OGIC Project Case Study: Xodus Group with University of Dundee Analysis methods and design guidance for the removal of subsea structures Xodus Group offers engineering and advisory support for oil and gas upstream operators and renewable energy developers worldwide. Recognising the need to develop new processes and technology for the emerging decommissioning market, Xodus sought to … Continued
We have now published our case studies Flip Book, showcasing numerous examples of companies collaborating with Scottish Universities, alongside OGIC support, to complete innovative projects.OGIC Case Studies
OGIC are delighted to be funding the Nikon XT H 225/320 LC system x-ray microtomography in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde and the University of Glasgow. To learn more about this system click here, and here. To enquire about using it please contact Alice Macente on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cognitive Geology engaged with OGIC and selected the University of Strathclyde as its academic partner.
Supported by OGIC and working with Heriot-Watt University’s Ocean Systems Lab (OSL) Hydrason is developing two low-frequency (LF) variants of its Wideband Sonar (WBS) system.
Cadherent, specialise in delivering engineering design, draughting, 3D laser survey and multi-media including visualisation/animation predominantly for the international oil and gas industry.
Blueshift engaged with OGIC to support the development of the Polymer Aerogel Blanket, and selected the University of Strathclyde as its academic partner.
The first project approved for funding by OGIC has been completed and saw Hydrasun working with the University of Strathclyde on the testing of an innovative well intervention solution. Hydrasun is a leading specialist provider of integrated fluid transfer, power and control solutions to the energy, petrochemical, marine and utilities industries worldwide. The company … Continued
Funded by the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC), this exciting new addition to Aberdeen’s existing rock mechanics and petrophysical equipment will be housed in a newly-refurbished laboratory in the Meston Building on the Old Aberdeen campus (King’s College) of the University.