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ITF is a not for profit organisation owned by 22 major oil and gas global operators and service companies, with the aim of bridging the gap between the industry and technology innovators. Particular topic areas include seismic resolution, complex reservoirs, cost-effective drilling and intervention, subsea, maximising production, integrity management, and environmental performance.

Colin Sanderson - Technology Analyst

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Cristina Puig - Senior Technology Analyst
Cristina Puig is senior technology analyst at ITF, a not for profit organisation owned by oil operators and service companies, which aims to identify industry needs for new technology and encourage companies to develop it. So far it has faciliated 151 new oilfield technology projects to the market, securing direct ITF membership funding of more than £45 million.
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ITF Latest News

ITF supports Akselos to accelerate digital transformation in oil & gas industry
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) and Akselos S.A. have announced they will work together to investigate the potential to revolutionise asset management in the oil and gas industry.
08 Sep 2017

ITF event on digitech to improve performance - BP, Total and Incremental Group
ITF's 'Technology Showcase event in Aberdeen in March included a session about how digital technologies could be applied to improve operational efficiency and performance, with talks from BP, Total and Incremental Group
10 May 2017

ITF Technology Showcase 2017
'Technology in action'
17 Jan 2017

ITF launches call for abstracts for Technology Showcase 2017
Applying digital technology to improve operational efficiency and performance is set to be a major talking point as the Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) launches its call for abstracts for Technology Showcase 2017.
01 Nov 2016

ITF and SPE sign MOU to accelerate technology development
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) to share and enhance global technology development opportunities in the oil and gas industry.
17 Oct 2016

ITF launches JIP to increase speed and cut costs of reservoir characterisation
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF), together with Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN) and Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), has launched a joint industry project (JIP) which will reduce time and costs for oil producers to determine whether gas fields are economically viable.
03 Oct 2016

ITF issues open call to developers for oil and gas technology proposals
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) has issued an open call for proposals for 'close-to-market' technologies that can offer innovation or efficiencies in activities across the entire spectrum of oil and gas operations.
03 Oct 2016

Developments with digital monitoring - ITF
A technical conference session at the ITF Technical Showcase covered developments with robotics at Total, industrial internet at GE, and the digital oilfield from Stepchange Global.
27 Aug 2015

Technology from ITF
The ITF (Industry Technology Facilitator) annual meeting in Aberdeen in March included new technology to drill holes by laser, remove sand with cyclones, and communicate subsea with light.
20 Aug 2015

ITF launches Technology Showcase 2015 call for papers
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) is holding its Technology Showcase 2015 with a focus on innovation which will reduce costs and improve efficiency.
22 Jan 2015

ITF Technology Showcase - developing new technology faster
The ITF Technology Showcase in Aberdeen in March had extensive discussion about how the oil and gas industry can get faster at developing new technology, with talks from Chevron, AMEC, CNR, the UK Government and others
26 Jun 2014

New technologies from ITF Showcase
The ITF Technology Showcase in Aberdeen on March 5th had some interesting new digital technology for the oil and industry, mainly around gathering and displaying data
26 Jun 2014


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