Scottish and Dutch oil business and technology development experts are joining forces to create a new online catalogue to help fill the void left by the Covid-induced obliteration of the exhibitions circuit.
Our industry is facing a period of renewed challenge and change, a balance between traditional focus and emerging sustainable energy solutions according to the chair of ENGenious 2020, the sister event to SPE Offshore Europe.
In response to a lower oil price environment, the industry has collectively turned to digitisation to operate more efficiently. The data which already exists, together with new information continually being collected is a gold mine for unlocking further efficiencies.
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.
“The UK has got a problem where there is almost a systemic lack of information and encouragement for capable young women to consider, not just engineering, but broadly the science and technology careers.”
Energy Voice sat down with three young SPE Aberdeen (Society of Petroleum Engineers) graduates and interns working within the oil and gas industry.
The interviewees,Ross Taylor and Lalit Bhamare ,spoke ahead of Energy Voice's groundbreaking event on Wednesday, September 2 at the Tivoli in Aberdeen.
They answered a range of questions about how to inspire the next generation of industry leaders.
Experts in well intervention are being called upon to submit an abstract on the topic and share the latest developments with their peers.
The findings will be shared at the annual SPEICoTA European Well Intervention Conference which takes place at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in November.
A range of topics will be covered over two days, with a focus on new technology and innovative solutions, subsea fields, mature fields and challenging environments.