Tag: oil & gas
Aurora acquires R&M Engineering
Aurora Energy Services Limited (Aurora) has acquired Huntly-based offshore services and fabrication company R&M Engineering.
Alleima receives major orders worth SEK 515M
Alleima has received two additional major orders for advanced tubes; umbilicals, for the Oil and Gas customer segment, to a total value of about...
Oil & gas: how to cope with higher demand?
The offshore oil & gas sector is faced with several hard choices: chief among these is how to meet higher demand without exceeding emission reduction targets and how to manage the transition to renewables.
ITA lauds successful completion of Grade 12 update
The International Titanium Association’s Industrial Applications Committee has confirmed that the project to update Titanium Grade 12 requirements for the ISO15156/NACE MRO175 specification has...
Oil & gas discoveries resilient in 2020
Despite concerns that Covid-19 could drive down discovered volumes to their lowest levels in decades, exploration activity has been resilient this year.
Vallourec innovates to develop X80 for sour conditions
Vallourec aims to innovate constantly to meet its clients’ demands for tubular solutions for challenging oil & gas market projects.
TUBACEX ‘s sales increase 40.3%
TUBACEX continues to have improvements in profits after the Oil & Gas sector has recovered from the worst crisis in its history.
TPG Pace Energy, EnerVest form Magnolia
TPG Pace Energy Holdings Corp. has entered into definitive agreements with certain funds managed by EnerVest, Ltd to acquire the oil and gas assets within EnerVest’s South Texas Division for approximately USD 2.
Altering perceptions: TIG welding in the oil & gas industry
Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) commonly known as tungsten inert gas welding (TIG), has always been considered to be a complicated joining process. The equipment was expensive, shielding gas of the required purity was difficult to obtain and above all, only specially trained individuals were able to complete the complex procedures. However today there are innovative, customer-focused solutions for both mechanized and automated TIG welding available.
WSP new executive for oil, gas business line
WSP Canada has appointed James Chopty as the new National Business Line Executive for Oil & Gas. James will be responsible for providing leadership, client development and strategic direction for the Oil and Gas business line nationally and will be part of WSP’s Canadian Leadership Team, working from WSP’s Calgary offices.