E&P Plus - October 2020
In this issue:
ESG Takes Root
Achieving real results, not satisfying buzzwords
There’s little doubt sustainability will be part of doing business in oil and gas fields going forward. Now, how do companies go about quantifying their efforts? This article features interviews with Kristian Johansen, CEO of TGS; Chris Wright, CEO of Liberty Oilfield Services; and Tracy Turner, CEO of CP Energy Services. Read more
Baker Hughes CEO talks OFS companies and the road ahead in a new energy world
In this exclusive interview with E&P Plus, Lorenzo Simonelli discusses the digital transformation, offshore technology, LNG, the energy transition and more. Read more
Another step closer to real-time hydraulic fracture design
With the commercialization of a sealed wellbore pressure monitoring system, Devon Energy and Well Data Labs say more operators have access to improving the efficiency of their fracture clusters. Read more
BY THE NUMBERS:
Carbon emissions and ESG
In a new addition to E&P Plus, this month's "By the Numbers" infographic highlights key statistics on ESG and carbon emissions in the U.S. Read more
The future of additive manufacturing
In this exclusive Q&A with E&P Plus, Andreas Graichen, group manager for digitalization and industrialization of additive manufacturing with Siemens Energy, discusses the Siemens AM Monitor—a 2020 Offshore Technology Conference Spotlight on New Technology award winner. Read more
South America’s pending success to overshadow harsh 2020
Upstream activity will fuel the region as a leader on the road to recovery. Read more
FEATURES THIS MONTH:
Drilling Automation (Includes Video)
As I See It
Oilfield jobs have taken a stunning hit, but the drive toward digitalization and a low-carbon future will create new opportunities for the industry’s workers.
There’s little doubt sustainability will be part of doing business in oil and gas fields going forward. Now, how do companies go about quantifying their efforts?
By the Numbers
This infographic highlights data on carbon emissions and ESG in the energy sector from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, International Energy Agency and Deloitte Insights.
Lorenzo Simonelli discusses the digital transformation, offshore technology, LNG, the energy transition and more.
With the commercialization of a sealed wellbore pressure monitoring system, more oil and gas operators have access to improving the efficiency of their fracture clusters.
Although some demand may be permanently lost, the gas market is still expected to follow a growth path.
With integrated analytics operationalized and simplified at scale, energy companies can adopt a true data-driven approach.
Downhole compressor technology drives adoption of artificial lift for natural gas wells.
Paul Madero, vice president of drilling services with Baker Hughes, explains why remote and autonomous drilling operations will enable better wells and better production.
Live downhole reservoir testing enables dynamic data acquisition in Asia, the Middle East, North Sea and Africa.
Subsea connection advances facilitate diverless shallow-water tieback.
A real-time workflow evaluates flowback data and improves well performance.
The Siemens Energy AM Monitor’s machine learning algorithms impartially evaluate the recoating during the printing of a 3D-printed component.
Electrification opens a world of opportunity to improve operations, including lower LOE, de-risking, ESG benefits and more.
Upstream activity will fuel the region as a leader on the road to recovery.
Onsite technicians can send, receive, or open and view documents on smart glasses as well as receive real-time expertise, which reduces downtime and HSEQ risks.
Check out the latest products and services for the upstream oil and gas industry including the new Lucida advanced rotary steerable service by Baker Hughes for high-performance drilling.
Check out the latest oil and gas drilling activity highlights from around the world featured in the October issue of E&P Plus including Apache’s recent discovery offshore Suriname plus additional reservoirs in Guyana’s Stabroek Block.
Check out the latest oil and gas drilling activity highlights across the U.S. featured in the October issue of E&P Plus including Chesapeake Energy Marcellus Shale discoveries plus a Wolfcamp well tested by Occidental Petroleum in New Mexico’s Eddy County.
On The Move
Check out the latest new hires, appointments and promotions as well as new company office and facility openings.