New technology developed by Ashtead Technology and Hydromea utilizing high bandwidth optical data telemetry is proving to be a game changer for remote subsea structure monitoring systems.
Eagle Ford Shale operator Ensign Natural Resources has taken the operate by exception model a step further into the future, by developing what the company refers to as a dynamic routing operating model.
DOF Subsea is on the case with an impressive 99% recycling and reuse rate in North Sea decommissioning project
Datagration’s vice chairman Ike Epley shared how the company’s software platform boosts efficiency, safety and revenue through unified data solutions.
In an industry keen to maximize efficiency, shale service providers continue to explore durable and reliable solutions that extend pump hours and add tangible value to their operations and those of their clients.
Customized HPUs can offer specific improvements over off-the-shelf equipment that allow deepwater E&P companies to focus on what they do best—supplying the world with inexpensive energy.
Here’s a new autonomous outflow control device developed by Tendeka to improve water injection conformance and potentially create a short-circuit to production wells.
Here’s a look at the impact Halliburton’s ESTMZ system has had on the way that completions are performed and a new system that specifically addresses the increasing demands of the Gulf of Mexico Lower Tertiary.
Through its application of energy-efficient services in traditional oil and gas operations, Patterson-UTI is ensuring drillers are able to operate both sustainably and productively.
Advances in fracturing fluid delivery technology eliminate high-pressure iron risks with operators reporting 75% savings on rig-up,rig-downtime plus case studies in the D-J and Permian basins.
Oceaneering uses ‘video of opportunity’ from smartphone to build an approximate 3D model of a submerged portion of a riser and extract features and dimensions that detail the character and extent of damage in support of repair planning.
Women in Energy honorees Elizabeth Gerbel, CEO of EAG Services, and Carri Lockhart, Dril-Quip board member and former Equinor CTO, weigh in on what’s next for the industrial internet of things in the oil and gas industry.
Crusoe Energy Systems has pioneered a unique solution that provides shale oil and gas companies with an effective, reliable, and cost-free alternative to routine flaring by leveraging a technology that harnesses stranded methane to enable energy-intensive computation.
Groundbreaking autonomous and remote robotic technologies from Kongsberg Maritime are helping one subsea company’s energy transition journey in its oil and gas pipeline and site inspection offerings.
Executives from Halliburton and Schlumberger weigh in on what trends in technology are emerging in the Permian Basin.
Enabling faster and more informed decisions about the integrity and future performance of safety-critical infrastructure.
Offshore may be on the rebound, but Gulf of Mexico rigs are hard to find.
Offshore brownfield projects will be some of the most important energy engineering projects of the decade.
Upstream oil and gas producers can decarbonize their operations at a potentially lower price by partnering with SkyNano and using the emissions to produce carbon nanotubes.
To help solve onset difficulties at the well site or facility, new surface well testing equipment can assist oil and gas producers in increasing efficiency and saving time and money.
A new inspection technology enables remote workers to transmit high-definition video, synchronized data and high-quality audio from any site to another via a secure local area network using military-grade encryption, even when connectivity is low or unreliable.
Liberty Oilfield Services and Tendeka's latest technologies and services help bring down the costs of drilling and completions.
DeltaTek's SeaCure technology provides stabbed-in inner string cement for casings and liners that will save operators time and money in field development operations.
Through digital completions technology, oil and gas producers can increase safety and efficiency at the well site by converting on-paper procedures to a digital forum. “It’s sort of like using Goggle Maps or Waze to drive to a destination,” says Intelligent Wellhead Systems CEO William Standifird.
Kayrros developed an alert system to notify operators of neighboring well frac activity, monitoring operations daily across tight oil and gas basins, to allow operators to protect their assets.
After its first installation 25 years ago, multilateral wells have seen technological advancements in the North Sea that lessen environmental impact and increase productivity.
Former honorees of Hart Energy’s Influential Women in Energy recognition program discuss technology, ESG and the future of the industry.
Exxon Mobil continues to pursue opportunities to divest, and the oil and gas supermajor’s Bakken assets could be worth $5 billion.
Schlumberger’s reservoir mapping-while-drilling services can be used to give operators clearer visuals into their wells and the challenges that befall them.
Projeo’s projects and initiatives demonstrate CCS technology at real-world, commercial-scale facilities for ammonia production, ethanol production and coal-fired power generation.