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The company is intensifying efforts to deploy technologies at brownfields and greenfields in an effort to raise stagnant oil and gas production, according to its CEO.
Petrobras’ business plan includes spending $6.63 billion on infrastructure and R&D, including investments in the digital transformation area.
Nexans gives insight on the changing role of umbilicals and the importance of pipeline heating to subsea flow assurance.
Partnership influences product development that reflects changes in operational demands.
The so-called USE It Act encourages carbon capture, utilization and sequestration projects with focus on technology development and adding commercial value such as for CO2 EOR.
In this episode of the Women in Energy podcast, we hear from EY’s Deborah Byers who gave us pointers on how to progress your career.
While companies are finally seeing black in the financial reports again, oil and gas jobs are still lagging, a Conference Board of Canada study revealed.
As Brazil’s offshore segment flourishes, onshore opportunities have not gained much attention. But the Brazilian government is working to make its onshore assets more attractive.
Barclays says its survey of the top 40 U.S. onshore producers shows preliminary upstream budgets up by 9% so far this year.
Giving vendors access to performance data could bring operators significant benefits while ushering new business models into the supply chain.
A couple of companies are testing ocean wave-driven devices to power subsea equipment. Ocean Power Technologies CEO speaks about the technology.
About 30 major projects will reach FID this year as companies lower costs, pursue smaller project footprints and step up use of subsea tiebacks and existing infrastructure, according to an energy consultancy.