In this case study, Salem Thyne, CEO of ESal, discusses a revolutionary method developed by the Fort Worth, Texas-based firm that helped an E&P company dramatically increase its oil reserves while still reducing operating costs.
Tendeka specialists discuss how partnerships can hasten production and forge a cleaner, greener path as the energy transition and economic pressures put the debate of well intervention versus new completions center stage.
Denbury agreed to pay a subsidiary of Devon Energy up to $20 million in cash to acquire a pair of CO₂ EOR fields in Wyoming’s Freemont County.
Denbury will now focus on leveraging its expertise and strategic assets into an emerging carbon capture, use and storage business following completion of its financial restructuring, CEO Chris Kendall says.
An expert panel of judges has selected the top 25 industry projects that open new and better avenues to the complicated process of finding and producing hydrocarbons around the world.
Researchers confirm the importance of the physicochemical properties of crude oil in determining the effectiveness of smart water to improve oil recovery.
The U.S. independent producer’s laser focus on low cost of supply resources has had a significant impact on its technology roadmap, CTO Greg Leveille says.
Customized green treatments are outperforming conventional treatments in sustainability and more effective oil recovery.
The 4D solution offers oil and gas operators keen seismic monitoring of subsurface movements from a single source and a single receiver, SpotLight CEO Habib Al Khatib said in this exclusive interview.
Dougie McMichael, director of Bakken well factory planning and execution at Hess, expands on the company’s productivity and the technology drivers in the play in this one-on-one interview with Jessica Morales at the recent DUG Bakken & Rockies Conference & Exhibition in Denver.