Potential exploration hotspots for 2014 are spread across the globe, but offshore plays could see the most action.
Until the industry makes the final shift to a culture of safety, it will continue to struggle with significant variations in safety performance.
It’s all systems go for Petrobras as the company tackles a daunting project schedule, but the Brazilian NOC is up for the challenge.
The energy industry’s push into deeper, hotter formations will require new types of sensors.
Exploration technology continues to get more accurate at peering beneath the surface.
The E&P sector can learn much about asset maintenance from the space and satellite industry.
New technologies are set to deliver more data and more product in the pipeline for operators.
With costs continuing to rise, operators and service companies are collaborating on technology to improve the bottom line.
With the offshore sector’s breakneck pace slowing compared to previous years, the industry is embracing a more pragmatic approach to exploiting its new resources.
CBM developers worldwide – especially in Australia, China, and India – are boosting development while shale gas is slowing US CBM production.
Deloitte and NASA team up to take predictive analytics to the next level.