Digitalisation is a buzzword in the oil and gas industry, but digitalisation at...
- Liberating digitalisation in oil and gas: a conversation with Cognite
- How a ‘smoke alarm for the sea’ could keep abandoned wells safe
- Bedlam in the Bight: read more in the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus
- Convection heaters in the oil and gas industry
- The importance of water bath heaters in the oil and gas industry
Pemamek Oy Introduces WeldControl Software at FABTECH 2019
Finland-based global welding automation leader Pemamek Oy will introduce its PEMA Technology Hub in Booth B35050 at FABTECH 2019, held at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, 11-14 November 2019.
COOEC Offshore and Expro form alliance to provide RWI services
Chinese offshore and subsea solutions company, COOEC Offshore, has formed an alliance with Expro to venture into deepwater Riserless Well Intervention (RWI) to strengthen its service offering.
Liberating digitalisation in oil and gas: a conversation with Cognite
Digitalisation is a buzzword in the oil and gas industry, but digitalisation at scale has proven to be a challenge. Norwegian company Cognite is now providing digitalisation services to 19 different oil and gas companies, with its unique platform aiming to ‘liberate’ data and make it more accessible. Umar Ali sat down with Cognite vice-president Paula Doyle to find out more.
How a ‘smoke alarm for the sea’ could keep abandoned wells safe
Researchers are developing a new technique to monitor the long-term integrity of decommissioned or suspended oil and gas wells in the North Sea. The project aims to provide an early-warning system for abandoned wells, potentially preventing dangerous leaks. Umar Ali found out more.
Kraken secures $1.8m funding for mooring chain inspection system
Kraken Robotic Systems, a subsidiary of Canadian marine technology company Kraken Robotics, has secured $1.8m funding to develop a mooring chain laser inspection sensor that can be used in offshore oil and gas applications.
McDermott and BHGE win contracts for Ichthys gas field development
American firm McDermott International and GE company Baker Hughes have won contracts to provide a joint umbilicals, risers and flowlines (URF) and subsea production systems (SPS) solution for the Ichthys Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) field development, off the northwest coast of Western Australia.
Bedlam in the Bight: read more in the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus
In this issue: what the recent election will mean for drilling in the Great Australian Bight, electrifying the subsea, the offshore plasma drill being used by NASA to look for life on Mars, and more.
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