Technology

The ‘connected worker’: the future of the oil and gas workforce


Operations and maintenance activities on Australia’s natural gas infrastructure is expected to grow substantially by 2020. So how can gas companies ensure efficient and cost-effective solutions for the workforce responsible for undertaking these operations?

Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel has unveiled a blueprint to optimise the National Electricity Market as a world-class electricity system that can serve the needs of today and rise to the challenges of tomorrow.

Digitally related business opportunities have the potential to unlock approximately US$1.6 trillion of value for the oil and gas industry, its customers and for society, states a new report from Accenture and the World Economic Forum.

Gas Today caught up with Siemens Vice President – Oil and Gas Strategy Thomas Sparks to discuss the benefits of digitisation for gas companies, and how Siemens is using new technologies to enhance its capabilities.

Queensland expands drill core storage and access


Queensland’s resources exploration industry now has access to more geological information thanks to a $5 million expansion of the state government’s Exploration Data Centre.

Winter edition of Gas Today out now


The latest edition of Gas Today is now available – access your digital edition at the link below.

Oil and gas projects can benefit greatly from the aerospace industry and save millions of dollars in the process, according to Ernst and Young State Category Entrepreneur of the Year, former Air Force fighter pilot and co-founder and CEO of Nova Systems Jim Whalley.

Woodside and Monash University have teamed up to launch a new Innovation Centre in Melbourne, aiming to drive significant advances in the energy sector.

The Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT) is holding a Technical Forum on Friday 24 June 2016 from 3–5.30 pm at Harbour Kitchen in Melbourne's Docklands.

Reimagining Australia’s shale gas revolution


The polarised arguments about shale gas are inhibiting constructive debate on the role of unconventional gas in Australia’s energy future.

Key to LNG success in Australia is collaboration: John Anderson


Asia Pacific’s dizzying levels of growth are expected to fuel Australia’s LNG sector but collaboration is crucial if gas exploration and production companies in Australia are to capitalise on the...

Gas industry must do business differently to meet sustainability targets: DNV GL


Pressure is mounting on the global oil and gas industry to reduce environmental footprint at the same time as the industry is under significant cost pressure. DNV GL has launched...

Germany’s gas and renewables integration: what can we learn?


The conversion of renewable energy into gas is an exciting new technology, currently making ground in European markets. Gas Today speaks to the Chairman of the German Technical and Scientific...

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