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.
John Bell, Akselos, looks at the new super-fast simulation technology that is helping companies in the upstream industry achieve asset life extension.
Equinor’s six-figure sponsorship agreement includes supporting the current Code Factory programme, which aims to engage young people in coding, programming and virtual reality and support building these critical skills early.
Companies are invited to highlight the advances in underwater robotic technology at Subsea UK’s Underwater Robotics conference in Aberdeen later this year.