Playbooks

Scoop/Stack The 2017 Playbook

The Scoop/Stack Playbook is the 29th in Hart Energy’s exclusive series of comprehensive reports delving into North America’s most compelling unconventional resource plays. The lineup ofarticles addresses the topics everyone is talking about and delivers answers to essential questions on reservoirs, active operators, economics, key technologies and infrastructure issues. Theplaybook also features a full-color map highlighting fields, drilling activity and significant wells.

2017 Artificial Lift Techbook

Revenue from artificial lift is expected to reach $29 billion globally by 2022, according to one study. In the 2017 Artificial Lift Techbook Hart Energy explores the avenues traveled by producers to recover more oil using artificial lift in a cost-efficient manner. The techbook features insights on market trends, a guide to the industry’s key artificial lift players, a look at best practices and the technology advances in artificial lift. Types of lift to be addressed include ESP, PCP, beam pumps, rod lift, gas lift and more.

2017 Water Management Techbook

The 2017 Water Management Techbook is the 11th in a series of techbooks in which Hart Energy will provide comprehensive coverage of effective and emerg-ing technologies in the oil and gas industry. Each techbook includes a market overview, a sample of key technology providers, case studies of field applica-tions and exclusive analysis of industry trends relative to specific technologies.

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2017 Offshore Technology Yearbook

In an extension of Hart Energy’s Unconventional Yearbook series, known for its industry-leading analysis of the top resource plays, the Offshore Technology Yearbook series presents key market and technology trends shaping the global offshore E&P business. This third in an annual series of yearbooks provides an overview of current upstream activity, with authoritative insights into the global and regional offshore markets, exploration, drilling and field development activity, and exclusive access to capex data, facts and forecasts on projects, facilities and infrastructure. Also highlighted are the key emerging and established technologies being employed, the top projects of 2017-2018 and profiles of the top 15 offshore oil and gas operators. A full-color map also in included.

2017 Unconventional Yearbook

The 2017 Unconventional Yearbook will explore the companies that have done the most in improving their technology to help operators improve efficiencies. In previous years, the playbook focused on shale plays. This year we take an insider approach to the technology advances behind those plays and the economics shaping the industry's future.

Permian & Eagle Ford The 2016 Playbook

The Permian & Eagle Ford playbook is the 28th in the series and delves into North America’s most compelling unconventional resource play. It delivers answers to the essential questions on reservoirs, active operators, economics, key technologies and infrastructure issues.

2016 Marcellus-Utica Shales Playbook

The 2016 Marcellus-Utica Shales Playbook is the 27th in Hart Energy’s exclusive series of comprehensive reports delving into North America’s most compelling unconventional resource plays. This highly anticipated report takes readers inside Appalachia’s most prolific natural gas-rich stacked plays–the Marcellus and the Utica formations. Our lineup of topics addresses the most important issues facing producers in the East, and delivers answers to essential questions on reservoirs, active operators, economics, key technologies and infrastructure issues.

Hydraulic Fracturing Techbook 2016

The 2016 Hydraulic Fracturing Techbook is the 10th in a series of techbooks in which Hart Energy provides comprehensive coverage of effective and emerging technologies in the oil and gas industry. This highly sought after resource includes a hydraulic fracturing market overview, a sample of key technology providers, case studies of field applications and exclusive analysis of hydraulic fracturing trends.

2016 Artificial Lift Techbook

Artificial lift revenue is expected to reach $29 billion by 2022 globally, according to one study. Join Hart Energy as we explore its increasing demand. In this techbook, Hart Energy’s editors examine market trends and highlight the leading providers of artificial lift technologies. In addition, advances in automation, selection, deployment and optimization will be discussed alongside the challenges that keep operators searching for solutions. Case studies featuring examples of real-world applications will be included in the techbook. Types of lift to be addressed include ESP, PCP, beam pumps, rod lift, gas lift and more.

2016 Artificial Lift Techbook

Artificial lift revenue is expected to reach $29 billion by 2022 globally, according to one study. Join Hart Energy as we explore its increasing demand. In this techbook, Hart Energy’s editors examine market trends and highlight the leading providers of artificial lift technologies. In addition, advances in automation, selection, deployment and optimization will be discussed alongside the challenges that keep operators searching for solutions. Case studies featuring examples of real-world applications will be included in the techbook. Types of lift to be addressed include ESP, PCP, beam pumps, rod lift, gas lift and more.

2016 Offshore Technology Yearbook

The second edition of Hart Energy’s Offshore Technology Yearbook series provides an overview of current upstream activity, with authoritative insights into the global and regional offshore markets, exploration, drilling and field development activity, and exclusive access to CAPEX data, facts and forecasts on upcoming projects, facilities and infrastructure. Also highlighted are the key emerging and established technologies being employed, the top 10 projects of 2015 and profiles of the top 15 offshore oil and gas operators.

2016 Unconventional Yearbook

The 2016 Unconventional Yearbook presents the most important facts and figures on the top five U.S. resource plays. The sixth in the series, it provides an overview of current activity with snapshots of the regional resource plays, profiles of key players, a review of technology, a look at midstream activity, as well as economic analysis and data