Chuck Davidson, chairman and CEO of Noble Energy, calls Tamar a gamechanger for Israel, Noble, and its partners.
FloaTEC LLC is investing in R&D to find solutions to deepwater and harsh environment challenges under the leadership of John Murray.
Proven in Indonesia’s fractured limestone reservoirs, MPD is now becoming a key tool for cutting NPT and increasing operator efficiency in many types of formations.
New methodologies reduce cost, improve data quality.
Project portfolio management software solutions help E&P companies profit in challenging times.
In an industry where downtime and inefficient field operations can be crippling, a new breed of innovative, easy-to-use technology solutions is helping companies in the oil and gas industry be more efficient, more informed, and more profitable.
Modeling discrete fracture networks optimizes frac design and performance.
The AEC makes progress toward illuminating the reservoir with a world-class team of interdisciplinary researchers working on a portfolio of nanotechnology-based sensor technologies.
SideWinder design can be incorporated into any standard profile PDC bit.
Extensive field testing verified the design, with the Diamond Edge series producing longer runs and showing exceptional post-run conditions.
TORKBUSTER combination destroys rock and reduces costs.
New bit design offers a variety of cutter choices for different formations.
NOV’s TC11 bit combines forged-in tooth and jacket protection.
New ONYX PDC cutters deliver unprecedented wear and impact resistance, improved thermal stability.
A complete frac additive program reduces costs, lowers HSE risk, and maximizes production.
As water and well depths increase, so do remediation costs, making flow assurance and other production chemicals a critical component of integrated well completion and production planning.
Silicone-based resin combined with glass microspheres is one of the newest subsea insulation materials.
There are approximately 4,000 oil and gas producing subsea wells across the globe, and this number is increasing. With many now more than a decade old, intervention is crucial to extracting all possible recoverable oil.