Innovation and technology
We invent and invest in disruptive innovation to create new technologies and solutions to transform the industry.
Center for Technology Innovation (CTI)
The CTI in Houston focuses on solving the industry’s toughest completions and production technology challenges, including constructing high pressure/high temperature wells, deepwater completions, and production optimization. The CTI’s capabilities include high pressure test cells, research laboratories for metallurgy, composites, and electronics, as well as rapid prototyping equipment.
The Dhahran Technology Center (DTC) is located in the Kingdom’s innovation ecosystem and focuses on the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) solutions. This R&D facility accelerates digital transformation through AI, the future of design and manufacturing, energy sustainability and non-metallic capabilities. The DTC holds the country’s first 3D metal printer and collaborates with our global technology network, regional operators and Academia.
Montrose Subsea Centre of Excellence
The Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Montrose, Scotland is one of the most advanced facilities of its kind. The 35-acre campus brings together expertise in engineering design, manufacturing and testing of subsea equipment with state of the art training and R&D facilities. The CoE underlines our international reputation for energy innovation, developing products and services through our Subsea Connect strategy that the industry needs for the future, all while meeting and exceeding the expectations of our customers.
Rio de Janeiro Research and Technology Center
里约热内卢的里约热内卢研究和技术中心(RRTC) develops cost-effective solutions for complex challenges throughout Latin America, including deepwater pre-salt reservoirs. In collaboration with local operators, universities, and research institutes, RRTC engineers and scientists are developing technology for drilling, geosciences, completion, and flow assurance to improve reservoir recovery and productivity while reducing project cost.
Turbomachinery and Process Solutions Research Center
The TPS center supports the development of gas turbines and centrifugal compressors with a 5-120MW power range and associated digital technologies across 15 labs and advanced manufacturing capabilities. Through this innovation lab network, the latest efforts include breakthroughs in innovative materials, 3D scanning, and printing for additive manufacturing, and the use of virtual reality, artificial intelligence, digital twin, and sensor labs to introduce increasingly lighter and smaller machines to the industry.
Pressure Pumping Technology Center
The Pressure Pumping Technology Center (PPTC) in Tomball, Texas develops efficient and effective pressure pumping solutions that reduce hydraulic fracturing time and optimize well performance. PPTC is part of an integrated facility that includes research, engineering, training and manufacturing to understand and solve pressure pumping challenges and deliver better wells.