Winter is coming. Why a lack of natural gas pipelines may cause a spike in NY-NE electricity costs this year.
For many pipeline operators, especially those contemplating new facilities, the landscape has changed with society and local communities becoming less tolerant of the development of new pipelines projects and infrastructure.
IHS Markit says how oil and gas companies becoming hyper specialists is driving efficiency but increasing the vulnerability of companies to events.
Stephen Webb, Metegrity, looks at how digitalisation can be used in pipeline construction projects to obtain improved quality assurance, project efficiency and overall ROI.
The "European Automation and Control Solutions Market in Oil and Gas Industry, Forecast to 2022" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
What would no deal mean, asks Professor Paul de Leeuw, Director, Robert Gordon University (RGU) Oil and Gas Institute, Aberdeen.
Rosemary Ioannou, Managing Director, Vannin Capital, explains how recent European Commission decisions mean companies in the oil and gas sector can claim for damages against European truck manufacturers engaged in anti-competitive behaviour.
A new report from IHS Markit claims that Europe’s increasing LNG import capacity and a series of new pipelines integrating the continent to global markets will compensate for declining indigenous supply sources.
This special report, authored by Richard Fish, Asset Integrity Specialist, demonstrates the importance of integrity manuals when it comes to combating asset corrosion.
Geospatial Corporation have utilised innovative data collection and mapping solutions in the Permian Basin of below and aboveground pipelines.
This report by Richard Fish, Metegrity, outlines how to avoid asset information silos, heightened risk, and loss of containment by using asset integrity management (AIM).