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Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including new production and contract announcements from the past week in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Though recent operational growth in Papua New Guinea has slowed, potential remains for further project development from PNG operators Exxon Mobil and TotalEnergies.
Asset management software can optimize maintenance schedules for oil and gas infrastructure based on available resources. “Maintenance is not sexy. It’s a cost,” expert says.
BSEE is requiring oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico to include a reporting schedule for hurricane and storm evacuations.
DeNovo Energy is using technologies from natural user interface to asset integrity management to continuous monitor operations at two platforms offshore Trinidad and Tobago.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including company updates from the past week in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Reprocessing existing data with new technologies reveals more in seismic imaging for oil and gas operators around the world.
The deepwater gas discovery reported by Ecopetrol and Petrobras offshore Colombia confirms the importance of the Caribbean region and increases the possibility for developing a new E&P frontier off northern South America.
The oil and gas industry has long assumed that sand and fluid flow uniformly together through casing. However, surface tests conducted by GEODynamics with six shale operators in the U.S. unequivocally proved otherwise.
The orchestration and management software is like an operating system for the edge, and oil and gas companies are using it to handle data heavy tasks in wide-ranging locations, ZEDEDA’s CEO and co-founder tells Hart Energy.
Autonomous inspection robots, which have been proven through recent pilot programs to detect leaks and corrosion problems during routine inspections at onshore oil and gas sites, could soon debut offshore.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including new appointments and product announcements from the past week in the upstream oil and gas industry.
TotalEnergies filed a six-month withdrawal notice on Jan. 21, 2022, from its Myanmar operations due to the growing political unrest in the country.
Now that a ROV-propelled acoustic sensor has proven the ability to locate blockage in a deepwater pipeline, TSC Subsea is looking into other use cases, such as detecting the buildup of hydrates and wax deposits before a plug form.
Tendeka and Petroleum Expert performed an extensive dynamic reservoir simulation study evaluating the impact of pressure, temperature and flow variations of injection fluids on the performance of injection wells with various completions.
The FEED “study will finalize the technical solution for the proposed gas and condensate greenfield development in the presalt Campos Basin” before Equinor makes its FID, TechnipFMC said in a press statement.
The release of the proposal by the Biden administration is only the second part of a three-step process to finalize “whether or how many” lease sales will be held in the five-year plan.
The world’s first eighth-generation drillship, the Deepwater Atlas, is expected to begin operations at the Shenandoah project in the Gulf of Mexico later this year, according to a Transocean release.
Because oil and gas will still be part of the energy mix, executives said it also makes sense to incentivize lower-carbon basins like the Bakken.
Expro’s Octopoda technology allows for leak remediation and intervention in pressurized annulus and, deployed on more than a dozen projects so far, has helped operators economically regain their wells.
Expanding the interface between information technology and operational technology makes cybersecurity more challenging and more critical than ever, Siemens Energy cybersecurity expert Sam Miorelli warned shale operators at DUG East.
On behalf of its partners, Italian oil and gas company Eni revealed that the Coral South Project had safely achieved the introduction of hydrocarbons to the Coral Sul FLNG offshore Mozambique.
Advanced simulations indicate separating the production stream with a pseudo dry gas system could enable longer gas tiebacks. Here’s more about the project being led by Intecsea, Worley’s specialist subsea business.
Sour service riser could be deployed next year from a jackup as new 15K riser system helps make marginal shallow-water wells with sour service more economic.
Production to Johan Castberg FPSO set to begin in 2024; newer finds could be added later to keep the unit at capacity.
Here are the three main technological breakthroughs that SubUAS CEO Javier Diez said made the Naviator drone possible.
Dr. Megan Pearl of Locus Bio-Energy Solutions and Catalyst Energy Services COO Seth Moore share ways shale producers can increase oil production efficiency while maintaining ESG-friendly operational practices.
Cenovus Energy and its partners are set to restart the West White Rose project off the Atlantic coast of Canada that had been shelved during the COVID-19 pandemic.