Having eyes on the ground, quickly, is essential to any effective disaster management...
- Eye in the sky – the role of drones in oil spill management
- Inside the University of Aberdeen’s offshore drilling of the future project
- Q&A: AspenTech talk AI, machine and waviness learning in oil & gas
- How ultrasonic tech could open up Arctic exploration
- ORCA Hub unveils offshore robotic research for the offshore sector
You are Invited to the Static Electricity and Lightning Protection Conference 2020
The Static Electricity and Lightning Protection conference 2020 will take place in the conference room of Venue Flinders Hotel, Cnr. Cook and Wood Streets, Flinders VIC, Australia, 3929 on 13-14 February.
Static Electricity and Lightning Protection Conference 2020
We look forward to seeing you and your team at the Static Electricity and Lightning Protection Conference 2020 Thursday 13 and Friday 14 February 2020.
TGS’ seismic data to support OGCI’s carbon capture storage initiative
TGS has sold one of its seismic datasets to Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) Climate Investments’ Net Zero Teesside carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) initiative.
Ultra High-Efficiency Multi-Purpose Film Forming Foam
Fomtec ARC 3x3 S is an ultra high-efficiency multi-purpose film forming foam (3x3). Fomtec ARC 3x3 S shall be used at 3% induction ratio on both hydrocarbon and polar solvents fires using fresh, brackish or seawater.
Eye in the sky – the role of drones in oil spill management
Having eyes on the ground, quickly, is essential to any effective disaster management plan. Having them in the air, however, looks set the be the next big thing in the offshore oil and gas industry. We consider the critical role drones can play in the minutes and hours after an oil spill.
UWA opens Centre for Long Subsea Tiebacks laboratory in WA
The University of Western Australia (UWA) has opened the new Centre for Long Subsea Tiebacks laboratory which enables the state to be positioned as a global energy hub.
Inside the University of Aberdeen’s offshore drilling of the future project
In August, the UK Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) announced £640,000 in funding for the University of Aberdeen’s Centre for Applied Dynamics Research, which works to improve offshore drilling. Here, we speak with Dr Vahid Vaziri, a research fellow at the University of Aberdeen and CADR member, about the innovative partnerships and their implications for the North Sea and beyond.
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