Elastic computing is helping operators work with richer seismic data sets to better manage their reservoirs.
OneNexus, co-founded by the former CEO of Sanchez Energy, aims to remove the “hot potato” P&A liability for wells that must be decommissioned.
Amplify Energy has reached a settlement over its claims of damages to its pipeline caused from anchor strikes by containerships.
Equinor's transactions will fortify its position along the Norwegian continental shelf "exploration hotspot."
CNOOC's discovery has been tested to produce an average of around 2,040 bbl of crude and 11.25 MMcf/d of natural gas.
Azule Energy awarded contracts for its deepwater Agogo hub project offshore Angola.
EOG Resources, along with other powerful E&Ps, continue Permian exploration.
Here's a round-up of subsea tiebacks projects across the globe. The first in a two-part series, this list is a look at some of the subsea tiebacks scheduled to be online by 2024.
California Resources sees the separation of its E&P and carbon management businesses as a way to strengthen shareholder returns under Francisco Leon, who will become president and CEO in April.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines, including BP’s latest plans for the GTA2 development offshore West Africa and prequalification for a jacket and platform for projects offshore U.K. in the upstream oil and gas industry.