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.
The sale of the OneStim fracking business by Schlumberger to Liberty Oilfield Services is expected to create one of the largest pressure pumping companies in North America.
Most of the growth over the next year or so is expected to come from the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale along with notable growth this year from some gas plays, analysts say.
Eureka Resources LLC has been awarded a U.S. patent on Aug. 24 for its groundbreaking approach to cleansing and recycling wastewater from oil and gas operations.
Fort Worth, Texas-based pressure pumper FTS International plans to voluntarily file for bankruptcy in the coming weeks to implement a prepackaged Chapter 11 plan of reorganization it says will pave the way for future strategic growth.
U.S. hydraulic fracturing firm ProPetro Holding Corp. plans to run between seven to eight fleets this quarter, up from an average of four fleets in the second quarter, executives told investors on an earnings call on Aug. 5.
Oilfield services giant Schlumberger on July 24 reported its second straight quarterly loss after recording a $3.7 billion charge related to thousands of job cuts and a major pipeline outage in Ecuador.
The running rate of frac activity in the Permian has shifted from 15 to 20 wells per week in May and June, to 40 to 45 wells per week in the last three weeks. Last week, week 29, activity was particularly strong with 63 started frac operations based on our preliminary estimates. This level of activity has not been seen in the Permian since early April this year.
NexTier Oilfield Solutions CEO Robert Drummond joins Hart Energy editors for a conversation centered on his outlook for the oilfield services sector’s recovery on the other side of this downturn.