In an exclusive interview, Wee Yiaw Hin, managing director of Shell Malaysia Exploration & Production, discusses the company’s presence in Malaysia and the groundwork being laid for the future.
New sampling techniques bring field-size tests into the laboratory.
Combining standard petrophysical measurements with new rock physics observations can help characterize unconventional reservoirs.
Interpreting the changes in seismic signature for time-lapse monitoring requires a rock physics model that can handle stress changes.
Once again, experience proves to be the best teacher as operators find success at the end of a long string.
Multilateral technology is undergoing a renaissance as operators and service companies learn how to use it to improve production while saving money.
Multilateral completions have strong economic potential in unconventional gas developments.
A new study is combining the benefits of multistage fracturing with the additional data gained from time-lapse seismic.
Multizone completion technology and best stimulation practices minimize economic and environmental impacts, especially in horizontal wells.
Precise planning, careful project and contract management, and a positive working environment enable successful well abandonment in the North Sea.
Despite some rather inclement weather, a platform is successfully removed from the GoM.
The Haynesville shale play has become the focal point for North American gas production, given the relatively sustained activity when compared to other regions and the Gulf Mexico. As a result, the service sector has focused on developing performance and knowledge of this unconventional shale.
A fresh Cretaceous shale play in South Texas has slipped into the industry’s future.