Airborne Oil & Gas, Total Take Deepwater TCP Jumper Plunge

Finding new cost-saving, quicker subsea solutions for deepwater projects are part of the quest for most oil and gas companies.

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Land Ho! Dril-Quip Comes Ashore In $143 Million Deal

The company picks up TIW Corp., founded during the First World War, for its first acquisition since it was formed in 1981.

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Favorable Oil, Gas DUC Economics Could Heal Wounds

The latest data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows the number of drilled but uncompleted wells is falling.

Combined Techniques Drill Through Tough Formations

Coupling two different specialized drilling techniques can produce significant benefits.

BOEM’s Draft Regulations For GoM Draw Oil, Gas Industry Concerns

Activities assessed in the draft rules include deep-penetration and high-resolution seismic, electromagnetic, magnetic, gravity and remote-sensing surveys as well as geological and geochemical sampling.

Geomechanics Modeling Service Balances Complexity, Accuracy

One-dimensional models are acceptable for many modeling scenarios.

Fits And Starts For Contractors, But No Major Third-Quarter Mojo

Yo-yoing third-quarter commodity prices undercut momentum for the oilfield services sector and pushed the long-awaited recovery into 2017.