Dr Nadimul Faisal, Reader in the School of Engineering at Robert Gordon University, has four OGIC projects under his belt and is a great guide to Scotland’s innovation landscape and opportunities. So we asked him to share some insights.
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Tubular Sciences Ltd is working on new technology for connecting metal-to-metal pipelines. By developing a patented, non-threaded, non-welded connector, the Aberdeen-based microbusiness is planning to offer a cost-effective alternative to traditional welded jointing methods.
Edinburgh scientists have received funding for a pioneering study into hydrogen storage for decarbonising the UK’s energy sector.
Our CEO Ian Phillips won the prestigious Industry Leader of the Year award at this year’s P&J Gold Awards.
The Floating Wind Technology Acceleration Competition is looking for technologies that will help overcome barriers to the development of the floating offshore wind industry in Scotland.
A joint project involving researchers from the University of Aberdeen and OGIC is using artificial intelligence (AI) to unlock the “treasure trove” of raw data collected by the oil and gas industry in order to maximise economic recovery.
Established in 1898, Scottish engineering company MacTaggart, Scott & Co. Ltd. (MTS) has a long history of innovation. Its product range includes hydraulic power units for submarines; these generally use the company’s Quiet Radial Piston pump (QRP), which can run for more than 60,000 hours and withstand significant sea water contamination.
Volcanic Basin Petroleum Research UK (VBPR) specialises in research and consultancy in volcanic basins and associated petroleum prospectivity challenges. With OGIC support, it worked with the University of Aberdeen on a project to apply resonance enhanced drilling to coring.