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CPT Trident reduces costs, environmental footprint
Hart Energy's exclusive rig counts measure drilling intensity. They exclude units classified as rigging up or rigging down, and also exclude rigs drilling injection wells, disposal wells or geothermal wells. They are designed to offer the most accurate picture of what is actually occurring in the field.
Global market oversupply leaves many traders with purchased cargoes that they cannot resell.
Production from the U.S., Norway, Brazil and Guyana will cut into demand, says report.
Gulfport Energy, whose production is focused primarily in the Utica Shale in Ohio and Scoop acreage in Oklahoma, also made a new commitment to using excess cash to pay down debt.
Weatherford International Plc said Nov. 14 that Christian Garcia has been appointed executive vice president and CFO, effective January 6, 2020.
A cyberattack on computer networks of the Mexican national oil company Pemex is "totally under control" and did not have any negative consequences, Security Minister Alfonso Durazo said on Nov. 14.
An automated, remotely controlled smart system is a winning solution to optimize water management for a better frac fluid, lower costs, less risk, and no nonproductive time.
Planned to start in early 2020, the survey has already received significant industry interest and is being prefunded in part by BP. First results are targeted for first-quarter 2021.
KCA Deutag said Nov. 18 that its land drilling operation has won new contracts worth approximately $460 million in the Middle East, Africa and Europe.
Shearwater GeoServices Holding AS has been awarded the largest-ever 4-D seismic campaign in the Asia Pacific region covering up to six fields operated by Woodside in Australia, the company said on Nov. 18.
The U.S. independent has set its sights on bringing in $50 billion in free cash flow over the next decade, including $19 billion from its Lower 48 assets.
The Summit will bring together over 500 industry leaders, 50+ expert speakers, and 30+ exhibitors to a central global meeting place in Houston, Texas for DecomWorld 2020.
A modeling suite addresses key knowledge gaps to improve the prediction and evaluation of offshore systems for improved spill prevention and more.
Here’s a snapshot of energy deals from the past week including Noble Energy’s $1.6 billion midstream sale plus the closing of Occidental Petroleum’s $1.5 billion Permian Basin JV.
Boomer Minerals retained EnergyNet for the sale of an Oklahoma royalty package located in Canadian and Kingfisher counties in an auction closing Dec. 5.
An affiliate of Vitruvian Exploration retained EnergyNet for the sale of an Eagle Ford Shale opportunity in Salle and McMullen counties, Texas, through a sealed-bid offering closing Dec. 4.
SWEPI, affiliate of Royal Dutch Shell, retained EnergyNet for the sale of about 139,000 net acres of exploratory acreage in New Mexico's Quay and Curry counties in an auction closing Dec. 4.
A panel of energy ministers from Pakistan, Senegal and the UAE addressed access to sustainable and affordable energy supply at the ADIPEC ministerial session.
Bureau of Energy Resources' Frank Fannon discussed the U.S. perspective of the shifting global oil and gas market dynamics at the ADIPEC.
Company says it that it will truck LNG and CNG to meet winter demand in New England and New York.
Producers and water midstream operators must cooperate closely to get the job done, says executives at the Executive Oil Conference Water Forum.
Concurrent with a new $400 million equity commitment from EnCap Midstream, Ironwood stuck a deal to acquire Twin Eagle midstream assets in South Texas.
TC Energy Corp.’s Keystone oil pipeline has returned to service following the approval of their repair and restart plan by the U.S. Pipeline And Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) on Nov. 10.