Mexico, seismic, exploration, CNH, SENER, Gulf of Mexico

Mexico’s Exploration Efforts Attract Industry Attention

More than 2 million sq km (772,204 sq miles) of new 2-D and 3-D seismic are expected to lure companies to Mexico’s E&P sector.

Texas Produced More 40-Degree API Oil Than North Dakota, California In 2016

The API gravity for extracted crude varies across states, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said.

All-electric Subsea Production System Remains A Work In Progress

Work on the next generation of all-electric subsea production systems is being advanced, albeit not swiftly, as there is a three-way competition amongst big hardware companies.

Geopolitical Environment, Energy Market

Why Geopolitical Environment Is Certain To Impact Global Energy Market

At DUG Permian Basin, Tom Petrie advised that the U.S. is poised to become a key driver of the oil supply equation.

iran, india, Farzad-B

Iran Rejects India’s Threats To Cut Oil Imports Over Farzad-B Gas Field Delay

The largest buyers of Iranian crude have decided to reduce imports from Tehran. What does the ongoing dispute mean for the global oil industry?

Gulf of Mexico exploration

Gulf Of Mexico Deepwater Exploration Remains Strong Despite Downturn

Operators managed to spud 78 deepwater exploration wells in 2016, while deepwater wells drilled had been cut by half.

Qatar Petroleum North Field Moratorium

Qatar Petroleum Lifts Moratorium On North Field Development

Aiming to maintain market share, Qatar Petroleum lifted its self-imposed moratorium on the world’s largest natural gas field after more than a decade.