technology | Egypt Oil & Gas

Wintershall Dea Invests in Wellstarter to Improve Well Flow Monitoring

Wintershall Dea has invested in Norway-based firm Wellstarter, a provider of smart well flow diagnostics.

Schlumberger, Sintela Sign Agreement to Develop Fiber-Optic Solutions

Schlumberger and Sintela announced that they have signed an agreement to cooperate on developing edge-enabled fiber-optic solutions for multiple industrial markets.

Eni, Holcim Collaborates on Developing CO2 Utilization Technology

Eni has collaborated with Holcim to develop an innovative technology for CO2 utilization for decarbonization purposes.

PETRONAS, SumiSaujana Sign CI4 Technology Deal at ADIPEC

On the sidelines of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2021, PETRONAS Technology Ventures Sdn Bhd (PTVSB)  signed a Commercialization Agreement with SumiSaujana TCM Chemicals ...

Baker Hughes, Ekona To Speed Up Low-Carbon Hydrogen Solutions Development

Baker Hughes has announced that it will invest in Ekona Power, a growth stage company developing novel turquoise hydrogen production technology, to accelerate developing hydrogen and low-carbon natural gas solutio ...

Neptune Energy Digitizes Five Offshore Platforms

Neptune Energy utilizes Digital Twins on five of its operated offshore platforms in the Dutch, Norwegian, and UK North Sea.

ADNOC Achieves $1.1 B in Digitalization

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), announced that its Thamama Centre of Excellence achieved $1.1 billion in advanced technology and digitalization since its launched in 2017 to respond rapidly to market t ...

ICT Becomes Integral to the Petroleum Industry

Information and communications technology (ICT) should be leveraged as an integral part of any industrial progress.

Sabic, Eni Ink Agreement to Develop Natural Gas Conversion Technology

Using this technology, natural gas will be converted into synthesis gas which can be turned into high value fuels and chemicals.

Saudi Aramco Increases Investment in Tech Research

Saudi Aramco has doubled its scientific employee base to 1,300, and has greatly increased its patented technologies over the past five years.

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