Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) bosses have said they are “pretty confident” a revolutionary new contraption for recovering platform jackets will grace the North Sea despite one of the firms behind it going bust.
More than 300 people have signed up to attend OGUK’s first-ever D&I webinar to further explore opportunities to improve diversity and inclusion in what remains a challenging landscape for the UK oil and gas industry.
There is a certain irony in the coincidence of two recent major events that together, focused minds on how exactly the huge upheavals caused by COVID-19 may affect our efforts to achieve net zero carbon.
Global powerhouses from the energy and IT sectors will assemble in Aberdeen this month to reveal how the oil and gas industry can cash in on digital tools and data.
The chief executive of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has urged “pace” on research into low carbon options to reuse North Sea infrastructure.
The Oil & Gas Technology Centre is planning to set up a Net Zero Solution Centre with a view to making the UK Continental Shelf the first net zero oil & gas basin globally.
Eleven fledgling companies have graduated from an intensive Aberdeen-based oil and gas technology accelerator programme.
The co-founder of a multi-million pound chocolate enterprise will spotlight issues around diversity and inclusion at Offshore Europe.
It is said that change is the only constant and, while the pace of new developments and behaviours in the oil and gas industry is sometimes bemoaned, the sector continues to take important steps towards the upturn.
Aberdeen’s Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) is ensuring the north-east is a world-leading innovator in oil and gas, according to the UK’s energy minister.
Crondall Energy is hoping to leverage its experience on major projects for more work in the west of Shetland (WoS) region.
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.
Brexit has the potential to cause “noise and inefficiencies” for offshore regulations, according the chief executive of the Oil and Gas Techonlogy Centre (OGTC).
An industry leader has described the renewables sector as “more forward-thinking” than subsea.
A new technology start-up company is hoping to take X-ray technology offshore to solve one of the industry’s major headaches.
Over the past two years we’ve created more data than during the whole history of life on planet earth. The digital revolution is disrupting almost every industry and every home, in every country across the world. It’s affecting every part of our lives.
Aberdeen-based Return to Scene have secured a "significant" award to kick-start a new tool to save hundreds of millions of pounds for offshore automation.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) has closed its national TechX roadshow at an event in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-based Intelligent Plant is teaming up with oil operator Nexen and the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) to help prevent major equipment failures offshore.
Buoyancy systems, laser cutting tools and thermite plugs all feature in a combined effort by industry and academia to turn the north-east into the world’s leading provider of decommissioning technology.
The UK is working to “go beyond” Norway on offshore automation according to Aberdeen-based technology experts, following a landmark development in the Norwegian North Sea.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) has appointed a new industrial director to head-up the creation of two new research hubs for the offshore industry.
New research is to be carried out into the North Sea’s “race to be second” for adopting new technology.
A new initiative could see Aberdeen take on technology centres like Houston and London for oil and gas start-ups, according to energy giant BP.
Ten technology start-ups have graduated from a programme to bring about “transformational change” in the North Sea energy industry.