Technology Challenge
Past Technology Challenges
Showcase of Technology Challenges and it’s winning solutions.
Technology Challenge
Past Technology Challenges
Showcase of Technology Challenges and it’s winning solutions.
Accelerating Collaboration

At PETRONAS, we practice open innovation through crowdsourcing, challenging innovative minds from across the globe. We issue Technology Challenges to the global community to seek innovative solutions and collaborations for our complex business challenges.

Other Challenges

Many countries have put in place, various legislations that govern air emission limits/pollutants from the industries. The common pollutants being monitored are Sulphur Oxides (SOx)...

A sump is a subsurface area (pit) designed to provide access to equipment located below ground and act as containment to prevent liquid from being released into the environment...

Currently at PETRONAS’s upstream and downstream operations, UT measurements at height are performed manually on structures where UT magnetic crawler does not have access due to obstructions...

Chloride-induced corrosion on carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminium cracking is one of the problems faced in chemical processing and petrochemical industries. During plant operation, traces of chloride...

The Challenge: PETRONAS is seeking for an innovative and cost effective technology to reduce the emission from flue gas of existing thermal oxidizers in order to meet the latest regulatory requirement limit...

In the petroleum industry, processing crude oil annually generates massive quantities of oily sludge during the various stages of crude oil operations from exploration to refining. Oily sludge is a complex mixture of...

In the last decade, composite overwrap repair has become a predominant repair method for carbon steel pipelines and piping in the Oil & Gas industry. As opposed to the early design motivation...

Associated petroleum gas (APG) or associated gas (AG) is a form of natural gas produced as a by-product of crude oil production. At majority of oil facilities, the AG is monetised or utilised for petroleum operations and any excess is exported as sales gas or re-injected to achieve zero continuous (routine) flaring...