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Month: April 2022

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Growth of LNG infrastructure increases need for condition monitoring

Right now, billions of dollars are being invested in LNG infrastructure. With the growth of LNG has come improved technology. The technology to make assets more efficient and operating costs…

Shell to acquire Sprng Energy group, one of India’s leading renewable power platforms

Shell Overseas Investment B.V., a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell plc (Shell), today signed an agreement with Actis Solenergi Limited (Actis) to acquire 100% of Solenergi Power Private Limited for…

PETRONAS Withdraws from Yetagun Field Offshore Myanmar

PETRONAS’ subsidiaries, PETRONAS Carigali Myanmar Inc (PCMI) and PC Myanmar (Hong Kong) Limited (PCML) announced their withdrawal from Blocks M12, M13 and M14 located in the Yetagun field, offshore Myanmar.…

Fuel Production of Pertamina Plaju Refinery in Quarter I 2022 Exceeds Target

PT Kilang Pertamina Internasional Plaju Refinery Unit III (Pertamina Plaju Refinery) recorded production that exceeded the first quarter of 2022 target. Until March 2022, the realization of Oil Fuel (BBM)…

How will offshore support vessel market perform in a post-COVID world?

As the world attempts to achieve balance in the face of an ongoing global energy crisis, the offshore support vessel market is poised to witness a distinguished growth spell. While…

Shell chartered LNG tanker fitted with SOL-X safety management solution – SAFEVUE.ai

SOL-X, a leading Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) safety management technology company, is pleased to announce the evaluation of SAFEVUE.ai by Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited (Shell), a…

Acteon realigns to accelerate offshore renewables growth

Acteon announces a new structure to further accelerate its growth in offshore renewables. Three new client-facing service divisions, Data and Robotics, Engineering, Moorings and Foundations, and Energy Services, represent a…

Pickles Oil & Gas partner with DIGATEX to use Inventory Hub to deliver a circular sustainable marketplace that reduces waste

Pickles Oil & Gas has entered into an agreement with DIGATEX to use Inventory Hub to fulfil transactions between operators; providing purchasing efficiency, transparency, and an arm’s length auditable process.…

The Role Of Gas In Our Clean Energy Transition

Recent progress in Mineral Resources’ conventional gas exploration program includes positive signs at our Lockyer Deep 1 project in the onshore Perth Basin. Our Executive General Manager Energy, Shelley Robertson,…

Equinor and APT aim to cut downhole costs

Equinor and Applied Petroleum Technology (APT) have joined forces in a R&D project that aims to replace costly downhole sampling and logging with more cost-efficient solutions. “How can we extract…

Fugro ROAMES™ Digitises Power Network Management In New Zealand

Fugro has delivered a digitised power network management system to Waipa Networks (Waipa) in New Zealand, improving safety and reliability across their entire distribution network. Waipa, assisted by Utilligent, a…