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Creating Resilience In Oil And Gas Supply Chains With Technology

The Covid-19 pandemic has everyone rethinking what steps to take for resilience today, and how to safeguard that resilience for an uncertain energy future. Nearly every oil and gas executive said, in the just released EY Oil and Gas Digital Transformation and the Workforce Survey, that their company will have to change how it operates coming out of the downturn. What’s implied by that result is that oil and gas executives don’t expect the market to ever go back to where it was.

They are right. Oil demand is unlikely to return to the path it was on before the pandemic. New ways of living, working and operating our day-to-day lives have taken hold and are likely to permanently transform traditional choices. When we get to

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$17.6 Billion Laser Technology (Solid, Liquid, Gas and Others) Market – Global Forecast to 2025

The “Laser Technology Market by Type (Solid, Liquid, Gas and Others), Revenue (Laser Revenue and System Revenue), Application (Laser Processing and Optical Communications), End User, Geography – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Laser Technology Market Size is Expected to Grow from USD 11.7 Billion in 2020 to USD 17.6 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 8.6%

Increasing demand from healthcare vertical and Better performance of lasers over traditional material processing techniques are the key factors driving the growth of the Laser technology market.

Solid type lasers to hold the largest size of Laser technology market during forecast period

The market for solid lasers accounted for the largest size in 2019. A solid laser is the one that consists of an active medium in the solid form. The active medium in a solid laser comprises a glass or crystalline host material, which is

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Oil and gas industry must address digital skill gaps to thrive in the future

How could a toxic gas be a sign of life of Venus?

Scientists recently announced that they had found possible signs of life in the clouds of Venus. We probably should have suspected as much all along.

Venus is a natural place to look for life beyond Earth. It is Earth’s twin — almost the same size and structure — and closer to us than Mars, the current favorite of astronomers looking for life elsewhere in the solar system. Venus is also closer to the Sun, which provides the warmth necessary for life as we know it. In the past, a few scientists have suggested that Venus was a source of primordial life that was later seeded on Earth. That theory, lithopanspermia, never gained popularity because current conditions on Venus seemed very inhospitable to life. The high concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of Venus ensures that the planet has a runaway greenhouse effect that makes its surface incredibly hot, way

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Turkey to Revise Upward Its Major Gas Discovery in Black Sea

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a bridge over a body of water


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Turkey expects to raise its estimate for the amount of natural gas discovered in the Black Sea and plans to announce the new guidance as early as next week, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.

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The government will outline a sizable revision to the initial discovery of 320 billion cubic meters of recoverable gas, unveiled in August, once exploratory drilling is completed this month, the people said, asking not to be named due to the sensitivity of the find.

The energy discovery in the Black Sea is critical for Turkey’s current-account balance which is dragged down by the need to import nearly all of the 50 billion cubic meters of gas the country consumes annually.

Drilling to a depth of around 4,500 meters (15,000 feet) at the Tuna-1 discovery would penetrate two additional formations that appear promising, a senior

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Mysterious Gas Creeps On ‘Armored Royale’ Map in ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’

KEY POINTS

  • Strange circles are forming off the “Armored Royale” map
  • Players must now watch out for opposing members who might be lurking in the mysterious gas
  • The gas bug is new to “Armored Royale” and was also seen on “Warzone” 

“Call of Duty: Warzone” players have seen mysterious circles randomly sprouting on their maps in the past, but these mysterious spheres came out to be a minor threat. These circles are now being reported in “Armored Royale,” and it looks like they mean business.

“Armored Royale” is a new mode in Season 6 of “Call of Duty: Warzone” where players can exploit heavily armored trucks to their advantage in a fast-paced action of steel and bullets. It is exciting, to say the least, but the enigmatic gas that floats around the map is proving to be a “constantly evolving threat” to players, especially to those who have no idea

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