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PERSPECTIVES offers oil and gas industry professionals insight and analysis of key challenges and opportunities facing the sector, in addition to exploring technical and macro-economic issues clouding the future. The publication profiles expert opinion, advice and insight from DNV GL’s experts, our customers and industry leaders. It provides news and features across a wide spectrum of topics including safety, cost efficiency, integrity, technology and sustainability.
Cohn explains how the agility of additive manufacturing was proven by its use to make products to fight against COVID-19
Of the investment needed for gaseous energy networks in the Eurogas scenario for a net-zero EU by 2050, over 80% is to adapt them for hydrogen use.
Oil and gas industry interest is surging in using remote survey technologies for more cost-efficient, safer, and lower-carbon certification, verification and inspection of assets and operations.
DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook 2020 predicts a strong outlook for LNG, as natural gas becomes the world’s largest energy source.
Oil and gas companies are acting to reduce emissions from production to demonstrate prompt action on global warming.
DNV GL’s HyStreet infrastructure is proving vital to the necessary safety tests, as part of the H21 project led by Northern Gas Networks and the UK Government’s Hy4Heat programme
Consumers and appliance makers will benefit from DNV GL tests to make hydrogen reliable and safe for heating and cooking
TechnipFMC and DNV GL are developing a new approach to digital twins, to ensure the technology’s value meets expectations.
Processes to independently qualify or certify parts produced by additive manufacturing can unlock large markets, says the maker of the world’s fastest 3D printer.
Progressive stances and steps on decarbonization and digitalization, coupled with openness to new opinions and ideas, can help companies to win the trust of tomorrow’s leaders.
Technology Outlook 2030 identifies which technologies will help the sector to meet efficiency, decarbonization, and safety challenges over the next decade.
A project led by gas and power networks operator Stedin aims to show that homes can be heated safely and efficiently with clean hydrogen.
There is scope for even more standardization to reduce costs for subsea parts, modules, and systems.
DNV GL’s 2019 Energy Transition Outlook flags up a need for policies that support decarbonization of gas, which is set to become the world’s largest energy source.
Probabilistic digital twins are a new idea for capturing uncertainty, the effect of new knowledge, and actual conditions, on operational performance and safety.
DNV GL’s updated International Sustainability Rating System creates transparency on how business processes impact on key operational criteria.
Additive manufacturing — the more sophisticated, industrial equivalent of 3D printing — could become the most disruptive technology the oil and gas industry has ever seen for sourcing and using materials.
Traditional ways of detecting and predicting mooring line failure have limitations. Machine learning now proves its power for identifying condition of mooring lines.
Petrobras, Brazil’s national oil company, is driving forward an ambitious digital transformation to speed up decision making to reduce cost, become safer, and be more productive and compliant with regulations.
Governments worldwide are showing increasing interest in hydrogen as a clean energy carrier to complement electricity in decarbonizing national energy systems.
The People's Republic of China's switch from coal to gas, to decarbonize its energy mix and tackle pollution under its Blue Sky policy, requires importing a lot more gas
Gas pipeline operators are discovering how a method called Bayesian Networks can, combined with machine learning, address data uncertainties in risk management.
Remote technology can provide easy, near-real-time access to experts in any internet-connected location at any time.
DNV GL research paper sees decarbonization driving significantly greater use of hydrogen for energy by 2050
The world will need less energy from the 2030s onwards, but it will still require a significant amount of oil and gas in the lead-up to mid-century according to DNV GL’s 2018 Energy Transition Outlook.
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