Dmitrii Krikunov, Zyfra, discusses how the integration of machine learning technology into oil production is ushering in the ‘smart oilfield’.
The three-year contract will see OPEX Group roll out its X-PAS predictive analysis service on the Buzzard, Golden Eagle and Scott platforms in the North Sea.
Adoption of digital technologies in the upstream sector has surged of late, largely as a reaction to the crash in crude oil prices, according to GlobalData.
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The books cover diverless in-water inspections and repairs, remote inspection of confined spaces, advanced pressure systems inspections, and non-intrusive Ex electrical inspections.
Ongoing advancements in technology along with a growing awareness among industry players regarding the potential of IoT, analytics and cloud computing will drive the digital oilfield market's growth, according to a report by Global Market Insights.
The combined content offering will allow investment and petrotechnical professionals to quickly assess the current value of a lease or company position in the contiguous US.
WFS Technologies, a specialist in Subsea Internet of Things (SIOT®) devices for Asset Integrity Management, has announced their expansion into Houston and Brazil.
Malcolm Forbes-Cable, Vice President Consulting, at Wood Mackenzie, weighs up what digitalisation can do for the services sector.
In the second part of this exclusive article, Eric Haney, Lone Star Analysis, USA, discusses the technological developments designed to advance the digital oilfield.
Eric Haney, Lone Star Analysis, USA, discusses the technological developments designed to advance the digital oilfield.
Infrastructure Networks will sell, supply and service Machfu solutions, delivered over INET’s wireless platform, while Machfu will use INET’s LTE coverage to connect to oil and gas assets real time in key energy producing areas.
The company’s report ‘Robotics in Oil & Gas’ reveals that the complex challenges, particularly in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons, are prompting companies to explore the potential of complexly engineered robotics solutions to work autonomously or in conjunction with field operators.
Subsea UK and its technology arm, the National Subsea Research Initiative, have joined forces with the UK Defence Solutions Centre to accelerate the development of underwater robotics, unmanned operations, sensors and other technological and digital innovations.