Aquaterra Energy has secured a multi-million-dollar riser contract on March 2 with a marine vessel owner and operator for deeper water well intervention projects mainly in the Asia Pacific region.
E-frac fleets reduce emissions by 99% compared to conventional diesel powered fleets, says Matt Moncla, chief commercial officer at Houston-based U.S. Well Services.
Technology-driven partnership brings together the complementary expertise of the two companies to capture carbon at LafargeHolcim’s cement plants and store it using Schlumberger technologies.
STEP Energy Services Ltd. and Universal Chemical Solutions Inc. (UCS) have entered into an agreement on Feb. 4 that will facilitate the delivery of post-production stimulation services to energy producers working in the Eagle Ford Shale, Permian Basin, Niobrara-DJ Basin and Bakken Formation.
This special section highlights the latest hydraulic fracturing technologies and services from nearly 40 companies and how these tools aim to address operator challenges.
An all-composite plug reduces the volume of composite material in the plug construction by 35%.
Next-gen fracturing systems offer lower operating costs along with green benefits.
Pressure-based maps and post-stimulation leak-off analysis identify optimal rock stimulation trends.
A single-trip system activates without the need to drop balls or darts down the ID of the work string, which saves rig time for oil and gas operators.