The Oil and gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) has announced the signing of its 100th project, taking the total it has invested in technology development for the industry in the past five years to £6million.
New to Aberdeen, Scottish Enterprise along with supporting partners EIC, SPE, OGIC and Skills Development Scotland, will host a free one-day thought-leadership event on March 13 as part of Scotland’s two-week festival of data innovation, known as DataFest.
A new pipeline coatings study could save operators 25%, unlock more marginal fields, and eventually generate £500,000 for one of the organisations behind the research.
The downturn in the oil and gas industry has been well documented but the upside – and there is one - has been the incredible amount of work that is taking place in Aberdeen in supporting and nurturing a new generation of tech start ups who have the potential to ensure the UK has a sustainable hydrocarbon industry for years to come.
There is a burgeoning sense of optimism sweeping the sector and the market feels much stronger than it did 12 months ago. The industry is definitely starting to recover and rebuild itself following three years of weak prices and significant cost pressures.
The oil and gas and construction sectors will come together next month to explore how visualisation technology could change their industries.
An event devoted to flow measurement is coming to Aberdeen for the first time in its 30-plus year history.
More than 500 jobs will be sustained or created in Scotland over the next six years as a result of backing from the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC).
Aberdeen’s Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) has invested £300,000 in three new projects with the potential to improve efficiency and cut costs in the energy industry.
The past three years have seen the oil and gas industry navigate its way through challenging economic conditions. These conditions have both created and highlighted the operational challenges in a sector that faces perpetual technical challenges.
The North Sea oil and gas industry will have breathed a sigh of relief at yesterday's announcement that a crack in the Forties pipeline will be fixed "around Christmas".
The Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (Ogic) has reached a new milestone after signing up three new projects which could slash North Sea costs.
An Aberdeen-based service company has created a new downhole device which could make heavy oil and enhanced oil recovery more economic.
Starting up a new business in the current VUCA, (Volatile, Uncertain, Ambiguous and Complex) oil and gas industry may, at first glance, appear an act of some madness - but bear with me.
The potential role of 3D printing for manufacturing in the oil and gas industry will be the focus of an event next month.
The Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (Ogic) is investing more than £85,000 into three projects which have the potential to cut operating costs and improve efficiency in the offshore industry around the world.
An augmented reality system will be developed for use in the oil and gas industry after a cash boost from two Scottish innovation centres.
Ice pigging, oil-spotting satellites, plasmabits and tyre mattresses were among the technologies on show at a decommissioning industry event in Aberdeen yesterday.
The Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (Ogic) said yesterday it had co-funded investments worth a total of £1million in 17 research and development projects during the past 18 months.
Funding for innovation and protecting intellectual property in the oil and gas industry will be the focus for two Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) seminars being run in partnership with Heriot-Watt University.
The burgeoning decommissioning sector will bring technical challenges and opportunities that the North Sea supply chain are well placed to exploit.
The Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) in Aberdeen is supporting the development of a new concept for well intervention developed by city-based downhole specialists Well-SENSE Technology.
The head of the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre has said the challenge of getting technology into oil field remains a huge challenge, despite the benefits innovative products and techniques could offer the cash strapped industry.
The role that innovation will play in the future of the subsea sector will be highlighted at Subsea Expo this week.
Technology which could significantly reduce the cost of evaluating subsea hydrocarbon deposits is to be developed in a Scottish-Norwegian collaboration.