E&P Magazine - August 2019
In the August issue of E&P, the cover story focuses on deep water. Other features cover marine seismic, MPD/UBD, pressure pumping, artificial lift, water management and remote/unmanned well operations. The unconventional report focuses on the Middle East. In addition, this issue includes an artificial lift technology showcase.
As I See It
Early offshore successes show the potential for Mexico’s oil and gas future.
Industry, government and academia team up to deliver innovative solutions.
Design constraints and specifications that are best suited to each individual project need to be jointly defined and implemented.
An information-enabled DCS can make oil and gas operators more effective by simplifying their jobs and offering useful insights.
A discovery at Oseberg Vestflanken increases the field’s resource base while demonstrating importance of near-field exploration.
Completions and Production
The well production life cycle depends on effective and reliable technologies.
New technologies reduce operational costs and mitigate safety and environmental risks.
How technology can be applied within an overall maintenance strategy to help an operator achieve business objectives without compromising safety and security is extremely important.
Mobile service brings sand coating capacity to in-basin mines.
One independent energy company’s approach to water stewardship is delivering positive returns.
Pumping service helps reduce variability for the stimulation treatment.
Proactive condition-based maintenance plus advanced energy storage solutions can save large costs and increase safety at sea or on land.
The key to a smooth-running unmanned facility is a robust and intelligent maintenance strategy.
The combination of drilling-with-liner with MPD was successful in drilling a hazardous section of a North Sea well.
A company increased drilling efficiency for long laterals using an integrated alternative drilling technique.
Dual fuel operations deliver millions in saved diesel fuel costs.
The application of a high-resolution multistage FWI and image-guided tomography workflow brings seismic anomalies into better focus.
A new end-to-end technology suite addresses inefficiencies in large projects.
Water challenges and opportunities in the Marcellus Shale keep operators and service companies seeking solutions.
System makes it more economical to produce remote and offshore fields and lowers breakeven costs.
Middle Eastern countries are eyeing production from their unconventional reserves and planning a new future.
Check out the latest products and services released for the upstream oil and gas industry.
On The Move
Check out the latest new hires, appointments and promotions as well as new company office and facility openings.