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June 2023

Oilfield Technology’s brand-new Summer issue is out now, featuring a regional report from Wood Mackenzie, which delves into Europe’s upstream oil and gas sector, and considers how the industry will navigate the energy transition in the near future. Following this, our cover sponsor, Vink Chemicals, discusses natural gas H2S mitigation technologies and considers the benefits of alternative scavengers. The rest of the issue goes on to explore pumps and compressors, corrosion and maintenance and software and artificial intelligence in the upstream sector. Enjoy soaking up the sunshine and delving into this exciting new issue from Oilfield Technology!

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World News

Continental Europe: An Upstream Outlook
Ashley Sherman, Wood Mackenzie, UK, provides an outlook for Europe’s upstream oil and gas sector and considers how the industry will navigate the energy transition.

Exploring Natural Gas H2S Mitigation Technologies
Jennifer Knopf and Neil Lawrence Tobin, Vink Chemicals, Germany & UK, discuss natural gas H2S mitigation technologies and consider the benefits of alternative scavengers.

Upgrading Offshore Filter Systems
Gerald Woodward, Parker Hannifin, UK, evaluates the benefits of upgrading offshore filter systems in the fight against rising carbon emissions.

The Perfect Pairing For Remote Operations
With the number of satellites expected to grow exponentially, there has never been a better time to embrace and implement LEO and cloud connectivity, says Sandro Delucia, Speedcast, UK.

The Digital Transformation Of Drilling Operations
Esben Thorup, Horizon56, Denmark, presents a digital transformation roadmap for drilling operations based around people and technology.

Taking The Next Steps With Technology
Dennis Stipati, FreeWave Technologies, USA, discusses the ways in which IIoT is benefitting energy companies now and in the future.

A New Chapter For Oil And Gas
Al Rivero, Rajant Corporation, USA, explains how next-generation technologies can allow organisations to closely manage and optimise unmanned remote operations, improve worker safety, and limit their impact on the environment.

The Role Of Tech In Greener Decision Making
Gaurav Rohella, GlobalLogic, UK, explains how innovative technology could help the upstream sector make more environmentally friendly, sustainability-focused decisions for intelligent operations.

Satellites, Sensors And Software: A Modern Take On Well Monitoring
Thierry Zois, Hiber, the Netherlands, considers how sensors, software and satellites are transforming oil and gas operations.

Improving Oilfield Decision Making Through Machine Learning
Venkatesh Anantharamu, Ikon Science, USA, evaluates the benefits of machine learning in the upstream sector.

Standardising Subsea Services
Harald Holden, 4Subsea, Norway, details how updating regulations in the Norwegian Continental Shelf is crucial for subsea production systems.

Reaping The Rewards Of A Rigless Approach
Bård Marius Johansen, Odfjell Technology, Norway, outlines the benefits of a rigless approach to plug and abandonment and slot recovery.

Refurbish Or Replace?
Dean Carey, Logan Industries, USA, explains how repairing and refurbishing equipment can be beneficial for customers, the industry, and the environment.

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