ENERGY TRANSITION

Robotics could cost 30% of drilling jobs 

OIL and gas jobs booms could be a thing of the past if technology keeps developing at its current speed or costs come down to allow the wide scale deployment of robots. 

A Nexxis crawler

A Nexxis crawler

  Up to 20% of oil and gas jobs, from drill deck operations to environmental inspections could be replaced by fully robotic solutions, according to analysis from Rystad Energy.    The Norwegian consultancy...

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