ITF works collaboratively with its members and stakeholder partners to identify the key areas where technology is required to address common industry opportunities or challenges and sets the technology priorities in its key operating regions.
Through our Joint Industry Partnership (JIP) Process, we can offer a unique forum for joint technology development – gathering knowledge to provide technology landscaping to our memebers based on their collaborative needs. The JIP process is a low risk, high reward industry led process, where members work collaboratively with developers to create and deliver new technologically enabled market efficiencies to help drive the industry’s technology strategy. The JIP process can also provide ITF members with access to and cross-fertilisation with technologies across the global Oil & Gas industry.
ITF deliver JIPs to its members through concept, development and field trials, to early stage adoption and the complete project managed route to market. The JIP process also allows member companies efficient and unparalleled access to the global technology development community. ITF provides a robust and secure facilitation resource and process for its members and developers to bring new technology to the market.
- Next-generation full-wavefield imaging and inversion
- ABC - Answering the Basalt Challenge Feasibility Study
- Airborne - Cost Effective Thermoplastic Composite Risers
|ITF Code||Acronym||Developer||Project Title|
|1394||Bismuth Plug||Rawwater Engineering Company Limited||Proof of Concept Well Abandonment Plugs|
|3232||COMPSTRUCT||Rockfield Software||Computational Modelling of Structural Geology Applications|
|3431||PETGAS 2||University of Leeds||Petrophysics of Tight Gas Sandstones Phase II|
|3477||QUAFF Phase 2||University College Dublin||Quantification of 3D Fault Zone Geometries and their incorporation in Modelling Practice|
|4798||V-SLIM||Viper Subsea||The development of an electrical integrity monitoring device capable of being retrofitted to subsea control systems and communicating data direct to topside or to a local diver or ROV held transponder|
|4711||OnlineHydraCHEK||Hydrafact||Online HydraCHEK ((Hydrate Inhibition Monitoring System)|
|4771||ABOM||Australian Bureau of Meteorology||Improvements to Tropical Cyclone Forecasting, North West Australia|
|4784||OSORB REGEN||Produced Water Absorbents Inc||Techno-Economical Evaluation, Design and Construction of an Offshore Osorb Regeneration Package|
|4787||HMEWS Phase 4||Heriot-Watt University||Hydrate Safety Margin Monitoring and Early Detection Systems - Phase 4|
|4849||MOBILEspan Phase 2||Subsea Engineering Associates Pty Ltd||MOBILEspan Joint Industry Project - Phase 2|
|3537||Fullwave Gamechanger II||Imperial College||Phase 2|
|3632||LowSal EOR||Heriot-Watt University||EOR by Low Salinity Water Injection - Activation of Natural Surfactants of Crude Undo|
|4858||SURFIM||Wood Group Kenny||SURFIM Phase 3|
|1469||CDFC||Confidential||Clearview Dual Function Camera|