Woodside, in tandem with BP and Japanese corporate partners MIMI, are looking into the feasibility of developing carbon capture and storage technology to offset emissions on the North West Shelf.
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has unveiled its latest state-of-the-art research facility, the Geoscience Drill Core Research Laboratory, at the Advanced Resources Research Centre in Perth.
Rig count in the Powder River basin, situated in Wyoming and Montana in the USA, has increased almost four-fold in the period from early April to mid-August during 2021.
Mitsui and PGS have signed an agreement to develop Artificial Intelligence driven solutions to image subsurface structures.
India is likely to start the operations of 85 crude oil refinery projects, accounting for about 52% of the upcoming crude oil refinery projects in Asia between 2021 to 2025, driven by rising consumption of oil and economic growth, according to GlobalData, a data and analytics company.
PGS, CGG and TGS, have combined to launch Versal – a unified seismic data ecosystem giving access to three of the world’s largest multi-client libraries via a single log-in.
Searcher Seismic has entered into a strategic partnership with PESA to incorporate, store and present its entire technical data library on GeoClerk’s advanced geo-imagery search platform.
EIG, a leading institutional investor to the global energy and infrastructure sectors, has announced it will acquire a 10% interest in Australia Pacific LNG from Origin Energy for $1.592 billion.
CGG, in a consortium with TGS and BGP, has announced a multi-client agreement with Staatsolie, the state-owned company leading the development of the energy industry in the Republic of Suriname.
PGS has entered a strategic collaboration with Magseis Fairfield to address the growing hybrid towed streamer and OBN seismic market.