A Big Unknown: Will Laid-Off Workers Return To Energy?

Since 2014, more than 200,000 jobs have been lost in the industry. Many of those experienced employees have called it quits for good.

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Anadarko Petroleum’s $2.3 Billion Deal With Sanchez Tilts Eagle Ford Balance

Sanchez and private-equity company Blackstone Energy will pay in equally for 155,000 net acres in the Eagle Ford while Anadarko looks to spend in the D-J and Permian basins.

Quality Control, Logistics Key To Effective Proppant

Particle analysis and real-time tracking are just two of many areas where new technologies are driving innovation in proppant efficiency and well productivity.

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ExxonMobil Scores Again Offshore Guyana With Another Oil Find

To better gauge resource potential, ExxonMobil said the discovery is being evaluated with two sidetracks drilled. A well test is underway.

Light In The Darkness Reveals Unlimited Possibilities

In a first-of-its-kind application, subsea LiDAR delivers the data needed to 3-D print an accurate physical model of a damaged subsea part.

Drones Take On Roles In Land Seismic Data Acquisition Operations

Technology has great potential to reduce HSE risks.

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Massive Carbon Capture, EOR Project Cranks Up In Texas

The captured CO2 is expected to grow oil production at a West Texas field by 5x its current amount over the next few years.