A technician monitors methane at an oil and gas site in Colorado. Courtesy: Colorado University.
Coronavirus, COVID-19 June 16, 2022

Laser technology works to plug methane gas leaks

Colorado researchers are using laser technology to detect natural gas, which is invisible to the eye, leaking from pipes at sites, in real time.

By Daniel Strain
AI & Machine Learning November 29, 2022

Operationalize machine learning at the edge

Overcome the obstacles facing the oil & gas industry with the Internet of Things (IoT), which has had a major impact.

By Jason McCampbell

AI/ML goes mainstream

May 17, 2021
Analytics October 5, 2022

Maximizing prescriptive analytics to reach sustainability

Organizations seeking to retain prescriptive information and use it for future events can store this data directly in a self-service advanced analytics solution.

By Thomas Claes
The infrastructure on the vessels subscribed to the Purdue Model of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, which meant the information was protected and could travel up the chain.
Automation September 8, 2022

Modernizing SCADA vessel control systems with Ignition

Setting out to make better use of data and workflows in the remote, a maritime company adopts data-driven technology.

By Arlen Nipper
Engineered Materials August 21, 2018

China to lead global propylene growth, according to report

By GlobalData
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
IT July 8, 2022

Colonial Pipeline fined almost $1 million

By Erin Anderson
The Cornell University Borehole Observatory, located on a Cornell-owned gravel parking lot near Palm Road. Courtesy of: Cornell University
Machinery & Equip July 17, 2022

Borehole to reveal viability of campus’s geothermal future

By David Nutt
Courtesy: Brett Sayles
Production & SCM April 27, 2022

UniversalAutomation.Org welcomes oil and gas giant

By UniversalAutomation.org