E&P Magazine - November 2018
The New Oil
Refining Big Data for even greater value
As I See It
Ensuring the wildcatter spirit lives on in the next generation requires an ‘all of the above’ approach.
E&P data consortiums are the key to unlocking value with analytics.
Application-specific software supports well design, engineering teams and their processes.
With a premium position in what it believes to be the sweetest of the Eagle Ford’s sweet spots, ConocoPhillips has found the winning combination with science, experimentation and optimal well placement.
The debate continues over well interference as the industry moves toward full field development.
Once again the majors are abandoning the GoM for greener pastures. Can it rise again?
A first-of-its-kind cloud-based platform facilitates 24/7 access to offshore well construction and activities.
Completions and Production
Companies are taking innovative approaches to traditional systems.
Companies at ADIPEC 2018 will be showcasing new products and services designed to meet industry challenges.
Cloud-based reservoir modeling and simulations enabled an operator in the Wolfcamp Shale to improve well completion design.
A low-density, direct-emulsion fluid delivered wellbore stability in the Delaware Basin.
A wireless hydrocarbon gas detector gives brownfield asset operators the opportunity to make significant improvements to personnel protection.
Optimized chemical dosing is part of an essential strategy in mitigating subsea flow assurance problems.
Advanced completion technology prevents excessive production of gas after breakthrough occurs.
A multiclient program offers new insights into the Pegasus Basin.
Additional EOR pilots have been initiated in the Delaware and Midland basins.
New technologies can help alleviate the challenges a changing workforce faces.
A new modular system combines the advantages of a platform with the rig-run benefits of a subsea development.
A new design and changes in metallurgy shift wear from expensive pump fluid ends to sacrificial consumable components.
A new land rig design offers shale drillers 2,000-hp drawworks and reduced footprint.
Systems enable predictive maintenance for ESPs.
Several opportunities exist to reduce GHG emissions in production operations.
Laramie and Weld counties are seeing increasing permitting activity.