E&P Plus - February 2021
Hart Energy's Faiza Rizvi delves into the rapid rise of remote operations in the cover story, which features interviews with Weatherford, Baker Hughes, Shell, BCG, Emerson and InEight.
In this month's Executive Q&A, Hart Energy's Brian Walzel chats with Scott Dale, executive director with Halliburton Labs, in this exclusive video interview.
Our monthly roundtable video features experts with RigER, Ambyint, Validere and Actenum Corp. and highlights how AI is driving oil and gas market recovery.
The Company Spotlight feature highlights a video Q&A with Varel Energy Solutions CEO Derek Nixon, as he discusses the company’s new direction after its recent reset.
The Regional Report covers the Arctic.
As I See It
The oil and gas industry can’t allow its narrative to be owned and told by others.
Restricted movement due to global lockdowns has pushed oil and gas companies to reimagine operations and embrace remote technologies faster than ever.
The oilfield service company’s clean energy incubator program gives startups a head start, says Halliburton Labs Executive Director Scott Gale.
It is time for the U.S. to take the lead in transitioning to a hydrogen economy.
As the industry seeks opportunities to extract the most value from existing assets, cloud-based systems provide an opportunity for increasing production and enhancing operational efficiency.
The focus on a reliable solution for powered and wired drillpipe has been a significant challenge for the drilling industry.
A new reservoir analysis software delivers an evaluation for cuttings, logs and drilling data to improve reservoir characterization.
Over the years, the ROV industry has seen many iterative advances in technology, changing the role and modern capabilities of remote vehicles in subsea operations.
A new and advanced workflow images fracturing fluid placement in real time.
Research reviews the impact of rheology models on the injection profile and recovery improvement of horizontal well polymer flooding in a heavy oil reservoir on Alaska’s North Slope.
Unfortunately, during the past year, a number of major banks announced they would not finance major Arctic development projects.
As companies look toward market recovery, these new drilling and completions technologies will help producers boost efficiencies and streamline operations
Check out the latest oil and gas drilling activity highlights across the U.S. featured in the February issue of E&P Plus.
On The Move
Check out the latest new hires, appointments and promotions as well as new company office and facility openings.
Current E&P technology needs a significant pivot in the way applications are developed and delivered.