Tests are underway into how automated machines can be utilised for dangerous offshore operations. An automated robot is set to be transferred to an offshore oil platform in the North Sea this year.
According to the GETI report, over 80% of oil and gas professionals would consider relocating to another region. What regions are seen as the most attractive to oil and gas professionals and what are the main reasons for wanting to move to these favoured locations?
The Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) has confirmed it will invest into a series of projects which have the capabilities to reduce overall operational costs as well as enhance the efficiency of the UK oil and gas sector.
From supermajors to small independent operators, new digital solutions are being implemented in areas as diverse as geological surveying, drilling, and refining. The result is significant efficiency gains and cost savings.
Total SA has announced it will pay $1.45 billion for stakes in two offshore fields in Abu Dhabi.
Gavin Peavoy, Managing Director at NES Global Talent, an industry-leading recruitment agency provides insights into the future of the energy market.
The Italian based major, Eni SpA has confirmed agreements to commence oil exploration at two oil blocks off the coastline of Abu Dhabi
Which specific benefits will digitalisation and automation bring to the oil and gas industry and will this shift towards technology improve levels of happiness?
President Trump’s recent plan to impose a 25% import tariff on steel may well be a positive development for the likes of OPEC and Russia.
President Trump has recently threatened to impose an embargo on Venezuelan oil, which causes significant damage to the nation.
Darren Grainger, Managing Director at NES Global Talent, an industry-leading recruitment agency with almost twenty years’ experience in the Middle Eastern energy sector reveals his predictions for the ME energy market in 2018, including potential vacancy “hot-spots” for power and oil and gas talent.
The GETI report suggests a third of oil and gas professionals are happier now than three years ago.
The rise in US crude oil production seems to be continuing despite a recent slowdown in the momentum regarding the rise of oil prices.
Recent news that Suncor has prepared to pay approximately £40 million to buy into a 100 million barrel oil field discovered by Faroe Petroleum is welcoming news to oil businesses in Scotland.
Oil and gas production levels in the North Sea region have been forecast to contribute nearly £1bn in tax this financial year as the industry sees a significant transformation due to a rapid increase in oil prices.
Energy Jobline interviews with Susana Baptista, Senior Associate at Alltek Global, a worldwide leader in senior executive search solutions within energy and reveals some of the 15-year-strong company's plans for 2018.
OPEC has voiced its concern of how the possibility of another surge of shale oil could impact production cuts. The International Energy Agency expects the US oil industry to increase dramatically this year as prices increase.
The World Bank which currently provides nearly $60 billion USD a year in financial support to developing nations has announced it will be removing its support towards the oil and gas industry.
The energy industry minister of UAE believes 2018 will be the year the oil markets will see a complete balance between supply and demand levels.
President Trump has confirmed new plans to enable drilling activity off nearly all of the offshore coastline including protected regions within the Atlantic, Arctic, and Pacific areas.