Production from deep water will remain steady though 2020, but new projects will need to be developed in the longer term.
Since starting Common Resources LLC two years ago, Roger Jarvis has made a splash in North America’s unconventional plays.
Founded in 1934 by Gifford C. Parker, Houston-based Parker Drilling has made notable strides in Arctic drilling under astute third-generation leadership.
Using a “one-stop” PPE company yields more efficiency and facilitates procurement of specialized products and services globally.
Industry and environmental organizations are joining forces to integrate advanced technologies into drilling operations to significantly reduce the impact of drilling and production activities in environmentally sensitive areas.
For an industry with little tolerance for missed deadlines, a recent spike in delayed offshore newbuild projects has frustrated yards, suppliers, owners, and customers alike.
A new approach enables the interpretation of all geologic features represented in a 3-D volume as complete three-dimensional surfaces.
The key to deriving reliable images from seismic data is high-quality anisotropic imaging and model building using all relevant data in efficient workflows that recognize there may not be one right answer.
Developing a proprietary database is an important step toward improving lifecycle reliability of future subsea power products while simultaneously reducing their development cycle time and expense.
Technical innovations improve pump life and operating efficiency in the Powder River and Illinios basins.
Svelte and sexy, yet efficient and reliable, linear rod pumps offer advantages for rod-pumped wells.
The increased focus on natural gas has been a catalyst for interest in FLNG, a business sector that is expected to see US $23 billion invested between 2010 and 2016.
Design innovations move TLP technology into the deepest application yet.
The latest resource estimate suggests the US has nearly 100 years’ of gas production, meaning this cleaner-burning fuel could bridge the economy from a dirty-fuel- powered one to an economy with fewer greenhouse gas emissions. But the successful exploitation of these gas shales so far has contributed to a drop in natural gas prices during the past two years and raises questions about a sustained near-term price rebound.