Cambridge Consultants Cultivate Technology

The Motley Fool's energy analyst, Joel South, interviews Frances Metcalfe, associate director of oil and gas at Cambridge Consultants, at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston. Cambridge Consultants develops technologies across many different industries, including the health and oil and gas industries.

By developing sensors specifically designed to be low cost and low power, Cambridge Consultants has been able to apply technologies from various industries to many aspects of the oil and gas industry. In the interview, Joel and Metcalfe discuss how Cambridge Consultants' latest innovative products can help the oil and gas industry in shipping, leak protection, and water production. 

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