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Inatex strengthens Asian push

Inatex strengthens Asian push

PERTH-based hazardous area inspections provider Inatex has inked a new distribution deal that it believes...

  • Anthony Barich
  • 12 May 2016
  • 18:54
Logging tool aims to cut drilling costs

Logging tool aims to cut drilling costs

AN INNOVATIVE technology that helps oil and gas operators maximise efficiency and reduce costs has been...

  • Haydn Black
  • 06 April 2016
  • 18:07
GE takes to the cloud

GE takes to the cloud

AS A COMPANY whose equipment and systems supply a third of the world's electricity, it's no surprise...

  • Kate Matheson
  • 08 March 2016
  • 17:04
Big data used to boost APLNG performance

Big data used to boost APLNG performance

UK-BASED engineering and advisory support firm Xodus Group has delivered a new integrated production...

  • Haydn Black
  • 03 March 2016
  • 17:31

Targeting top performance

WITH volatile, low energy prices widely believed to be the new normal under the "lower for even longer"...

  • Haydn Black
  • 25 February 2016
  • 14:55
Software to support hub expansion

Software to support hub expansion

AVEVA'S software will be used for the brownfield modification of Engie's recently commissioned Cygnus...

  • Haydn Black
  • 09 February 2016
  • 16:52
Emerson sheds time-wasting

Emerson sheds time-wasting

EMERSON Process Solutions has expanded its Integrated Operations (iOps) solutions to include workflow...

  • Anthony Barich
  • 05 February 2016
  • 16:48
3D printing on the cards

3D printing on the cards

THE oil patch is set to embrace the emerging technology of 3D printing as companies scrutinise their...

  • Haydn Black
  • 14 December 2015
  • 14:25

Woodside catches Norwegian drift

WOODSIDE Petroleum has snapped up a software technology that most Norwegian operators are already using...

  • Anthony Barich
  • 30 November 2015
  • 15:56
Honeywell's remote solution

Honeywell's remote solution

THE shale boom that has turned the US oil industry on its head has also sent the number of remote assets...

  • Anthony Barich
  • 18 November 2015
  • 16:12

Slurry tech upgrades bottom of the barrel oil

ITALIAN major Eni and France's Total have entered into a special license and cooperation agreement for...

  • Haydn Black
  • 22 September 2015
  • 17:17
Santos seeks innovative edge

Santos seeks innovative edge

JUST when it seemed Santos couldn't catch a break, having sacrificed its CEO in a bid to restore investor...

  • Anthony Barich
  • 22 September 2015
  • 14:22
Price crash anniversary celebrations

Price crash anniversary celebrations

Slugcatcher reflects on the oil world as the third anniversary of the price crash looms.

Servitisation fuelling change

Servitisation fuelling change

IFS spells out how bundling packages to add value is making a comeback in the oil patch.

East Timor's new oil sunrise

East Timor's new oil sunrise

Energy News speaks to the company that has secured the rights to explore East Timor for oil.

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Slugcatcher

Woodside's potential $6.6B value gap

Woodside's potential $6.6B value gap

Slugcatcher tosses up two banks' views on where Woodside is headed.

Opinion

The merits of an Aussie Aramco

The merits of an Aussie Aramco

Credit Suisse's Aussie Aramco idea should not be so easily dismissed, veteran John Boardman says.

On the record

Expert slams 'Aussie Aramco' solution

Expert slams 'Aussie Aramco' solution

Wood Mackenzie expert slams state-owned oil company idea as solution to energy woes.

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