E&P Plus - April 2021
In the April issue of E&P Plus, Len Vermillion covers ESG in oil and gas, featuring interviews with Schlumberger and US Well Services.
In the Executive Q&A video, Brian Walzel chats with TGS CEO Kristian K. Johansen about the energy transition.
He also interviews Upwing Energy CEO Herman Artinian about gas-lift technologies.
In an interview with ADNOC Group, Faiza Rizvi reviews Abu Dhabi’s developing unconventional resources. Check out her article, "Permian in the Middle East? UAE stepping up to replicate US shale boom."
Building an ESG case and presenting the right evidence to stakeholders across the value chain has become a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma for producers and service providers in oil and gas. So how are they setting about solving it?
Upwing Energy CEO Herman Artinian shares details about the company’s evolution, how its technologies work and the state of the artificial lift industry.
Data-driven upstream service company diversifies to meet energy transition demands.
The UAE’s unconventional resources show promising results, with production potential comparable to the most prolific North American shale plays.
Tighter management of shutdown, turnaround and outage (STO) projects can save millions in maintenance costs. Here’s a blueprint for doing STO more efficiently.
Who can access spare Appalachia takeaway? This analysis takes a look at how pipeline takeaway capacity will determine which companies can grow production and on which midstream systems.
A winning combination of historical and real-time data can ensure optimum operability and profitability for aging assets.
On-the-fly curable resin coating controls proppant flowback and improves production.
New high-definition NMR LWD technology helps improve well placement in complex clastic and carbonate reservoirs.
An integrated approach for reservoir characterization bridges the traditional disciplinary divides, leading to better handling of uncertainties and improvement of the reservoir model for field development.
A new technology empowers companies to efficiently take inventory and asset management into the modern digital oilfield age.
With increasing focus toward remote operations, strategic adoption of cloud computing technologies will allow oil and gas companies to scale their data management and drive higher efficiencies.