Canadian Ambassador to the US Gary Doer explains why the Keystone Gulf Coast Expansion Project is vital to the US and shares evidence that melts the “frozen facts” on oil sands production.
Operating internationally is enough of a challenge without losing sight of the supply chain.
Increased attention on safety and asset integrity has shifted industry focus to maintenance programs and inspection.
Geophysical measurements prove their worth as shale operators opt for quality over quantity.
A new methodology provides coherent stacking of seismic data and has the potential to compute enhanced prestack seismic traces.
Applying neural network analysis shows better log correlation in P impedance volumes.
Optimized motors can reduce drilling time in difficult, high-temperature shale formations.
Combining laboratory measurements with real-time information helps fluid design companies combat the challenges presented in many downhole environments.
Use of multistage centrifugal surface pumping systems optimizes EOR using CO flooding in mature fields.
A new water-based mud is helping Haynesville operators save drilling time and spread cost while adding environmental advantages to their operations.
In a down market for dry-gas plays, the Haynesville holds promise for an intensive natural gas future.
Taking a proactive step to prevent wells from going sour, a non-chemical surface treatment can be implemented to get the bugs out of frac fluid.
More than 100 FPSs will be installed worldwide between 2010 and 2014 at a total value of nearly US $45 billion.
New units continue to roll out of the yards despite a year and a half of global financial strain.
China is facing unique hurdles in its bid to develop domestic unconventional gas, but the long-term view is promising.