E&P Magazine - June 2020
In the June issue of E&P, the cover story focuses on completions lessons with exclusive interviews with Reveal Energy Services, Daneshy Consulting International, Halliburton, Ambyint, Birchcliff Energy and more.
This month's features address frontier exploration, drill bits, and decommissioning and disposal.
This issue also showcases a special report on emissions management. This articles discusses how operators and service providers maintain a long-term view on emissions management.
The World View article, "Middle East economies choked by low prices," covers the Middle East and how some are scaling back projects in an effort to survive.
The unconventional report highlights the Haynesville Shale, in which Rystad Energy reports LNG exports are on the decline.
Oil and gas operators are driving sustained efficiencies by sharing their drilling data.
As I See It
Like life, the energy industry’s digital transformation is moving pretty fast.
Technology scouting programs can help preserve R&D capital for oil and gas companies by looking to other industries for crossover innovation.
Key actions oil and gas leaders can take now to innovate effectively.
While some oil producers in the Gulf region have taken a massive hit, others are scaling back projects in an effort to survive.
Completions and Production
Pickling as part of the shut-in process can help extend the shelf life of a well.
An offshore service provider develops a testing facility for homeless communities.
Oil and gas operators and service providers maintain a long-term view on emissions management.
A true digital oil field delivers operational excellence by providing significant advantages in reporting and analytics.
A remote operations center enables performance benchmarking and drilling optimization, improving consistency and performance.
Dynamic positioning control systems, when flooded with too much data, can potentially lose position and other critical functions.
Solid-state gyro system improves accuracy in cleanout BHA in Gulf of Mexico.
A novel application for drilling optimization proves successful in the Brazilian deepwater presalt.
A vessel-led approach to surface intervention addresses the issue of retiring deepwater and ultradeepwater pipeline assets.
A new active torque cutting structure is saving millions of dollars in transitional drilling applications for oil and gas operators.
A basin-scale geocellular model provides a tool for sweetspot identification in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta Shale located in the Neuquén Basin.
The time line for international R&D to demonstrate safe, sustainable and economically feasible gas hydrate production is on the horizon.
Analysis reveals a 20% output decline in a $1.80 to $1.90 Henry Hub scenario for the shale gas play.
A new manufacturing process optimizes PDC cutter performance.
Check out the latest products and services for the upstream oil and gas industry including a remote deployment model by Acoustic Data for a wireless monitoring system to overcome travel restrictions related to COVID-19.
On The Move
Check out the latest new hires, appointments and promotions as well as new company office and facility openings.