New methodology improves prestack time migration.
Next-generation software will allow geologists to integrate seismic and petrophysical data into their computer-aided interpretation workflow.
Noise reduction techniques provide cleaner datasets.
As the global concern over the effects of CO2 on the environment grows so do energy industry initiatives to economically address the issue, such as CCS.
Engineered solutions for torque-and-drag gain new recognition with extended-reach wells.
For the world’s most extreme well construction operations, automated, reliable equipment and engineered fit-for-purpose cement designs are essential.
Operating companies routinely use consultants in a temporary capacity to augment their staff or to complete projects that require additional effort or increased focus. Many times, the consulting process is handled improperly, leading to unsatisfactory results.
‘The right man for the job’ may be a cliché, but hiring the wrong person can spell disaster for a company.
The goal is to identify technologies needed to effect improved oil recovery.
A new generation of lightweight, noncorrosive flexible pipes has the potential to enable new field development scenarios in deep and ultra-deepwater fields around the world.
As water depths and reservoir pressures increase, so do riser tensioner requirements.
Deepwater and harsh-environment developments are driving riser technology in new directions, and companies that are investing in R&D are leading the charge.
Removing guesswork and uncertainty from production operations can save millions of dollars by reducing or eliminating interventions, indentifying potentially hazardous leaks, and maximizing production.
Major US oil deposits can be tapped at current prices.