Turnco's software component inspection portal can decrease catastrophic bottomhole assembly failures for operators in the Permian Basin.
Hart Energy’s Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation recognizes 17 technologies for engineering excellence in the upstream petroleum industry and highlights new products and technologies that demonstrate innovation in concept, design and application.
The Oklahoma City-based E&P is intentionally letting Haynesville natural gas production fall off this year as the industry faces a volatile supply-demand imbalance.
Executives from E&Ps such as GeoSouthern Energy and New ASEAN Energy said they are adjusting drilling and hedging strategies in the Haynesville Shale after a rapid collapse in U.S. natural gas prices.
The Permian led the nation in drilling rig activity in the past year, with data showing much of that growth coming from large, public upstream operators as private companies such as CrownQuest Operating, Iskandia Energy and Mack Energy have downshifted.
With the offshore drilling market on a positive upswing, rig companies are trying to meet demand while adding the latest bells and whistles to their fleets.
Virtual modeling of real-world rig floors can help robots relieve humans of the most dangerous jobs.
As ConocoPhillips starts early construction activities for Willow, environmental groups are pushing back with lawsuits against the Biden administration after approval of the Alaska drilling project.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including first gas offshore Egypt and FEED updates in the upstream oil and gas industry.
In this week's inaugural E&P Tech Trends episode, join Hart Energy senior technology editor Jennifer Pallanich as she explores Patterson-UTI's Rig 567.