When plant engineers at a major midstream natural gas pipeline and processing company needed to install new piping and vessels in their facility, they asked Bridgeport, W.Va.-based I3 Engineering and Consulting to provide an engineering design for the project.
As owner-operators of oil and gas facilities increasingly turn to laser scanning to extend the life of their assets, U.S.-based contractor Ariosh has secured a valuable competitive advantage by pioneering the technology in West Africa.
For three days in October, Essen, Germany, served as the center of the world—or at least, the center of how the geospatial community looks at the world.
From Oct. 8-10, the city in the Ruhr area of western Germany hosted Intergeo, one of the premier conferences for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. With a history dating back to the eighth century and roots in industry and religion, Essen focused its attention on the geospatial world—for a few days at least.
Researchers at Centre for Integrated Petroleum Research (CIPR), a joint venture between the University of Bergen (UiB) and Uni Research, have found a new method – using drones to map new oil reserves from the air.