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05th April 2013
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LATEST OIL AND GAS TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Evy Glørstad, Senior Vice President Exploration and Reservoir in Aker BP.
Aker BP has been offered interests in 10 new production licenses in Norway, of which 8 as operator, through the Awards in pre-defined areas (APA 2020) licensing round.
ReLineDL open-hole expandable liner brings old well back to life
Coretrax, the global well integrity and production optimisation leader, has marked a significant milestone with the first deployment of its expandable liner technology in Norway since acquiring Mohawk Energy
EnerMech has appointed Steven Muir to a newly created post of IT director.
The leading representative body for the UK offshore oil and gas industry is appointing two directors to lead its newly created External Relations and Communications directorates aimed at supporting the current and evolving needs of OGUK’s members as the sector transitions towards a low carbon future.
William Hackett has released an industry report to help minimise the risk of Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE) and Stress Induced Corrosion Cracking (SICC)
AVEVA has signed an agreement to help accelerate Shell Global Solutions International’s digital transformational strategy by deploying AVEVA’s cloud software solutions.
After negotiations with its partners in BM-S-11 Consortium, Shell Brasil Petróleo (25%) and Petrogal Brasil (10%), Petrobras has signed a commitment to purchase platform P-71, subject to the foregoing conditions related to milestones in the unit's physical progress.
A new interactive mapping application that reveals the location of every energy-related site in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) is expected to bring real benefits for exploration and the search for carbon storage locations.

OIL & GAS TECHNOLOGY INTERVIEWS

Offshore energy can do more for worker long-term health

Remote locations, long hours, harsh weather conditions, restricted living quarters – these things can be tough mentally and physically for workers in the energy sectors. While the entry requirements for offshore jobs rigorously test physical resilience – including offshore survival and firefighting courses, emergency response training, and swimming training – little is done to support employees with factors that contribute to long-term health.

 

The Opportunity for Digital Disruption in Downstream

Ann Sun, Vice President, Market Development; Atomiton

Ann Sun, Vice President of Market Development at Atomiton looks at the opportunities for digital disruption in the downstream oil & gas sector

 

How digital twins will drive innovation in the energy sector

digital twins

Anne-Marie Walters, industry marketing director, oil and gas and manufacturing at Bentley Systems explains how digital twins are coming of age within the energy sector

 

Creating a cognitive enterprise

Janet White, UK & Ireland Oil and Gas Industry Leader at IBM

Janet White, UK & Ireland Oil and Gas Industry Leader at IBM, talks about the impact creating a cognitive enterprise will have on the industry in the future

 

Multi-cloud on the horizon - the opportunity for the Oil & Gas industry

Elena Mariotti, Associate Partner at IBM Global Business Services, and Subject Matter Expert in Digital Transformation and Cloud Services for Industrial Clients talks about the transformational benefits multi-cloud will bring to the Oil & Gas (O&G) sector

 

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