Hydraulic fracturing hasn’t been banned in California—yet. Groundwater monitoring might save it from extinction.
Life can be a paradox at times. Like when someone asks for submissions of award-winning technologies that must be both ‘new’ and ‘proven’ at the same time.
The growing role of slickwater fracks and the addition of more stages per lateral drive increased usage.
Tests of new chemical solution developed to remove mercury from contaminated hydrocarbon processing equipment during decommissioning deliver impressive results.
Departure of topsides from shipyard brings Eldfisk II project one step closer to finish line.
New hydraulic fracturing fluids are transforming former waste streams into cost-saving alternatives to freshwater systems.
Consistent stage spacing and frack volume deliver maximum reservoir connectivity.
A single permanently installed self-supporting riser can be used for drilling, completion, testing, production and abandonment of wells.
Demand distribution in the U.S. has shifted slightly back toward workover operations. International dynamics are expected to mirror the North American CT market.
Analysis tool enables downhole measurement of in situ viscosity in real time.
Analysis should be based on all available data to gain a geological interpretation of the reservoir.
Workflow combining kerogen maturation and petrophysical data offers insight into unconventional reservoirs.
Recently opened reservoir characterization laboratory in Brisbane has advanced rock mechanics testing capabilities.
Despite the risks, the region’s proven hydrocarbon reserves continue to attract.
Conference panelists discuss the ever-increasing production activity in the Bakken.
A new approach to integrating people, processes and technology can change the safety-productivity dynamic and drive risk-based operational excellence.
A global exploration strategy focused on drilling high-impact wells is transforming Statoil’s reserves portfolio.
Innovation and collaboration are keys to ensuring sustainable future.