E&P Magazine - May 2019
The May edition of E&P is our special "2019 Offshore Technology Yearbook" issue. Chapters include an overview, key players, drilling technology, production technology, ROV systems, case studies and a production forecast.
As I See It
Offshore appears to be back in fashion as companies adopt a simpler approach to developing its resources.
A long-term study analyzes a Gulf of Mexico phenomenon and its impact on the industry.
By harnessing the power of data, digital and more, oilfield service provider NOV is transforming its approach to tackling the industry’s toughest challenges.
A new research and manufacturing facility dedicated to the improvement of drilling motors opens in Oklahoma.
Completions and Production
Two separate but overlapping flow ranges produced within a single metering device provide enhanced turndown ratios.
Offshore investment activity will see a gradual recovery next year with capex estimated to reach almost $180 billion in 2025.
Activity in the Gulf of Mexico is increasing as new players, technology and tiebacks deliver change.
These 25 offshore key players are increasing production and efficiencies.
The massive Zama project is leading recent shallow-water discoveries.
International project agreements promise bright outlook for Middle East offshore operators.
By focusing on automation and artificial intelligence, equipment manufacturers are lowering costs and keeping personnel safe.
Both the fixed platform and floating production markets are picking up again after serious efforts by operators and contractors to cut costs.
An increase in field development sanctions and subsea tiebacks as well as better project economics are helping bring the subsea sector back to life.
A North Sea major looks to transform late-life asset operations with digital twins.
Check out the latest technologies and services offered for the upstream oil and gas industry.
Check out the latest offshore E&P highlights from around the world.
On The Move
Digital technology has significantly optimized operations in oil and gas, from automated processes for plant startup through to simulators, remote operations, predictive maintenance and robotic inspection.
An expert panel of judges has selected the top 18 industry projects that open new and better avenues to the complicated process of fi nding and producing hydrocarbons around the world.