Revolutionary transport ship is set to hit the seas in late 2012.
A new tool is delivering faster, longer cores.
On-time and on-budget hookup and commissioning lead to faster time to production.
New blockage removal system offers a timely and cost-effective alternative to traditional remediation methods.
An LWD tool that can stop and take fluid samples provides more new, actionable information.
Early gas breakthrough can impair oil production while bleeding off reservoir pressure. After study and simulation, Statoil found a solution.
Shell’s pioneering FLNG scheme sets the tone for remote offshore gas production.
Top shale operators provide insight into the liquids-rich rush.
Top drive offers zero-related nonproductive time and provides ample torque for extended reach drilling.
New in situ fluid analysis combines with asphaltene nanoscience to deliver a major breakthrough in reservoir reconnaissance.
Land rig development prepares for current and future demand.
Huge discoveries are putting the Mediterranean back on the E&P radar screen.
Presalt discoveries provide an impetus for regulatory change.
Amidst the usual rumors of peak oil doom and gloom, one industry pundit maintains that the world has plenty of oil and gas.
Improvements in imaging, velocity model building, and input data preparation are leading to a better understanding of Brazil’s presalt province.
The global E&P is seeking to expand its diverse portfolio.
In an exclusive interview for E&P, Petrobras President José Sergio Gabrielli shared his views about Petrobras’ plans for investment in its deepwater and ultra-deepwater projects.
Time will tell if the Niobrara’s novelty as a resource play gives way to proven shale reserves.
In short time, operators have proven the Appalachian Marcellus’ production potential. They’re working now on increasing recovery and getting the bounty to markets.