Canary Labs has entered into a partnership with alarm management solutions provider Exele Information Systems to create a new product, ‘TopView for Canary’ to alert operators to pre-defined anomalies ‘before they become serious.’
FEI and the University of Oklahoma are to collaborate on the establishment of the ‘FEI-OU pore scale characterization laboratory,’ at the Mewborne School of petroleum and geological engineering. Research will focus on the development of quantitative methods to classify shales and the economic assessment of tight oil and gas plays. The collaboration agreement includes FEI’s Helios NanoLab 650, DualBeam and QEMSCAN automated mineralogy tool.
Eni Norge is to manage engineering data with Intergraph’s SmartPlant Enterprise Solutions in the Barents Sea Goliat field, in climate-challenging conditions. SmartPlant Foundation, SmartPlant Instrumentation and SmartPlant P&ID will also be used. SmartPlant was also selected by Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Company (a joint-operating company of Petronas Carigali, ConocoPhillips and Shell) for gas fields offshore Malaysia.
Petrofac’s joint venture with Mubadala Petroleum, Petrofac Emirates, has been awarded a US$500 million onshore engineering, procurement and construction contract by ADCO for expansion of compression facilities at the Bab Field, south-west of Abu Dhabi city.
Kongsberg has been awarded a ‘significant’ offshore integrated monitoring and control system contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering for four Transocean new-build drill ships, with an option on another six units.
KSS Fuels has entered into a partnership with Petrolview of The Netherlands to combine service station and fuel price data and location intelligence analytics and performance forecasting. KSS also announced the addition of Miller Oil and Schmuckal Oil to its cloud-based fuels pricing solution, PriceNet Cloud.
Wood Group Mustang has been selected by Williams to provide survey, engineering, design and program management for its Purity Pipeline projects.
SCDM Energie has adopted Paradigm’s Skua subsurface suite and the Geolog formation evaluation solution as its corporate standards for reservoir modeling and petrophysical analysis.
Technip has been awarded a ‘substantial’ (€100 to €250 million ) lump-sum contract by ExxonMobil for the development of the Julia field.
FMC Technologies has received a $26 million order from ConocoPhillips Australia for the supply of subsea equipment to the Bayu Undan Phase 3 project. FMC also received subsea equipment orders from ExxonMobil for its Julia development, from Anadarko for Heidelberg field and from Shell for a portfolio of Gulf of Mexico projects.
John Crane Production Solutions, a subsidiary of John Crane, has been awarded a four-year contract extension to supply artificial lift equipment and services to all of OMV Petrom’s operations in Romania.
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