Professor Mark Schaffer, Director of the CEERP at Heriot-Watt University, has welcomed BP’s latest findings as “clear evidence of a major transformation in the global energy landscape”.
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Seatronics has supported a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products, with a key project in Brazil through the supply of state-of-the-art subsea equipment.
Emerson has announced a new dual-mode wireless gateway, which supports both IEC 62951 WirelessHART® and ISA100.11a industrial wireless communications standards.
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Virtual reality headsets and real life career stories are hoped to inspire students at a South London school to consider careers in engineering, on Women in Engineering Day.
Rovco has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Dr Iain Wallace as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
At this year’s International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), SSE will launch a new film that aims to bust some of the myths associated with women in engineering.
88 Energy Limited has announced that stimulation operations have been completed successfully on Project Icewine.
The UK’s Oil and Gas industry is gearing up for growth as cautious optimism returns to the sector, new research reveals.
Aquaterra Energy has won a major contract to supply subsea high-pressure riser equipment and services for a subsea abandonment project in the central North Sea.
ITC Global has announced it has begun satellite communication installations on a Brazilian FPSO fleet following previous successful West African deployment.
Claxton has been awarded a contract to riglessly casing cut and recover a total of seven wells in the Southern North Sea.
An independent reserves assessment of TAG Oil’s interests suggests an approximate 27% increase in annual reserves revisions.
NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC has introduced its new iFD-Stator 2.0, which is set to reduce energy and maintenance costs.
Sinopec and Linde have announced they have signed a €145 million joint venture to strengthen air gases supply in Ningbo industrial cluster in China.
Statoil’s plans for the development and operation of Njord and Bauge have now been approved by authorities.
Members of the European Petroleum Refiners Association have appointed Dr. Béla Kelemen as President of the Association for the next two-year term.
Linde North America has announced it has entered into a production joint venture with Air Products in Glenmont, NY.
With around 75% of the world’s oil demand coming from Asia, the future for the bulk liquid storage industry in the region is bright.
Kirby Corporation has announced it has entered into an agreement to purchase Stewart & Stevenson LLC.