Production & SCM
The Department of Energy has awarded a $3 million cooperative agreement to develop a new low-cost process to convert the natural gas that is commonly flared at industrial sites, which could improve energy efficiency and the environment.
How the oil & gas industry can mitigate catastrophic subsea leaks
When other methods fail, AI is a critical finding and solving tool
Themes drove a majority of the oil and gas mergers and acquisitions throughout 2019, according to GlobalData.
Phononics can help monitor aging pipeline infrastructure to give information infrastructure operators better data to work with.
Who will win gold in 2020? Oil & Gas Engineering announces the finalists for its 4th annual Product of the Year competition.
Argonne National Laboratory's GoMed project is one of three U.S.-Israel Energy Center that will enhance energy security in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Membrane technology developed by researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Imperial College London and ExxonMobil could reduce carbon emissions and energy intensity associated with refining crude oil.
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are advancing gas membrane materials to expand practical technology options for reducing industrial carbon emissions produced by fossil fuel industries.
Texas A&M University researchers have developed an analytical procedure that can be used in spreadsheets to predict the amount of oil and gas that can be recovered from newly drilled wells.