In our continuing focus on decommissioning on the UK continental shelf, Kyla Mandel examines a recent study on the atmospheric hazards of depleted wells in British waters
The fact is, most companies just don’t know what to do with the majority of the data they’re collecting. So it just sits there.
Demand-driven data is what companies should strive for. In this article, John Woodhouse highlights the pre-preparation and realisation needed to make this process work.
The oil and gas world has changed immensely since the oil price crash in 2014, changing the way that companies have approached their long-established contract processes.
In this survey, we are asking for five minutes of your time to let us know how the past two years have affected the growth of your contracts. As a thank you, we will send you an infographic of the results once they have been collated.
Successful asset management is predicated on a clear understanding of the intention of the system prior to implementation. John Woodhouse points to four main mistakes that businesses make when putting in place EAM software and offers ways to avoid these derailments
In John Woodhouse’s continuing series on the science of asset management, he identifies why a system to manage assets is so detrimentally-confused with maintenance software
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the business sphere at an ever-accelerating rate. In Sirisha Paladhi’s second article on the subject, she looks at several areas in which the proper use of AI techniques could be the major differentiators between competing companies
The most violent storm in more than a decade has left the world’s largest crude oil refining nation reeling. In the wake of the first major hurricane to make landfall since 2005, the buckling of US energy infrastructure has sent shockwaves throughout the nation and gasoline prices soaring.
As the global oil and gas industry climbs out of the trough of a two-year-long slump, Sirisha Paladhi takes a look at how applications of artificial intelligence (AI) could be a godsend for a sector that has been slammed by falling profits.
IT has become the backbone of most modern enterprise, facilitating the entire business journey. In this article, John Woodhouse illustrates four areas in which IT can be a key enabler for asset-heavy organisations
In the final part in his series on asset management, John Woodhouse proposes a new way of thinking about the asset journey and the realities to confront along the way