Mary Hackett, Woodside Petroleum Ltd.’s onshore project manager for Pluto trains two and three, talks about the company’s vision to be a global LNG leader as well as the key projects and people that will help the company realize this goal.
Biggest, fastest, first-ever — it’s all in a year’s work.
You want better-faster-cheaper? You got it! Innovative technologies continue to emerge.
New rigs, deeper wells, and Arctic drilling drew attention this year.
New rig designs, control systems, drilling risers, and API specifications are among the rollouts this year.
Exploration is important, drilling is important, reservoir characterization is important, but at the end of the day, it’s production that pays the bills.
There is no end to the great ideas that come from our creative and innovative industry; unfortunately, the uptake of many of these ideas seems to move at geologic speed.
Financial indicators point to an economy in the early stages of recovery.
Capital expenditure of oil and gas companies, after surging from 2007 to 2008, witnessed a significant decrease in 2009. In 2010, capex activity is expected to go up, driven mainly by large national oil companies.