Technology & Innovation

Is artificial intelligence the future of E&P?

AI companies are lining up to work with the oil-and-gas sector, but challenges remain.

The Race to Zero Emissions Through Carbon-Capture Technology

Innovative new materials have potential applications in the oil and gas sector and beyond.

Next-gen energy technology projects get green light

Mar 12, 2020 Energy

Joint media release with Western Australia Minister for Water, Forestry, Innovation and ICT, Science, Youth, the Hon Dave Kelly MLA.

Bravery needed to lead in tech

The founder and CEO of a WA-based technology company says Australia has the capability to lead the world in oil and gas innovation and technology, but policy change and bravery within the industry are needed to do it.

Machine learning for oil & gas engineering – the digital gold mine

Jan 24, 2019 Event News

With advances in PLC and DCS technology, data collection in oil and gas process control systems has become cheaper and more plentiful in recent years, and this looks set to continue. Within these vast data stores, lies a gold mine of information that can help us better control, diagnose, and understand industrial systems.

Fin fans, how many can you afford to lose?

Jan 14, 2019 Event News

Among the hundreds of thousands of pieces of equipment utilised in this industry, the unsung workhorse has to be the humble ‘fin fans’ (or air cooled heat exchanger). There are hundreds of them in every single plant and, if a small percentage fail, the whole plant might have to be shut down.

How Blockchain can fuel the next boom in the oil & gas industry

The recent turbulence in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum has brought blockchain implementation into the public eye. At the same time, CXOs across industries are increasingly recognizing the potential value that blockchain can deliver.

Developing the oil and gas industry’s future workforce

Leading Australian employment consultancy Hays recently reported the outlook for the oil and gas industry was mainly positive, particularly in Western Australia, where there is increased growth in maintenance and sustainability.

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