’ bid to accelerate the decarbonisation of North Sea operations and maintenance (O&M) vessels could generate more than £4 billion for UK firms.
Sentinel Subsea has secured a six-figure investment from Alba Equity and Scottish Enterprise as it continues to develop its technology for the monitoring of subsea wells.
The UK will fail to reach net zero by 2050 without a drastic change to the way low-carbon technologies are funded, a new alliance of energy experts has warned.