Aberdeen-based data science and predictive analysis firm Opex Group has joined forces with global natural resources research and consultancy company Wood Mackenzie to launch a new service for the oil and gas industry.
Aberdeen-based data science and predictive analysis firm Opex Group is investing a further £750,000 in research and development after enjoying an “exceptional” start to 2020, during which it secured contracts worth £1million.
It’s fair to say that 2019 ended on a note of political and economic turmoil. But while the global oil and gas industry will face a number of uncertainties over the coming months, there is one trend I can predict with total confidence - the momentum-gaining groundswell in the adoption of data science and predictive technologies.
Even a year or two ago, climate change and the energy transition would not have featured heavily in an interview between Energy Voice and the chief executive of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
Opex Group, an Aberdeen-based technology firm specialising in data science and predictive analysis, has moved quickly to support a new graduate apprenticeship scheme at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Since opening two-and-a-half years ago, the boss of the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) believes it has come some way to “debunk” the concept the UK industry is reluctant to try new ideas.
Aberdeen-headquartered Operational Excellence (Opex) Group has won a multimillion pound contract with Cnooc International on its North Sea assets.
Aberdeen-based Operational Excellence (OPEX) Group has moved into new West End headquarters after a jump in customers and headcount.
An Aberdeen firm is joining forces with an industrial behavioural psychologist to try to prevent fatal accidents in the North Sea.
An Aberdeen predictive technology firm has appointed a leading psychologist to help address behavioural risks in the oil and gas sector.
The oil and gas sector needs clarity on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union “pretty darn pronto”, an industry expert said today.
The head of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) said support for the supply chain is "vital" to boost North Sea industry's global reputation.