Production & SCM
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.
The pandemic is hitting the oil and gas industry hard, but there are glimmers of hope on the horizon.
Standard specifies requirements for alloy and carbon steel bolting
New technology allows “social distancing” for essential workers in the field, allowing them to understand, plan and coordinate effectively from home.
University of Michigan researchers found offshore energy platforms in the Gulf of Mexico are emitting more methane than previously thought.
Rice University experts at the Baker Institute for Public Policy argue in an issue brief that the trade deal with the U.S. and China should be reinterpreted to allow for better long-term benefits relating to oil and gas.
Rice University researchers reveal the critical role of molecular confinement in interpreting nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), which will lead to better interpretation by the oil and gas industry.
How will the technology landscape evolve in the still-to-be-determined “new normal”?