ExxonMobil and Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) have begun a collaboration that will see the cylinder condition monitoring Mobil Serv combined with WinGD’s predictive maintenance technology, namely its Integrated Digital Expert (WiDE).
The companies claim that Continue reading ExxonMobil and WinGD join forces to improve engine optimization
Cyclists who perform their own bicycle maintenance will know what an awkward and messy business it can be to lubricate the chain, yet Continue reading New bike chain lubrication aid seeks funding
Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, Nigeria’s Petroleum Minister, has told local media that the average production cost for oil in the country has Continue reading Nigeria claims $23 per barrel oil production cost
Engineering company Siemens Gamesa has unveiled what appears to be the most powerful model of onshore wind power turbine so far.
With a Continue reading Siemens Gamesa reveals new onshore wind turbines
ExxonMobil has announced a multibillion-dollar development of its integrated manufacturing complex on Jurong Island, Singapore.
Once the expansion is Continue reading ExxonMobil announces large-scale expansion of Singapore facility
The US Energy Information Administration has projected in its 2019 Annual Energy Outlook that tight oil, which is also often referred to as shale oil, production will continue to grow and drive increasing US oil production long into the future.
Continue reading Tight oil to continue driving US production growth
Uniper, a German utility company, has begun feeding methane produced using wind power into its gas pipeline network.
Continue reading Uniper begins feeding gas from wind power into grid
ExxonMobil has announced it will provide $300,000 in financial aid to support the relief effort in Mozambique in the wake of Cyclone Idai. This was one of the worst tropical cyclones to have ever affected Africa, having killed at least 308 people in Mozambique alone and affected millions more in the region.
Continue reading ExxonMobil provides financial support for Mozambique relief
People in the US who live near wind turbines prefer to keep them rather than swap them for a fossil fuel power plant or a solar installation, according to new analysis published in Nature Energy for an existing large-scale survey.
Continue reading Survey reveals positive attitude towards wind turbines
After nearly 20 years of operation, Blyth Offshore Wind Farm, which was the UK’s first wind farm situated offshore, will be decommissioned according to its operator, E.ON Energy.
Continue reading Britain’s premier offshore wind farm to go offline