Dr Neil Arthur, Lloyd’s Register, explores the most promising and impactful new technologies being implemented to optimise asset maintenance.
The Operations DataHub enables operators to securely pool and gain insight from operations data from multiple assets across the UKCS basin.
WFS has appointed Peter Sharpe as interim CEO, taking over from Brendan Hyland who is stepping down after founding the firm more than 17 years ago in 2003.
The MoU will aim to develop solutions and methods within data science, artificial intelligence and 3D printing.
Centro makes consolidated data from wellsite operations available in real time, enabling advanced domain viewing and live analytics.
The iEnergy cloud helps reduce corporate infrastructure costs and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of integrating, managing and supporting well data.
The partnership will aim to fast-track innovation and streamline the adoption of applied technologies in areas such as marine robotics, advanced sensing, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems.
Petrofac has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with MODS, a digitalisation and dimensional control service company, to deploy its flagship product ‘Virtual Manager Enterprise’ (VME) at scale in the North Sea.
The launch of Armada will initially add fifteen bespoke designed marine robots to Ocean Infinity’s current fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles.
The data-driven maintenance program incorporates riser condition, usage and fatigue analysis with a risk-based inspection process.
Alan Conboy, Scale Computing, reports on how the energy sector can streamline IT management with edge computing and HCI.
The partnership will enable the E&P industry to build and deploy their own artificial intelligence (AI) solutions across the full breadth of their upstream workflows.
This software is a response to the process safety trend worldwide and part of PetroRio’s HSE Excellence initiative.