A new approach to hydraulic fracturing using relative permeability modifiers increases oil production while holding water in check.
Partnership is key to rapidly accelerating safe and reliable technologies to meet demand growth.
After years of hearing, "Who are these guys?" tiny ERHC is poised for growth in the Gulf of Guinea.
A new technique could provide on-demand information about steam conformance.
CT technology is helping to push performance in field development.
Advanced time-lapse seismic acquisition improves quality and delivers results more quickly.
While many companies invest in planning and production, some have yet to realize the enormous value that can be derived from improved work execution.
For operators challenged with cost-effectively extracting hydrocarbons from complex reservoirs access to high-resolution, real-time reservoir information is essential.
Seismic acquisitions using extended-duration single-sweep technology provides comparable datasets in less time.
?New fluid starts with high viscosity to carry proppant through surface equipment and long horizontal sections, then breaks in the formation to maximize the complexity of the created fracture network.
?Why the Barnett might be a good investment.
?Accurate and reliable well data are critical in meeting the challenge of maximizing production from geologically complex and remote fields.
?When IO and IM programs are implemented appropriately, they help operators increase recovery, reduce operating expenses, increase efficiency in execution, and optimize asset availability.
?Due to a reallocation of assets and a redirection of policy, the West African offshore market will diversify more in the next five years than it has ever done before.
?The results are in, and E&P’s Drill Bit Records updates for 2011 show a wide range of performance improvements across the globe