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  • Maritime

Open Simulation Platform

An ecosystem for collaborative digital twin simulations that will enable virtual exploration of solutions for designing, commissioning, operating and assuring complex, integrated systems.

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  • Oil and gas

Wind-powered water injection

Can wind really work for oil, and vice versa? We explain the genesis of idea of wind-powered water injection for offshore fields, and how the idea has edged towards a commercial reality.

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  • Other sectors

Data science and machine learning in an industrial context

Why many projects still fall short of expectations and how to overcome the barriers for harnessing the value of data

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  • Oil and gas

Switching a city from natural gas to hydrogen

Could hydrogen be the solution to decarbonizing the natural gas network?

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  • Oil and gas

The LNG era takes shape

The implications of the world’s rapidly growing appetite for LNG, the diversification of LNG supply and demand sources, and new dynamics at play in global gas markets.

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  • Power and renewables

Battery technologies performance-tested and ranked in new scorecard

The Battery Performance Scorecard provides independent ranking and evaluation of battery vendors based on laboratory tests

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  • Healthcare

The data scientists trying to unlock our medical future

Precision medicine hackathon: using AI to spot what doctors may miss

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  • Power and renewables

Digitalization and the future of energy

An industry study that goes beyond the hype: find out how to create value by combining digital technology, people and business strategy

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  • Manufacturers

Offshore wind: The time is now

In recent years, the world has taken major steps towards a lower-carbon energy system. However, we still have some way to go to meet internationally agreed emissions targets for combatting climate change. The good news is that, after years of impressive progress, offshore wind is now ready to become a major contributor to global energy production as well.

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  • Maritime

On the verge of autonomous and remotely-operated ships

Enabled by sensor technology, connectivity at sea, and analysis and decision support software and algorithms, the first commercial projects will soon be ready for launch

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  • Other sectors

Countering cyber-threats to gas networks

Greater connectivity between operational technology and information technology, plus the rise of digital technologies and IoT, increases vulnerabilities of oil and gas assets to cyber-attacks. The industry is looking at standards and ethical hacking to counter the risk.

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  • Other sectors

Why is carbon capture and storage so urgent right now?

For carbon capture and storage to make a meaningful impact on the decarbonization of our energy system, it must start with a bang – not a whimper. And it must start now.

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  • Maritime

Shuttle tankers in Brazil

TANKER | Shuttle tankers transport crude oil from offshore oil wells to terminals, refineries or bigger tankers where subsea pipelines are not feasible

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  • Power and renewables

Utility-scale solar PV

From big to biggest: How lowest costs will power the growth of big solar - everywhere