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Permian Boosts Sand Demand With Longer Laterals

In some cases, sand volumes exceeded more than 1,800 pounds per linear foot on extended reach laterals in the Delaware Basin.

Oil Sands To Advance On Long, Winding Road

Volatile pricing, pipeline capacity concerns could hinder growth of Canadian oil sands production, but output still expected to rise.

Multilateral Stimulation Technology Aims To Boost Production

The technology is an openhole liner completion that connects the well and the reservoir without the need for hydraulic fracturing.

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Woodside Green Lights $1.9 Billion Greater Enfield Project

The development offshore Western Australia will be tied back to the Ngujima-Yin FPSO facility. First oil is expected in mid-2019.

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Report: Demand Rising For Permian Well Stimulation

Permian service providers in Hart Energy’s Heard In The Field survey report an increase in both inquiries and work volume due to operators starting to complete DUCs.

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Brexit: Five Questions And Answers For Oil Demand, Supply And Prices

Economists, businesses and analysts in oil markets sought to put the crisis in perspective even as some $2 trillion was wiped off the equity markets worldwide.

Light Emerges For Floating Production System Sector

As dire market conditions continue to hit the floating production system sector, companies have delayed or cancelled projects, would-be orders have fallen by the wayside and shipyards have been forced to lower prices to lure the little business that still exists.