FracFocus, the nationwide state-run hydraulic fracturing chemical registry database, has made its chemical data publicly available as a raw data download—bringing FracFocus into the modern era of Big Data where large information sets can be analyzed for actionable patterns and trends.
The barrel’s bounce back from lows of about $50 last year to about $60 today might have been enough to give shoppers confidence.
On May 6, at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, the IADC launched a new training program, WellSharp, to make field operations even safer.
While boom and bust cycles are inevitable in the industry, oil and gas companies can adopt new, innovative strategic solutions and approaches that help them navigate lean times, mitigate damage to the bottom line and critically, avoid making the same mistakes that have riddled the industry in past low cost oil scenarios.
By harnessing geothermal energy from decommissioned wells the UH team, which called itself GeoThermH2O, devised a winning way to lower the cost of water treatment.
The energy-water feedback loop is even worse in emerging economies, where energy production siphons more water, and water delivery requires more power.
The majority of the gas export growth is expected before 2030, and LNG exports will dominate.
The California Air Resources Board has just released a draft of the most comprehensive and forward thinking regulations to cut methane pollution from oil and gas yet.
In all nearly 900 institutions received a total of about $47 million through the 2014 Educational Matching Gift Program, Exxon Mobil said in the release.
GE Oil & Gas and Statoil have teamed up to lead the search for technologies to lower the amount of sand required to drill and maintain wells. Hopes are to reduce truck traffic in communities while also cutting costs.
Lack of information is the universal challenge to all exploration activities for Mexico's Gulf of Mexico waters.