Schein was part of a pioneering group that was willing to try, fail, and try again to get the right recipe for success in this challenging environment.
Going from nothing to more than 4,500 b/d of oil in four years is having a positive impact on this transformational company. It’s also having a positive impact on the people of Belize.
FMC plans and provides subsea equipment for BP’s Greater Plutonio and Total’s Pazflor projects.
Technologies applied on the Norwegian Continental Shelf will soon enter the Gulf of Mexico.
With the introduction of shale gas drilling in the northeastern US, newspapers have a new front-page headline, and politicians have a new subject to debate (mostly with a negative view) — hydraulic fracturing.
The country is host to several plays that could yield trillions of cubic feet of gas.
Annual CT rig count indicates another 5% increase in 2009.
The world’s major economies appear to have turned the corner after the ‘Great Recession,’ but short-term challenges remain.
Elegant in its simplicity, a new water reclamation service has been introduced, and it begs the question, “Why didn’t we think of this before?”
Dynamic surging, followed immediately by prepacking, enables more effective gravel packing for sand control and, in an example from Malaysia, improved well performance.
For years the purview of North Sea operators, 4-D seismic is now being applied around the world in both land and offshore environments.
Buried arrays provide increased reservoir understanding at a fraction of the cost of surface monitoring.
Operators, technology companies, and service providers need to work together to meet shale gas production water management challenges.