BP and Aker BP Form Technology Alliance
BP and Aker BP have formed an alliance to develop and deploy technology in their businesses, BP announced Oct. 3.
Through the ventures cooperation agreement, both companies will explore potential venture capital investments focused on technology and innovation improvements – including developments in digital twins, advanced seismic techniques and processing and subsea and robot technology.
Additionally, the alliance is expected to encompass identifying and evaluating innovations to improve environmental performance of offshore oil and gas production.
“Working together with Aker BP, our alliance will be focused on identifying technologies that could be transformational in the upstream sector, enabling the digital transformation of subsurface characterization and workflows,” Steve Cook, BP Technology’s chief commercial officer said in a company statement. “Our alliance will help both companies identify and invest in innovation that will help secure and advance our industry’s future.”
Aker BP’s CEO Karl Johnny Hersvik added that he hopes the alliance will help identify innovative technology companies to solve key business challenges.
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