Oil and Gas

In the oil and gas sector, additive manufacturing offers significant advantages in the development of drilling equipment and downhole tools. The ability to create custom-designed, lightweight, and high-strength components allows for improved performance and efficiency in extracting and processing hydrocarbons. Additionally, 3D printing can be used to manufacture spare parts on-site, reducing downtime and logistics costs in remote oilfields. Another key area is the production of hydraulic components such as valves, which has emerged as a killer application for this segment of additive manufacturing.

  • Woodside Energy utilizes Titomic's D523 for the oil and gas industry - to deposit corrosion-resistant materials onto steel and other metals.

    Woodside Energy, via Monadelphous Group, an ASX-listed service provider to the oil and gas industry, is expected to use Titomic’s D523 low-pressure cold spray system – a handheld coating device…

  • Consolidated Precision Products (CPP) and subsidiary Poly6 Technologies have named US-based B9Creations their Global Additive Manufacturing Partner for ultra-precision turbine blade production processes. CPP’s vision to provide high-efficiency engine components…

  • 3YOURMIND and RusselSmith to develop oil & gas AM hub in Nigeria - seeking to fill the gap between needed and available parts.

    3YOURMIND, a Berlin-based 3D printing software company, is partnering with RusselSmith, the first industrial additive manufacturing provider in West Africa, to enhance the identification, digitization, and additive manufacturing of parts…

  • BAM continues 3D printed gas turbine blade research - entering the second phase of the project at the Werner-von-Siemens Center.

    The Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) is continuing its research projects on highly efficient gas turbines at the Werner-von-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science e.V. (WvSC) for…

  • Pelagus 3D, a joint venture company of thyssenkrupp and Wilhelmsen, and Doosan Enerbility signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to advance the adoption of on-demand additive manufacturing (AM) in Korea’s…

  • Domin, a UK-based manufacturer of advanced hydraulic systems, uses additive manufacturing alongside other innovative technologies, including modern onboard electronics, position sensing, and brushless DC motors, to create industry-leading hydraulic components…

  • Natrx and Danos establish 3D printing-based resilience center for producing modules for coastal restoration projects using DryForming.

    Gulf Coast-based energy services provider, Danos, has established a resilience technology center of excellence in Amelia, Louisiana. In partnership with climate technology company, Natrx, Inc., Danos is producing high-performance, nature-based…

  • There is no question that one of the most pressing issues of our time is climate change. Key to addressing it—as many scientists have stated—is curbing our consumption of fossil…

  • Additive manufacturing tends to fit well in segments where innovation is fierce. That’s why it’s no surprise that the energy sector is an important adopter of AM technologies. Today, almost…

  • Upwing Energy, the gas technology company, 3D prints Subsurface Compressor System (SCS) compressor module with Velo3D.

    Upwing Energy, a gas technology service company, has integrated Velo3D’s metal additive manufacturing into its manufacturing process. Leveraging Laser Power Bed Fusion (LPBF), Upwing has optimized the manufacturing time needed…

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