Courtesy: Emerson
Oil and Gas November 24, 2020

IT/OT convergence helps upstream and midstream operations pivot to meet new realities

World events impose changes on upstream and midstream oil & gas operations, but IT/OT convergence and digitalization helps users adapt

By Denka Wangdi and Darrell Halterman
Petroleum engineering graduate researcher Marcus Elliott is mapping shale reservoirs using cost-efficient methods. Courtesy: Justin Baetge, Texas A&M University
Oil and Gas October 20, 2020

Merging mapping methods to find invisible shale cracks

A student researcher at Texas A&M is using the combination of electrical currents, called electromagnetics, and data from tightly-focused microseismic measurements to accurately render existing natural fracture networks in shale rock.

By Nancy Luedke
Courtesy: GlobalData
Oil and Gas October 19, 2020

Augmented reality can disrupt traditional operations in oil and gas industry

Augmented reality is an evolving technology with the potential to cause major changes to traditional oil and gas operations.

By GlobalData
Courtesy: Sulzer
Oil and Gas October 20, 2020

How to optimize offshore pump performance and reliability

Asset reliability and performance are the two most important factors for the oil and gas sector but as processes change and equipment ages, optimizing uptime can become a greater challenge.

By Daniela Haldenwang
Source: OOC Subsea Leak Detection Working Group, Advanced Monitoring Subcommittee
Oil and Gas September 29, 2020

Think leak first

By Raouf J. Hadad, P.E., MBA and Han Hsien Seah, MEng
Courtesy: US Bolt Manufacturing
Oil and Gas June 3, 2020

The importance of API 20E and API 20F bolting standards

By Tom Goin
Courtesy: Frank’s International
Oil and Gas December 2, 2020

Standardization and modularity to drive operations efficiency

By Amy Farrar