A new multispecies effluent test encompasses the range of responses obtained from higher order tests.
Operators are continually searching for improved ways of working smarter and more cost-efficiently while still enhancing production.
A new report shows US production – and optimism – on the rise.
Overcoming obstacles to develop vast unconventional resources across the globe will be crucial to meet rising energy demands.
The recipe for a successful geoscientist? Travel the world and ask a lot of questions.
The supply of the first bespoke 'male latch' bend stiffeners helped to reduce costly downtime after an issue with a deepwater production riser system threatened to delay first oil.
With declining domestic onshore and shallow-water production levels, the deepwater Gulf of Mexico represents the country's main chance to restore its upstream fortunes.
The first successful application of a solution for repairing damaged flexible risers without using costly intervention techniques has been carried out for an independent operator in the North Sea.
Judges choose top 17 industry projects
A new approach practically shocks reservoirs into giving up more oil.
Accurate models help improve recovery rates.
Process management tools help reduce costs and improve HSE.
Deepwater activity is picking up in the US Gulf of Mexico.
A wider range of frequencies, combined with multicomponent data, are helping geoscientists peer beneath complex overburdens.
Deepwater drilling contractors have significant investments in riser assets, which have to perform without failure.
Broader frequency spectrums and increased fold are providing better data than ever.