Companies are invited to highlight the advances in underwater robotic technology at Subsea UK’s Underwater Robotics conference in Aberdeen later this year.
Dan Munro, Managing Director, PJ Valves, explains why the oil and gas industry has yet to reach digitalisation's full potential.
CGG GeoSoftware has developed a machine learning ecosystem providing open access to data within its geophysical and petrophysical applications.
Schlumberger has introduced the GAIA digital exploration platform at the 81st EAGE Conference and Exhibition. The GAIA platform enables exploration teams to discover and access basin-scale data and manage their exploration opportunities.
WFS Technologies, a specialist in Subsea Internet of Things (SIOT®) devices, has unveiled solutions to tackle the real-time monitoring of offshore risers both above and below surface, on fixed structures including jackets and braces.
S-Cube says that its XWI algorithm has the predictive power to match rock measurements pre-drilling with up to 90% accuracy.
The company trialled its new ANALYSE statistical method on a full campaign on an FPSO, resulting in cuts to scope, POB and costs and an improvement to integrity assurance.
The inspection technology digitises inspection workflows by leveraging automation, overhauling the current paper-based and outdated manual process.
Eigen has rolled out a new safety barrier management solution for the Lundin operated Edvard Greig platform.
“Our strategic collaboration with Google Cloud enables Schlumberger and our customers to take advantage of the latest digital technologies to unlock the value in all data for making critical business decisions,” said Hinda Gharbi, Executive Vice President, Schlumberger Reservoir & Infrastructure.
IriSphere look-ahead-while-drilling service reduces drilling risks and improves efficiency by providing data ahead of the bit in real time.