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Controversial metals-rich nodules sitting on the seafloor could hold the key to increased battery production needed to support the energy transition.
Paraffin deposition on the meters measuring produced water volumes causes inaccurate readings. New technology solutions enable lasting accuracy in the place of routine maintenance that provides a temporary solution.
Geologists have identified a formation with a world-changing potential for carbon dioxide storage, but some engineering is required.
To explore motor vehicle safety, the agency is conducting interviews with workers as well as focus groups with managers and supervisors.
Where health, safety, and environmental efforts are focused must create value for the organization.
This paper’s proposal is based on the need to communicate commands, requests, affirmations, and more with precision and accuracy. Creating an architecture for rig communications is essential for the next generation of engineers and operators to work more safely and more efficiently.
A recent report released from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine shows improvement in measurement and management of systemic risk in Gulf of Mexico oil and gas operations but adds that progress lags in some areas.
Companies licensed to drill in the North Sea will report their findings to regulators under new powers brought forward in an Energy Bill amendment.
The agreement seeks to accelerate the deployment of new technology to produce green and low-carbon hydrogen and graphene.
The authors of this paper discuss deep closed-loop geothermal systems as an alternative to traditional enhanced geothermal systems for green energy production that is globally scalable and dispatchable.
The upstream oil and gas industry continues to drive innovation in its quest to solve the monumental challenge of supplying energy to the world in an affordable, secure, and sustainable way.
The large US shale producer has officially entered into the renewable energy sector with its largest venture investment yet.
Shell is splitting up its renewables and low-carbon division as part of CEO Wael Sawan's shake-up to boost the energy giant's returns.
The largest US oil producer laid out to investors the aims of its emerging energy transition strategy in a meeting with Wall Street.
The Gas Growth Integrated Project will capture and supply flare gas to generate electricity and treat seawater to manage pressure in oil wells in Iraq’s Basra region.
This paper presents the oil spill contingency plan adopted by Pertamina to protect sensitive areas on and around Java, the world’s most populous island.
Scepter, ExxonMobil Team With AWS To Address Methane Emissions Through Space-Based Monitoring and Advanced Data ScienceThe collaboration expects to redefine methane detection and contribute to emission-reduction efforts across dozens of industries, including energy, agriculture, manufacturing, and transportation.
A new study that analyzed 17 years of migratory bird-nesting data in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, revealed that nest survival decreased significantly near high-use oil and gas infrastructure and its related noise, dust, traffic, air pollution, and other disturbances.
More than 200 inactive oil and natural gas wells in New Mexico have been plugged as land managers have tried to crack down on producers as part of an accountability and enforcement program.
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