After a difficult 2009, the oil and gas industry is starting to see several signs of recovery.
CEO Ray Leonard is taking formerly struggling Hyperdynamics in a new direction.
This University of Houston professor reminds everyone that science can be fun.
A new approach to oil and gas exploration heralds a major industry change.
All plays are different, but their key parameters could be similar.
New hardware and software developments in low-frequency seismic technology are helping operators improve efficiency.
There is plenty of ocean left to explore, but the Gulf of Mexico may never be the same.
A year after its inception, INOVA Geophysical is making its presence felt.
Geophysicists no longer have to be skilled computer programmers to do their job.
A new level of insight into the wellbore environment is providing more accurate control.
Companies are realizing the full potential for CTD in underbalanced conditions.
Technology decouples fracture performance from proppant pack permeability, increasing conductivity by orders of magnitude.
Faster and more cost-effective than other multistage technologies, a technique that places competent sand plugs in horizontal wells improves fracture control and reduces stage spacing.
Water treatment schemes abound as hydraulic fracturing takes a front seat in unconventional play development, but high costs and low volumes have been a concern.
A new rigless through-wellhead workover system is redefining work practices in the global well integrity industry and breathing new life into existing production infrastructure.
Thinking outside the box has resulted in the prolonged production life of two North Sea fields.
Managing compliance processes, regulating workflow, and making data-based decisions offer competitive advantages to improve control of insurance and operating costs.
The CEO of ION Geophysical has helped his company weather a tough decade.
Making graphs to quantify the effect of synergy for the first time is an innovation that has created new ways to think about oil and gas exploration and synergy.