Leaders from Devon, Pioneer, Chevron and ConocoPhillips discuss the latest in unconventional development and how recent acquisitions have enabled greater efficiencies.
Pressure pumpers that survived a rough 2020 are in recovery mode, some say, as conditions improve with a continued efficiency drive toward a lower carbon world.
Halliburton Co. has introduced ExpressFiber, a single-use fiber optic cable that offers accurate, direct subsurface measurements, including cross-well communication, at a price point that enables fracture monitoring on every well pad, the company said on July 27.
As Sam Sledge takes the helm as CEO at Midland, Texas-based ProPetro, he replaces Phillip Gobe, who had headed the company since the exit of its co-founder last year.
Seneca Resources Company LLC and NexTier Oilfield Solutions Inc. intend to pioneer an innovative study evaluating the carbon emissions generated by various types of equipment commonly used for hydraulic fracturing of oil and natural gas wells, Seneca said on July 12.
Liberty Oilfield Services Inc. has successfully completed the rigorous field testing of Liberty’s digiFrac electric pump, the company said on July 7.
Reveal Energy Services has entered into a technology licensing and development agreement on July 6 to commercialize ConocoPhillips’ patented poroelastic response measurement (PRM) technology.
Breakwater Energy Partners expanded its Big Spring Recycling System into Martin County and is developing two additional commercial facilities in the Midland Basin, the company said on June 21.
These fleets will deploy in early 2022 and carry an optional two-year extension following the initial term.