Cybersecurity February 8, 2020

The most infamous cyber-attacks on industrial systems

Cybersecurity attacks are designed to undermine the integrity of critical processes

By Kevin Parker
Left: Daniel “Kwasi” Adjekum, an assistant professor of aviation in UND’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences; Right: Vamegh Rasouli, UND Continental Resources Distinguished Professor of Petroleum Engineering. Courtesy: University of North Dakota/ISSSource
Oil and Gas February 21, 2020

Aviation, offshore drilling research teams collaborate to improve safety

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has awarded University of North Dakota researchers a grant to develop a program designed to improve offshore safety culture in the oil and gas industry.

By Gregory Hale
Events and Awards December 9, 2019

Award winners recognized

Oil & Gas Engineering announces the winners of the 2019 Product of the Year awards

By Kevin Parker
Figure 2: Orifice plate being removed for inspection and possible replacement to different beta. Courtesy: Emerson
Oil and Gas July 25, 2019

Five reasons orifice meters lead the way

Modern flowmeters are a network node too.

By Steve Ifft
Figure 3: The new control center was created quickly. Courtesy: Inductive Automation
System Integrators December 17, 2019

Short timeline for automation infrastructure

By Jim Meyers
Figure 2: Ultrasonic corrosion sensors are permanently installed on this crude tower overhead line. Insulation is subsequently replaced around the sensor legs. Courtesy: Emerson Automation Solutions
Maintenance February 4, 2020

Insidious corrosion of fixed equipment detected via predictive maintenance

By Jake Davies, Ph.D.
Courtesy: Steve Rourke, CFE Media
Oil and Gas February 24, 2020

Oil and gas deals drop in January

By GlobalData