Royal Dutch Shell, the oil giant known for products like Shell Omala S2 G 320 and Shell Gadus S2 V100 3, is set to sell $1bn of Western Canadian assets in a bid to raise money and streamline its operations.
The company has confirmed that it Continue reading Royal Dutch Shell set for major assets sale
Hydroelectric power stations may provide more environmentally friendly sources of energy than traditional power stations. However, that does not mean that we should not be concerned with Continue reading Making environmental lubricant choices
The price of oil dipped on Tuesday, October 25 as disagreements emerges within the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) about who should cut which amount of production in a planned output reduction to Continue reading OPEC quarrel leads to dip in oil
A number of the planet’s biggest oil executives recently met up in a London Mayfair hotel for an industry summit. During this summit, Brent crude was fetching £52 per barrel, which is the exact same amount it was Continue reading Oil producers expectant that price slump is over
Oil giants including Chevron, Statoil and Royal Dutch Shell, the latter of which manufactures Shell Tellus S2 M 46, are experimenting with several technologies, including drill design and drones, in a bid to Continue reading Oil companies experiment with cost-saving technologies
Investors are renewing their interest in US oil and gas properties that are deemed to come with more risk, as the rebound in crude oil prices boosts hopes that the oil industry faces a more positive future in Continue reading Investors regain interest in US oil
In a statement released on Sunday, October 9, the Iraqi oil minister encouraged oil and natural gas producers with operations in the country to Continue reading Iraqi oil minister wants to up output in 2017
Inspection should be of the utmost importance to anyone who runs industrial machinery for any reason. It is the foundation of several important things, including machine reliability and condition monitoring, which is why we should all schedule regular inspections of our equipment.
Also important is having your machines be ‘inspection ready’ the majority of the time, but certainly before an inspector comes along to pass judgement. Here are our tips for ensuring your equipment does not leave anything to be desired next inspection day: Continue reading Tips for machine inspection preparation
Although it is fair to say that preventative maintenance and reliability procedures play an important part in keeping hydraulic systems in tip-top shape, alone they are not enough to ensure that you will be free of problems. There are a number of additional reliability checks that should be performed while Continue reading Three important hydraulic reliability checks you need
Just over a week after the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) came to an agreement in regards to reducing global oil supplies, Libya has Continue reading Libya increases oil exports