BP’s annual Be Inspired event helps to attract female students to the oil...
BP Be Inspired: levelling the playing field for women in oil and gas
BP’s annual Be Inspired event helps to attract female students to the oil and gas industry in an effort to diversify the workforce and increase equality. At the event, BP Head of HR, Upstream, Kerry Dryburgh explained the importance of STEM education.
CNPC and Equinor to collaborate on energy sustainability projects
State-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has agreed to join forces with Norwegian firm Equinor on energy sustainability projects, including oil and gas exploration, renewables, and carbon capture technology.
Oil and gas firms are starting to embrace the blockchain
GlobalData’s latest report, Blockchain in Oil & Gas, suggests that oil and gas companies are in the process of adopting advanced technologies to improve workflow management and reduce operational losses.
Equinor continues its shore power journey at Johan Sverdrup
Equinor has announced that its Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea has been connected to the Norwegian national grid and will be powered using its power-from-shore system. How does the system work and does Equinor plan to electrify more offshore oil and gas platforms in the future?
Dry Deluge Testing
Open extinguishing systems are the primary care method in case of fire, and as such their regular testing is obligatory and a bare necessity for both workers and equipment, as well as the environment.
Who are the global leaders in oil and gas extraction tech?
GlobalData’s latest thematic report, ‘Extraction Technology,’ suggests that the process of oil and gas extraction largely revolves around the technologies essential for bringing oil to the surface.
Thalassa’s ARL completes autonomous flying node sea trials
Thalassa has announced that its subsidiary Autonomous Robotics (ARL) has completed sea trials of a prototype ‘flying node’ autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) at a location off the cost of Plymouth harbour.
Compressed Air Foam for Offshore Substations
Many companies in the renewable electrical power industry have installed offshore substations in their distribution grids to accommodate ever-increasing demand, necessitating increased safety considerations.
Petrofac wins contract extension from Chevron North Sea
UK-based oilfield services company Petrofac’s Engineering and Production Services (EPS) division has secured a one-year engineering services contract extension from Chevron North Sea.
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