Protecting operator assets and ensuring those assets perform to their maximum potential is central to what mooring service providers do, but asset integrity is facing a growing number of challenges.
Increasingly volatile commodity prices call for a new forecast model.
The director of the Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science & Technology at Rice University discusses tiny technology with huge potential.
John Hoffman, CEO of Black Elk Energy, talks about his company’s business model and charitable initiatives – and its incredible growth.
2010 has seen a cavalcade of new ideas and new technologies.
ION CEO Bob Peebler takes a glance into the seismic crystal ball.
Understanding seismic stratigraphy and fluid migration plays a key role in reservoir optimization.
In spite of a considerable setbacks the drilling industry has made advances throughout the year.
Getting the most out of every reservoir is the name of the game, and technology plays a vital role.
As the industry climbed out of the 2008-2009 recession, drilling technology experienced continuous growth.
Technologies introduced in 2010 will push offshore drilling and production to new frontiers.
Like the ancient Chinese curse implies, our industry is challenged from many sides, but today production is in the spotlight.
Oil and gas companies face an unprecedented level of uncertainty as 2010 draws to a close.
The events of April 20, 2010, changed offshore drilling forever. Eleven men lost their lives, and the US began its struggle with the nation’s largest pollution event and response effort ever.
Despite issues with infrastructure, regulations, and security, the country might offer the world’s largest untapped reserves.
Unconventionals are the biggest game changer the industry will see. Everyone knows this is the future.