Service providers weigh in on how technologies affect the present and future carbon capture and storage operations.
In this roundtable, offshore experts provide insights on how new technologies are opening the door to a new era of productivity and efficiency in offshore exploration.
McDermott's Amazon vessel, following a sophisticated upgrade to its ultra-deepwater capabilities, is coming to the Gulf of Mexico to support a subsea contract for the Whale Development in Alaminos Canyon, the company said on Sept. 13.
Baker Hughes, Halliburton and Schlumberger discuss the economics of mature assets, what keeps them going and future opportunities.
How an AI technology reduced site visits, operating costs and carbon emissions while increasing efficiencies and safety for an E&P operator.
Keeping scientific and engineering experience and knowledge in place continues to be a challenge.
The FPSO market had a booming start to this year and its outlook remains bright driven by the shift toward more remote offshore locations. However, with this platform for growth comes greater challenges.
The two companies are combining on a process that pairs production processing from Honeywell with Wood’s hydrogen plant technology that they say can significantly reduce lifecycle greenhouse-gas emissions.
With this new project, water will now comprise over 25% of the total company’s contract operations backlog.
Software industry veteran to lead Quorum’s global go-to-market strategy for transforming the business of energy through technology.
The strategic partnership will focus on hydrogen and carbon capture projects.
The acquisition of Double Drop Resources significantly expands Lagoon Water Midstream’s operations and establishes it as a multibasin water management company.
Denbury’s Carbon Solutions business executed a term sheet with Mitsubishi on Sept. 21 for the transport and storage of CO₂ captured from Mitsubishi’s proposed ammonia project on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
The sale of all its Texas and New Mexico fluid management and saltwater disposal well assets completes Key Energy Services’ exit from this line of business in these states.