Achieving production data accuracy and accountability starts in the field with measurement applications that automate the management and scheduling of meter inspections, sampling, and calibration events.
Delivering the digital technology that its people need to exploit the oil and gas resources will be key to a successful future for French oil giant Total.
New study reveals technological innovations can slash upstream budgets.
For the oil and gas sector to benefit from the vast amounts of data it generates each day it needs to collect, sort and analyze this effectively and in a time-efficient manner. According to Ulisses T. Mello, director of IBM Research, the secret to unleashing the value from this data is artificial intelligence.
The use of automation and remote monitoring provided a safer, more efficient intervention operation in the Permian Basin.
The booming Permian Basin is a new technological proving ground for America’s energy industry. How can it set itself up for success?
Finding suitable applications for artificial intelligence and then implementing them at scale has challenged the oil and gas industry for many years. At Offshore Europe, Woodside Energy’s head of robotics, Alison Barnes, explained how the technology is being put to good use at its Pluto LNG facility in Australia.
Seadrill and Marsden Group partnered to develop an autonomous solution to mitigate safety at one of an offshore drilling rig’s most dangerous areas: the Red Zone.