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E&P Magazine - September 2019

Alternative Gas-lift Design For Unconventional Wells

Make more fluid with less gas.

E&P Magazine - August 2019

Canadian Technologies Take On Offshore Challenges

Industry, government and academia team up to deliver innovative solutions.

E&P Magazine - July 2019

Keys To Reducing The Cost Of Treating Produced And Flowback Water

Efficiencies and cost reductions make water treatment and use of produced water more accepted.

E&P Magazine - June 2019

Progression Of Completions

The evolution of designs hastens the U.S. shale boom.

E&P Magazine - April 2019

Shifting Sands: Market Disruptions Deliver Savings In Permian

In pursuit of the lowest cost and most efficient option, there’s been a shift away from Northern white sand from mines in northern states to regional, or in-basin, sand from mines closer to home.

E&P Magazine - February 2019

In-bit Logging Tool Helps Operators Optimize Drilling Programs

A post-run analysis of data collected in the drillbit during drilling leads to improved drilling in challenging applications.

E&P Magazine - January 2019

Cost And Value Of A Dissolvable Frac Plug

An enabling dialogue lists what a dissolving fracture plug brings to the market.

E&P Magazine - November 2018

Changing The Way Landmen Work

AI and data advances are streamlining the lease acquisition process.

E&P Magazine - October 2018

Experts Discuss Challenges, Possibilities Of Geosciences Sector

Is geoscience losing its punch? Despite the amazing strides made in recent years, the value case is not an easy sell for service companies. Several noteworthy geoscientists discuss the challenges that still face this industry.

E&P Magazine - September 2018

Shifting The Focus To Optimized Production

Operators see opportunities for production gains in legacy wells, refracturing and data analytics.