New data suggest the Eagle Ford shale may soon become the biggest producing shale play in Texas.
Self-sealing solution minimizes production downtime during well intervention.
Achieving effective production rates can be challenging in aging fields. After seven years of continued improvements in both form and function, a new perforating tunnel tool is helping to increase production and extend mature reservoir life.
In the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, where three significant offshore projects are in production, work is beginning on a fourth – the heavy oil Hebron project. Meanwhile, Nova Scotia is gearing up for its next bid round, where awards will be made for new deepwater acreage.
Sticking with what you know can provide a solid foundation for moving into new frontiers.
Best-in-class operators are applying Operational Excellence technologies and methodologies to maximize profitability in aging assets.
Taking advantage of evolving technologies helps companies maintain a competitive advantage.
Managed pressure drilling is providing solutions to many of the industry’s major safety and performance challenges.
Data integration has the potential to remove dataset ambiguities.
A combination of streamers and sources eliminates ghosting in offshore acquisition.
CSEM: Smoother Seas Ahead
From early 3-D reflection seismology to today, improvements in 3-D seismic have helped operators find more oil and gas.
MPD planning and practices overcome drilling trouble time associated with difficult geomechanical challenges.
Horizons play an important part in inversion and interpretation.
The interaction between reservoir well performance and production equipment requires careful examination.