Energy Forward Stories Text Discover the latest innovations and people shaping the future of our industry. Image Stories Pass the remote: bringing Equinor’s offshore roles in to land In Norway, as machine learning is applied to tasks such as directional drilling, employees with industry experience are redeployed onshore. Learn More FILTER BY: Format - Any - Perspectives Q&A Stories Topics Additive Manufacturing AI/Machine Learning Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Digital Transformation Gas Industry Trends Low Carbon Offshore People Technology RESET Date Range - Any - Last 30 days Last 90 days Last 6 months Last 12 months RESET Sort by Most Recent Most Popular 14 RESULTS Q&A Launching into orbit Meet Steven Sturm product manager for Bently Nevada about the new Orbit 60 series providing solutions for machine protection and condition monitoring. Perspectives What if the oil and gas industry could eliminate its carbon emissions? Watch our video series where we follow the stories of the people and innovations that are making an impact - by making less of one. Q&A My dad works here - meet Faye and Mick Mann Our who is our how: father and daughter who work for our Digital Solutions division, share their passion for project management. Q&A Training the machines This is Carlneil. He works at our Engineering Innovation Center in Oklahoma City, developing machine learning algorithms, toward computer vision. Q&A Meet Kirsten Mauchline, problem-solver Find out about Kirsten’s best career advice, as a wireline services sales manager for our oilfield services division in Norway. Perspectives Evolving digital for oil & gas Derek Mathieson, Chief Marketing & Technology Officer at Baker Hughes, shares his thoughts on the evolution of digital within the industry. Featured videos 1/3 Joe Geagea of Chevron shared his thoughts on the biggest challenge facing the industry today. Mark Brownstein of EDF reflects on the most impactful way to address industry challenges. We asked Paul de Leeuw of RGU what was most insightful during BHAM2020.