TECHNOLOGY

EnerMech lands FLNG work

EnerMech lands FLNG work

Scottish firm secures latest Prelude pre-commissioning contract.

SPIE in Montara win

SPIE to help ensure Montara safety going forward.

21 March 2017

Sponge could revolutionise spill clean-up

A new sponge-like material could be used to mop up troublesome subsurface oil spills.

15 March 2017

Green shoots appearing

Subsea company's growth across three regions hints at broader optimism.

13 March 2017
Chevron Bight work progresses

Chevron Bight work progresses

Chevron is now pondering Tier 1 contractors for its planned GAB campaign.

ConocoPhillips to test new drilling tech

ConocoPhillips believes multi-lateral wells are the wave of the future for tight oil plays.

21 March 2017

Baker Hughes' industry-first drill bit

Baker Hughes keeps pushing the R&D envelop amid takeover.

15 March 2017

Stork consolidates

Fluor's new subsidiary forms one-stop shop on eastern seaboard.

09 March 2017
Iraq collaboration shows the way

Iraq collaboration shows the way

Ground-breaking hybrid digital connectivity tech launched in Iraq.

Wanted: Grid innovators

ABB casts net out for innovators to 'write the future of energy'.

06 March 2017

Shell backs Fugro game-changer

Shell, Furgo join forces to get to help map the remaining 85% of the world's oceans.

21 February 2017

IoT to accelerate Oz oilers

Technology firms collaborate to help oil sector's digitisation.

16 February 2017
ABB's next-gen solution

ABB's next-gen solution

US' oil patch just got stronger, with ABB launching a series of high-tech hardware out of Houston.

AOG2017: Woodside farming its way to success

Woodside CIO says farming, water and power sectors gave oiler a head start in innovation.

24 February 2017

CSG satellite boost

Qld firm develops new network to track CSG, LNG and oil assets.

09 February 2017

ROV step change

Nortek fuses ROV and AOV tech help oilers' activities at greater depths.

06 February 2017

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Slugcatcher and the risk of a price war

Slugcatcher and the risk of a price war

The Slug looks at CERAWeek 2017.

Opinion

Jay Plan rearranging chairs on Titanic

Jay Plan rearranging chairs on Titanic

Kopcheff warns Victoria and NSW are following the same path as his struggling home state, SA.

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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