Intelligent Intervention Improves Economics, Efficiencies

Combining real-time downhole intelligence, coiled tubing strength and flexibility, and continuous electrical power benefits fishing, milling, cleanouts, perforating and other operations.

Kazakstan, Kashagan, production, oil, gas, Caspian Sea

Kashagan Oil Field Reaches Milestones Amid Capex Recovery Angst

Costs for the development have swelled to about $50 billion as the industry copes with lower commodity prices, prompting concern among analysts about project partners’ capex recovery.

Chevron, Bangka, offshore, Indonesia, gas

Indonesian Roller Coaster No Amusement Ride

Indonesia’s upstream sector, after a decade of production decline and several years of investor uncertainty, is finally upping its game.

Schlumberger, shale, drilling, technology, rig, fracturing, subsea, tieback, Kibsgaard, Rowe

Schlumberger Targets ‘Super Laterals,’ Subsea Tiebacks

The company is gearing up to roll out its “rig of the future” next year as its Cameron Group looks for further subsea tieback growth opportunities.

The Future Of Oil: Winners, Losers And The Oil Price

Tight oil ‘have nots’ need a structural reduction on pre-FID costs to maintain their conventional portfolios.

IndustryVoice™: PGS Finds Success With New Seismic Approach

A new approach to a system design helped PGS tackle its most complex survey. (Sponsored content)

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.