E&P Plus - March 2021
In Brian Walzel's As I See It column, he explains why the O&G Industry Needs to Walk a Fine Line.
Moreover, in his water management cover story, Keeping the Flow, he interviews Bedrock Automation, SitePro, XRI, Southwest Research Institute and Select Energy Services.
Jessica Morales hosts a Water Reclamation and Reuse roundtable video with Oilfield Water Logistics, Produced Water Society and WaterBridge.
Ariana Hurtado highlights STRYDE in a Q&A interview with its CEO in this month's Company Spotlight: Seismic Technology Startup Experiences Rapid Growth.
As I See It
Operators and service companies need to provide the world with traditional energy sources while also planning for a clean energy future.
Water management faces challenges and opportunities as the industry recovers.
In an exclusive video roundtable, Hart Energy recently hosted leaders from Oilfield Water Logistics, WaterBridge and the Produced Water Society to discuss the water management industry’s recovery.
STRYDE CEO Mike Popham shares details about the company’s progress since being spun out of bp as well as its new nodal technology, 2021 plans and emerging trends.
Though the reputational and financial gains to be made from the renewables sector are now more attractive and attainable for investors, oil and gas retains a crucial role in the energy mix going forward.
Decarbonization is critical for oil and gas companies to be sustainable in a low-carbon future, but most companies are struggling to translate strategy into execution.
Bringing together two technologies in one service offering will ensure fast, accurate and tailored remediation to a variety of sand control issues.
A seismic database is a very valuable asset for a company, but it can also present risk if ownership and entitlements are not well understood.
There is no clear evidence that higher conductivity proppants (either white sand versus regional sand or ceramic proppants versus white sand) result in better well performance and economics.
Add liquidity to the oil and gas industry with a software-as-a-service enabled marketplace backed by physical chemistry.
Drilling contractors and operators can benefit from a unique, proactive risk reduction and condition-based monitoring program for wireline riser tensioners.