Technology & Innovation

Hythane devices used for rig retrofits

A DUAL fuel system partially designed by Australia’s Eden Energy will be used by US-based power systems company Cummins to retrofit drilling rigs. Developed by Eden’s wholly owned subsidiary Hythane Company, the OptiBlend Dual Fuel System will form part of

Osmoflo opens training centre

REVERSE osmosis water treatment systems company Osmoflo has opened an external training centre in the Adelaide suburb of Burton, providing a series of new courses on the membrane treatment technology. The training centre offers students membrane water treatment training courses

Big Data used for basin analysis

RESEARCH conducted into the analysis of sedimentary basins by a University of Sydney-led group will aim to create five-dimensional models basin models, the University has announced. The Basin GENESIS Hub, led by the University’s School of Geosciences, will use big

Coiled Tubing Lift Frames range launched

ICON Engineering has launched its Advanced Riser Tension Protector (ARTP) Equipment Range, representing what it says is a significant advance in coiled tubing lift frames (CTLFs) for subsea well completions, well testing and well interventions. The equipment functions as a

Flir finds way with thermal imager

A THERMAL imaging camera able to operate in explosive atmospheres, the A310 ex can bring a new dimension in monitoring of critical assets, Flir Systems says. The A310 ex meets the European Union’s ATEX directive – meeting standards for equipment

Light bar range shines for Narva

THE NEW range of low profile LED emergency light bars produced by Narva provides high power in a slim design, the company has said. Legion light bars are constructed of high quality components and are ideal for roadside service, security,