E&P Magazine - February 2019
The rapid pace of technology development in the oil and gas industry ensures that all players in it are in constant pursuit of the next innovation that will deliver the next barrel and the next dollar safely and efficiently. For land drilling contractors, this chase is evident in the evolution of rig technologies.
As I See It
A post-run analysis of data collected in the drillbit during drilling leads to improved drilling in challenging applications.
The rapid pace of technology development in the oil and gas industry ensures that all players in it are in constant pursuit of the next innovation that will deliver the next barrel and the next dollar safely and efficiently.
Dropped objects are one of the most frequent HSE safety incidents reported, and the changing oil and gas landscape threatens to increase the risk.
A completions services provider emerges from the downturn better equipped to deliver on its mission.
One independent energy company sees capability and expertise as critical to fueling its onshore and offshore growth engines.
The devil is in the detail when it comes to ownership transfer of assets.
A supermajor inks a contract for the fi rst drillship rated for 20,000-psi operations.
Completions and Production
Overhauling processes and updating technologies can modernize oil and gas companies.
Tool performs isolated negative inflow tests on liner tops and casing shoes.
A fully assembled perforating gun system increases efficiency and safety.
Multiphase pumps in use in Moho North Field are qualified for high-viscosity applications.
Advances in technology, data science and operating experience have made inspecting the ‘uninspectable’ possible.
In onshore and offshore applications, the latest systems advance safety, wellbore communication and restimulation efforts.
Shale wells offer unique challenges when it comes to maintaining well control.
A new technology provides real-time information about a formation boundary at the point of transition.
Technology ensures the rapid and efficient deployment of remediation systems.
The rise of LNG and gas exports and proximity to the Gulf Coast keep the Haynesville Shale play attractive.
Favorable economics could push forward planned projects as more come online.
A successful wellbore stimulation program relies on proper fluid placement.
On The Move
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