The successful evolution of battery technologies is essential for the success of electric vehicles. Here, Andrew Williams rounds-up some of the latest developments, including the emergence of ‘nomadic’ battery units.
This month’s issue of Petroleum Review begins with a look at how the international oil and gas sector is looking to transition to a low carbon future. We assess how central banks are positioning themselves to regulate the process, and highlight a call for fossil fuel companies to disclose pot...
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) plans to invest £4mn on new technology development projects in 2000. ITF was launched in September 1999 and comprises 17 North Sea operators. Its aim is to promote the rapid development of innovative technology through collaborative funding.
A DTI Basic Technologies Study led by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) and including participation by the Energy Institute, is looking at the uses of radio frequency identification (RFID) in various other sectors to see whether there is the potential to transfer the technologies to the oil ...
Roxar, technology solutions provider to the upstream industry has announced the divestment of its flare metering and measurement business to newly independent Norwegian-based technology company Fluenta.
OG21 is an R&D coordination initiative of the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. The article outlines how the initiative is addressing the challenges of technology development within the Norwegian oil and gas sector.
Aspen Technology has launched a new Internet portal for the process industries. ProcessCity.com provides process industry-specific news and event information, professional discussion forums and access to online applications, consultant expertise and solution providers.