E&P Magazine - October 2017
Tool allows casing string to run to total depth.
Shale plays require nimbleness. But some huge companies can still play the game.
As I See It
A nonprofit organization offers financial assistance to industry workers in need.
An executive shares how having a ‘front row seat’ to the progress of technology delivered a greater appreciation for the progress made by the oil and gas industry.
Digital directional drilling and demonstrated improvements in wellbore quality and speed is the latest disruptive technology on the well site.
Determined E&P pushes forward with its plans to develop shale in the U.K.
Completions and Production
A recent study reveals that predicting an artificial lift failure is possible through the use of analytics.
Companies at SPE ATCE will be highlighting new products and services.
Integrated bacterial control solutions extend the health of wells over normal life cycles and maximize cost efficiency.
A workflow was designed for selecting the optimal type of artificial lift for reactivating abandoned wells.
Software enables data-driven decisions to improve certainty and efficiency.
A rigless slickline ESP deployment proves to be a success for a Middle East operator.
Composites extend the life of offshore assets as a valuable corrosion prevention and repair option.
Gravity data pick up dominant basement highs and anticlines in South Sumatra Basin.
A new system offers increased accuracy and higher spatial resolution.
A process automation platform manages repetitive tasks on the rig floor.
New API rating system helps identify magnitude of equipment impacts.
The U.S. Senate attempted to weigh in on the energy debate as legislation moved through the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
High-efficiency HP/HT completion systems help operators deliver top performing wells.
Investments made by Middle East oil and gas producers are focused on adding new capacity.
Are the customers satisfied? Retail and finance metrics can help maintain producing assets.