In this world-class setting, the potential for major gas discoveries is high.
New data and drilling results show great promise offshore Liberia.
A novel interpretation and characterization of an Eagle Ford shale play used geometric, mechanical, and full-azimuth seismic attributes.
Much like major operators, the top drive market is driven by a select number of players globally. A small Houston-based company hopes to level this playing field engineering an evolved generation of top drives from the ground up.
A new digital compass provides a clear view of the geology from the seabed.
An innovative application of advanced mathematics has provided geoscientists and engineers with an accurate, model-independent way to predict critical reservoir properties from well log data.
A multimeasurement exploration approach breathes new life into an old basin.
As oil company subsea portfolios become increasingly large and diverse, the resultant demand for more complex technology solutions is driving the industry to innovate more rapidly than ever before.
In many situations, engineering innovation helps to contain development costs rather than contribute to the upward spiral.
An independent operator in three underexplored republics in Central Asia has the know-how to access a huge pool of resources in the region’s vast and prolific hydrocarbon basins.
As the largest producing gas play in North America, the Haynesville shale is a highly competitive asset.
A Norwegian player is lining up a queue of gas compression projects that will greatly enhance the industry’s subsea toolbox for IOR and much more.
Working with service companies early in the planning process drives efficiency.
Redundancies and additions affect safety and cost in new government regulations.
India’s thirst for more energy to feed the world’s second-fastest growing economy means it needs to find and produce new and large oil and gas reserves quickly if it is to achieve its growth goals.
After troubled times for some regions, the OSV market around the world looks set to enjoy better times as offshore support vessel operators move to meet growing demand from oil and gas companies.
A massive increase in upstream expenditure in Brazil is driving a strong demand for supply vessels as oil companies tackle deep and ultra-deepwater areas where there is little or no infrastructure.