The new training centre in Nefteyugansk, Russia, was launched in October 2019 following Siberian Service Company’s investment in rig simulator technology developed by Drilling Systems.
The IC and IP software’s new capabilities are prompted by the increasing need to capture and utilise data across the entire lifecycle of wells and fields.
The first ever pressure-containing component to be produced using Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing technology (WAAM) was successfully ran on Total’s Elgin-Franklin rig in the North Sea.
The Aberdeen-headquartered organisation has been awarded contracts by several global oil and gas upstream operators in the UK and internationally, as well as attaining work with new customers in downstream and utilities.
Taurob and Equinor are partnering up to introduce autonomous ATEX-certified robots to Equinor's oil and gas installations offshore Norway.
The partnership will provide E&P companies with solutions that optimise rod lift and plunger lift wells.
spotLYTT™ livestreams reservoir insights from acoustic and temperature data sourced from fibre optic sensors alongside time-series data to users anywhere in the world via the cloud.
LYTT has enhanced production at BP's North Sea Clair Ridge site by 2000 bpd via a 'tuning' strategy informed by real-time in-well data analysis.