Who will win gold in 2020? Oil & Gas Engineering announces the finalists for its 4th annual Product of the Year competition.
North Carolina State University researchers engineered a catalyst that can more efficiently convert ethane into ethylene, which is used in a variety of manufacturing processes including plastics and shale gas.
Multiphase fraction and conductivity meter offers a commercially viable alternative to traditional well testing
Safe work practices and PPE has significantly decreased U.S. workplace electrical fatalities.
Rice University researchers have found microscopic saltwater droplets emulsify crude oil when each has the right composition, which can enhance oil recovery.
Texas A&M University researchers have found the presence of kerogen plays a vital role in how easily carbon dioxide can travel through shale reservoirs, which could help oil and gas companies reap larger oil recoveries.
System integrator assembled a diverse collection of technologies to meet an aggressive schedule.
Simcoa used ABB’s submersible inspection robot service, TXplore, to perform an internal inspection for one of their power transformers that was leaking oil.
The evolution of hydraulic transmission technology in the pressure pumping market.
The Southwest Research Institute's (SwRI) LotusFlo, is a superhydrophobic coating to keep offshore drilling pipes from being clogged by various substances.