Last year tore up the working practices rulebook for crew management, personnel logistics, training and competence for highly regulated industries.
With the greatest and most urgent energy transition in human history clearly accelerating, the quest for new technology solutions across multiple and increasingly diverse low carbon fronts is becoming ever more important.
Leaving your job and starting up a new business requires an enormous leap of faith at the best of times.
Oil and gas companies across the globe are facing something of a balancing act currently.
A technology chief at Petrofac says the energy service firm adopted the “art of the possible” philosophy in its mission to bring new digital products to the oil and gas inspection and maintenance market.
Specialist firm Surface Corrosion Consultants is leading the way in web-based technology for the management of corrosion.
There’s a general view that we should consign the year gone by to history. In oil and gas, and the wider energy industry, 2020 can more accurately be viewed as another challenging time for a sector accustomed to being beleaguered.
North-east oilfield technology company RotoJar is targeting growth after its owners invested millions of pounds to buy and renovate new headquarters.
Shell and Equinor have announced plans to team up to further the use of advanced analytics on historical data to improve operational spare part inventories.
A new collaboration that brings two major operators together with a leading energy e-learning firm is aiming to raise standards and improve training levels across the UK and wider North Sea oil and gas sector.
Remote inspection technology firm Air Control Entech (ACE) intends to recruit up to 10 new employees after landing a partnership with Stork, a Fluor company.
Industrial lighting specialist BME Nitech, of Aberdeen, has said its latest technology could deliver a six-figure boost to annual revenue.
The LNG Marine Fuel Institute has changed its name to the Clean Marine Fuel Institute.
Scotland’s electricity network is to benefit from new technology that can restore power within 24 hours if severe weather leads to a loss of electricity this winter.
Growth capital investor BGF has completed a multimillion-pound investment in engineering information management software company Datum360.
A Dundee engineering firm said its major machinery investments demonstrate its confidence and resilience in a tough marketplace.
OGTC’s accelerator programme, TechX, celebrates the graduation of its third cohort of technology start-up Pioneers, the first to be done via a virtual programme.
Energy giant Shell and offshore robotic ship operator Ocean Infinity have made a pact to execute multiclient "seep hunter" projects together.
Unmanned aviation firm Flylogix is planning more flights to monitor methane emissions from North Sea platforms early next year after reaching a new milestone.
DNV GL launches industry-first recommended practice on quality assurance of oil and gas industry’s digital twins
DNV GL has published the oil and gas industry’s first recommended practice (RP) on how to build and quality-assure digital twins.
Renewable energy technologies and the use of big tech within the oil and gas sector have been accelerated due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Software company VROC has clinched a deal to provide AI predictive analytics services on three of TAQA’s UK North Sea platforms.
A “world first” has been achieved after a robot carried out a blade walk on an offshore wind turbine off the coast of Scotland.
At a time of renewed interest and heightened activity in the offshore wind sector developers are seeking technological innovation from the supply chain to assist in their efforts to maximise efficiency and minimise cost.