Norway’s Statoil and its partners have submitted two Plans for Development and Operation (PDOs) for two field projects—one in the North Sea and one in the Norwegian Sea—that were both made economically attractive by the use of existing subsea infrastructure.
U.S. firms across the value chain can take advantage of opportunities that will emerge from Mexico’s energy reform, say experts at EnerCom.
Norway’s oil and gas era kicked off more than 50 years ago, but recent corporate activity demonstrates that plenty of life and potential remain in this mature province.
Operators have alternatives when it comes to EOR technology and one process appears less costly than others.
Halliburton is easily on top in the D-J and the Greater Green River basins, but ceded share in the second quarter.
Low crude prices and lack of gas-directed drilling bump up against growing demand. The result could be a price jump for U.S. natural gas.
Further optimization could lead to better frack designs, stage and well spacing, greater production and ultimately, more profit.