The main shareholders of RDS have today entered into an agreement to sell 100 % of the RDS shares to Nabors Industries.
The White Paper concerns the Digital Transformation Initiative in the Oil and Gas Industry
RDS has performance tested its Robotic Pipe Handler at the outside test yard.
The outside test area at Kvaal is now operational.
RDS is among the five nominees for one of the Innovation Awards at the ONS oil show.
Robotic Drilling Systems AS (RDS) has entered into a contract with Nabors Industries (NYSE: NBR) for delivery of its newly developed all-electric robotic pipe handler.
On April 28, the Minister of Oil and Energy visited RDS at Kvål
In competition with 190 companies from 26 countries, RDS made it to the top.
On April 4, 2016, Stavanger Aftenblad brought an article about RDS and its participation in the competion "Norway's smartest industry company"
Norwegian technical weekly magazine Teknisk Ukeblad visited RDS for an update of the development of robots.
On 4. February 2016, Statoil held its yearly Capital Market Day in London. Statoil Executive Vice President Mrs. Margareth Øvrum presented target technology for future competitiveness. DNTV and Dagens Næringsliv picked up the story.
The Norwegian Financial Daily Finansavisen on 23. January 2016 featured an article about Nordea Oilservice Analyst Janne Kvernland's analysis of RDS.
On 23. September, IRIS Ullrigg Well Centre presented the world's first drill floor robot installed on a rig TV broadcasts from workshop tests of the RDS Multi-Size Elevator.
The article of April 11, 2015 also features on with link to a new video released by RDS. The video can also be found on the front page of the webpage.
The article of November 25, 2014 with the title “Oil, Gas Technologies Investment Tops $7 Billion” is written by Velda Addison of Hart Energy. Among others, Daniel Choi, Lux Research analyst ...
Up-coming presentations by RDS in Kristiansand, Houston and Aberdeen
Through an agreement with existing RDS shareholders Odfjell Drilling will participate in a new share issue of 50 MNOK
The future of drilling has received a reboot with the introduction of an innovative autonomous robotic drilling rig
All-electric industrial robot aims to improve quality, efficiency, safety
Betty Liu reports on Robotic Drilling Systems AS
.....a Norwegian company manufacturing some of the most advanced robots on Earth
NASA is to help a Norwegian company developing robotic oil drills by sharing information about the Curiosity Mars rover.
Teknisk Ukeblad skriver om samarbeidet mellom RDS og NASA.
Businessweek features RDS on August 30, 2012.
To emphasis our focus on top side drilling structures Seabed Rig AS has changed name to Robotic Drilling System™ AS (RDS).
RDS would like to extend our deepest gratitude to all who visited us during OTC
RDS a part of the Norwegian Pavilion at OTC 2012
Over the next few weeks Robotic Drilling Systems will update this web page.
Seabed Rig AS finalist with the new Robotic Drilling System unmanned drill floor
Norwegian and Russian scientists patented consept of using robotic drilling structures in water filled tunnels.
Seabed Rig will sign an agreement with NASA to further develop autonomous drilling system.
Every year the staff of IEEE Spectrum searches the globe for technology projects. Seabed Rig AS robot drilling rig is among the five most promising up-and-coming technologies in the world today.
NRK radio program talks about robotic technologies
For the second year in a row, Seabed Rig AS is among the six nominated companies for the Norwegian Research Council's R&D-prize.
Statoil har støttet grunderbedrifter i 15 år og deler ut rundt 30 millioner kroner årlig. Selskapet bak undervannsriggen Seabed Rig har totalt....
Første fullskala versjon av den autonome helautomatiske boreriggen Seabed Rig er under test på Forus utenfor Stavanger. Måler et at den skal stå på havbunnen.
Among 60 nominated, Seabed Rig reached the final five
Seabed Rig's autonomous drilling rig prototype has now been installed at Forus Teknologipark.
På Forus bygger de en borerigg for Nordpolen.
Program for maksimal utnyttelse av petroleumsressursene
Den automatiske boreriggen Seabed Rig, som kan plasseres på havbunnen, utstyres med verdens største industrirobot.
OG21 has established a booklet and a brochure to illustrate the connection between new technology and environment.
Statoil går inn med millioner i teknologier selskapet har tro på.
The Award is handed out by the Research Council of Norway, and Seabed Rig AS is one of six nominated companies
StatoilHydro investerer i et riggprosjekt som skal løse alle problemer med oljeleting i is-utsatte farvann i nord. Riggen skal plasseres på havbunnen
Important technical and financial partner becomes new part owner of Seabed Rig
Stavanger-selskapet Seabed Rig utvikler en fullautomatisert borerigg som står på havets bunn. Det vil gjøre leteboring billigere og mer miljøvennlig
Seabed Rig AS vil ha boreprosessen på havets bunn, og har utviklet en robotisert boreplattform som gjør leteprosessen billigere og mer miljøvennlig.
Årets forskningsdager fant sted mellom 19. og 28. september med over tusen arrangementer landet rundt.
Seabed Rig vil flytte boreprosessen ned på havbunnen. Nå er de ett skritt nærmere målet. Se video!
A continued rise in exploration drilling cost is fuelling the development of a submerged and fully automated seabed drilling rig. In 2005, Seabed Rig AS, a Stavanger-based company, started the development of an innovative drilling rig to be located submerged at the seabed for cost-effective drilling in deep waters and arctic areas
Norske Seabed Rig utvikler en fullautomatisert borerobot som kan revolusjonere leteboring i Arktis. Allerede neste sommer konstrueres en prototyp.
Den danske civilingeniør Lars Raunholt står i spidsen for en iværksætteride, der skal gøre det grønlandske og arktiske olieeventyr muligt. En gigantisk borerobot skal stå på bunden under ishavet og bore sig ned til olien i sikkerhed for isbjerge og polarstorme.
Drilliing of subsea wells is highly expencive, as rig rates now are up to USD 500,000 per day. Also, it becomes more and more challenging to reach the un-harvested reservoirs, which are often located in deep water or in arctic areas. It is estimated that 40 percent of the oil yet to be found is located in deep water or arctic areas.
Seabed Rig AS vant 2. prisen i DnBNor Innovasjonspris 2006 blant 327 ideer i den nasjonale konkurranse.
Oppfinner Per Olav Haughom vil utkonkurrere verdens oljerigger. Men for å realisere drømmen trenger han en halv milliard kroner. Nå får han starthjelp.
Det siste året har norske selskaper hentet inn milliarder av kroner for å bygge nye borerigger. Formuer er skapt i et forrykende tempo. I Stavanger jobber et lite miljø med en ny teknologi som kan gjøre at det ikke lenger er bruk for riggene.
The dream of Russia and gigantic oil and gas resources in the Arctic region revitalises the plans for moving the drilling rigs down to the seabed. The world-leading Norwegian subsea environment is now eager to take part in the technological development


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