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The Department of Energy and ExxonMobil have signed a 10-year agreement to research and develop technologies designed to reduce emissions from petrochemicals and fossil fuels production. DOE said Wednesday ExxonMobil will invest up to $100M over a decade in the department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory and National Energy Technology Laboratory to advance the development of platforms meant to enhance energy efficiency and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.


ExxonMobil and five research laboratories have joined an IBM-led network to explore potential scientific and business applications of quantum computing. The IBM Q Network is a community of companies, research labs, startups and academic institutions and works to accelerate research into quantum computing by providing access to quantum software, developer tools and other resources, IBM said Tuesday.

Lockheed Martin has received multiple contracts from ExxonMobil to design, build and integrate an automation control system to support the international oil and gas company’s plant operations. Both companies have worked to develop a proof-of-concept system as part of a joint initiative that began two years ago, Lockheed said Tuesday. Under the PoC phase, Lockheed also produced a base design and […] More
Lockheed Martin has secured a contract from ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co. to provide systems integration support for the development of an automation system for production facilities, the companies said Thursday. Lockheed will work to leverage its experience in the implementation of commercial processing and open architecture standards in order to meet ExxonMobil“™s requirements for a […] More
Tod Weber serves as CEO of Software AG Government Solutions, a subsidiary of Software AG USA, exclusively focused on the U.S. federal market. Weber joined Software AG upon that company's acquisition of Fairfax, Va.-based webMethods and subsequently served as national vice president prior to his current position. In this conversation with ExecutiveBiz, Weber discusses some […] More
Scott McCoy is the chief legal officer and head of compliance for Siemens Government Technologies. Prior to Siemens, the 15-year legal vet worked as Associate General Counsel at the aerospace firm Thales and was an attorney at Exxon Mobil Corp. before that. Click here to read his executive profile for more on his background. Executivebiz chatted […] More
A large supplier of liquified natural gas based in Qatar was recently infected by a virus that paralyzed the firm’s internal email services, Doha News reports. A spokeswoman for RasGas told the website the virus did not affect cargo operations and gas production at its facility in Ras Laffan in Qatar’s northeastern coast. However, the […] More
CH2M Hill has today named Peter Baldwin as the firm's market leader in the Environmental Services Business Group. Baldwin's responsibilities include leading strategic planning and business development for the company's environmental services in the Oil and Gas sector across North America. Baldwin will also serve as a member of the firm's Oil and Gas Team […] More
Brian Keenan serves as executive vice president of human resources for Science Applications International Corporation. As such, Keenan works closely with the company’s executive leadership team to deliver maximum business results through recruitment and retention of employees. Keenan has been with SAIC since 2000. When he joined, he was director of HR for the Eastern […] More
This week saw SRA win a half-billion dollar BPA from the USDA, while SAIC claimed a SSC Pacific support deal. Harris got more orders for the Falcon III radio, ExxonMobile won an aviation fuel contract and BAE inked a deal to provide weapons to Norway and Sweden. Northrop was awarded an Army training deal and […] More
The oil industry experienced previously undisclosed Aurora-style cyber attacks in 2008 according to an article on the Christian Science Monitor website. Three US-based oil companies, Marathon Oil, ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips were informed by the FBI in early 2009 of the attacks on their systems. The attacks attempted to target ‘bid data’ which contains the location, […] More
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