Category: Technology

Technip puts up $1.8B offer for French seismic company

The Paris-based oil and gas equipment supplier said it first approached CGG on Nov. 10, and that it would “like to enter into a constructive dialogue” with the company’s board of directors.  More »

Massive Siemens gas turbine takes a ride to Florida

FPL started construction on the $1.2 billion plant in the first quarter of 2014 and expects it to come online in 2016.  More »

Former NSA chief: Congress must pass cyber laws to protect energy, finance

More than half of the 200 or so cyber-attacks reported to the Department of Homeland Security’s industrial control systems emergency response team have targeted energy companies, and and economic espionage cases have more than doubled in the last 18 months.  More »

KiOR files for bankruptcy, but not Mississippi unit

Kior, Inc., the Houston-area biofuels maker that hoped to tap new technology to produce clean energy, filed for bankruptcy Sunday.  More »

Sharper satellite images could give energy industry a better view

The president of Spatial Energy says approval from the U.S. government to sell higher resolution images could mean a lot more business for the company.  More »

Anadarko hopeful West Texas midstream buy will up output

Marrying rigs, pipes and processing plants doubled Anadarko Petroleum Corp. production in Colorado’s Wattenberg field, so the oil company is betting $1.5 billion it will work again in West Texas.  More »

Getting new oil means fathoming the deep

Finding the oil is just the beginning, especially in the depths of the sea.  More »

Wireless Seismic facing patent infringement suit

The Sugar Land-based company with investment from energy giants Total and Chesapeake is facing a federal lawsuit alleging that it’s infringing on a rival firm’s patents.  More »

Commentary: Solar to be leading source of electricity by 2050?

Schneider Electric’s CMO, Chris Hummel, pondered whether the IEA’s claim that solar energy could be the leading source of electricity by 2050 was achievable. Matt Smith’s initial reaction was hum-dee-dum…not a chance! Then he thought about it and grabbed his research shovel and started digging.  More »

First-of-its-kind carbon capture plant opens in North San Antonio

Austin-based Skyonic Inc. debuted its $125 million carbon capture plant on Tuesday.  More »

Nabors earnings rise after last year’s loss

Nabors Industries collected $61 million in profit in the third quarter on higher North American drilling activity, a year after it faced losses on asset impairments and other charges.  More »

FMC Technology profit rises 46 percent

FMC Technologies on Tuesday posted a 46 percent boost to its third-quarter bottom line, largely because of a rise in subsea technology sales and its North American high-pressure fluid control business.  More »

Houston co. invents wireless device to map underground oil and gas

Wireless Seismic could be a game changer in the way companies obtain critical seismic data.  More »

Energy Department: U.S. must act now on methane emissions

The EPA and the Interior Department are considering a combination of regulations that would rein in methane, a power heat-trapping greenhouse gas.  More »

Streamlining Transparency for the Energy Network

With growing populations across the U.S., energy demand is skyrocketing, driving innovation within the pipeline industry. Many companies have turned to Internet advancements, utilizing smart sensors and software, providing nearly immediate updates. Updating our aging infrastructure with new technological innovations will ensure continued safety throughout the energy industry, and streamlining the efficiency of energy distribution. […]  More »
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