Engineer Alan Phillips recently had an idea which he thought could improve the efficiency of oil & gas well construction and ultimately enhance hydrocarbon recovery. OGIC and Robert Gordon University helped him to navigate the innovation landscape.
Dr Vahid Vaziri is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Applied Dynamics Research (CADR) at the University of Aberdeen. He gave us his insights on working with industry on oil and gas research – advice we think is practical and valuable for researchers and businesses alike.
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.
Our CEO Ian Phillips won the prestigious Industry Leader of the Year award at this year’s P&J Gold Awards.
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.
OGIC is supporting projects worth more than £1.3 million which will see the University of Aberdeen’s Centre for Applied Dynamics Research (CADR) team develop new technologies for use in offshore drilling operations.
OGIC CEO Ian Phillips has been shortlisted for the coveted Industry Leadership Award in the annual Press and Journal Energy Voice Gold Awards. The awards celebrate excellence in the UK energy sector.
Start-up entrepreneurs working with OGIC can benefit from free places at the EIC’s Energy Exports Conference, in Aberdeen on 18-19 June. The event aims to help new and experienced exporters to win new business, and it’s a valuable opportunity to receive practical advice from people who’ve already done it. We’re offering free places on the … Continued