Sperry Drilling, a Halliburton business, announced the release of the 9-1/2-inch Azimuthal Lithodensity (ALD™) service, providing real-time density measurements and images in boreholes up to 17-1/2 inches.
22 August 2016 , 00:081193
DNV GL has welcomed the world's largest semi-submersible drilling rig into class recently. Ocean Greatwhite is 123 metres long and 78 metres wide and was delivered at Hyundai Heavy Industries in Ulsan, South Korea.
15 August 2016 , 00:07621
Halliburton announced the release of the CALIBR engineered flowback service, which applies advanced diagnostics and a collaborative workflow to continuously manage flowback operations to improve well productivity.
07 August 2016 , 21:05859
A new study look into the quest for sustainable fuel, and how solar energy can be transformed into exactly this. The new procedure uses the sun's thermal energy to convert carbon dioxide and water directly into synthetic fuel.
01 August 2016 , 11:55542
Snowden described the device on July 21, 2016, during a presentation at a Massachusetts Institute of Technology event. It was the first time that Snowden, who currently lives in Russia, presented original research at a U.S. university.
25 July 2016 , 12:36693
The new MTU gas marine engine, the first from Rolls-Royce, has already successfully completed 3,000 hours on the test bench.
18 July 2016 , 11:24785
The commissioning ceremony of a production unit for BIOROS, a new oil biodegradation agent, took place at the facility of the Safe Technologies company in St. Petersburg.
11 July 2016 , 09:30592
The Gazprom Neft Joint Scientific and Research Centre, as part of a consortium of leading Russian academic institutions, has completed its adaptation of a unique technology for well-core (formation sample) analysis on the strata of the Bazhenov formation.
04 July 2016 , 10:25680
Uranium mining in Australia is polluting the Antarctic, about 6,000 nautical miles away.
30 June 2016 , 20:05487
A new way of recycling millions of tons of plastic garbage into liquid fuel has been devised by researchers from the University of California, Irvine and the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (SIOC) in China.
23 June 2016 , 11:49798
Hydraulic fracturing, a widely used method for extracting oil and gas from otherwise impenetrable shale and rock formations, involves not only underground injections composed mostly of water, but also a mixture of chemical additives.
13 June 2016 , 19:54619
The field of 'software-defined radio' (SDR) technology - a wireless communications system that implemented by means of software on a computer to replicate the work of traditional hardware - has potential in the cognitive radio and its research and development.
28 December 2015 , 12:151032
Oil won't run the world forever, but it will for the next few decades--so how do we get from here to the next energy economy?
10 April 2015 , 12:351954
The untapped arctic reserves of petroleum have been tapped.
10 April 2015 , 12:231447
Hydraulic fracturing, commonly called fracking, is a drilling technique used for extracting oil or natural gas from deep underground.
10 April 2015 , 12:171631
A pioneering flight around the world will use nothing but sunshine for fuel. In the dusty peach dawn of a desert day the Solar Impulse 2 airplane took flight at 11:12 PM Eastern time on March 8 from the United Arab Emirate of Abu Dhabi on the first leg of a bid to fly around the world exclusively powered by electricity generated from sunlight.
08 April 2015 , 17:181509
Remember when the fight against phasing out inefficient incandescent light bulbs was a big deal?
08 April 2015 , 16:49946
Concern about the impacts of petroleum as the world's major energy source has driven research into alternative energy sources, such as solar radiation, wind and biomass.
08 April 2015 , 16:37930
The City of Light's green makeover touched the iconic Eiffel Tower last week as it ramped up two onsite wind turbines.
08 April 2015 , 15:55943
Every business owner has thought many times of his/her enterprise cost price. The biggest item of expenses is fuel costs (electricity and heat). Thus the power supply is not always done in a reliable and faultless manner. Sometimes disruptions occur and the firm suffers losses.
12 August 2014 , 14:0113123