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- January 15 2013 - Field Development
Nigeria needs new oil deposits and is looking at other areas to increase its oil reserves.
- January 14 2013 - Exploration
Winners of this prestigious award reach across a broad range of disciplines and address a number of problems that pose roadblocks to efficient operations.
- January 11 2013 - Field Development
Against a backdrop of pressing power shortages, Pakistan seeks to draw more investment from the world over to explore and produce its promising hydrocarbon resources.
- January 10 2013 - Field Development
The UK government gave the thumbs up to fracing in the country with new controls around seismic risk.
- January 9 2013 - Contracts
The transition away from an oil-price indexation model is on the horizon for the industry, according to Deloitte partners.
- January 4 2013 - Field Development
Activity remained brisk in 2012 in the emerging frontier off the coasts of the West African nations of Sierra Leone and Liberia.
- December 28 2012 - Field Development
Experts say there is potentially up to 600 Tcf of gas to still be found in the country.
- December 26 2012 - Production
As an abundance of shale gas leads to less coal consumption in the US, the use of coal remains prevalent in countries in other parts of the world.
- December 17 2012 - Completion
The presence of guar gum substitutes and expectations that North American market frac activity will level out within three years led to PacWest’s prediction that guar prices will stabilize at $3 or $4 per pound next year.
- December 13 2012 - Completion
With the rig count slumping and less pressure-pumping services needed for oil/liquids plays, US demand for hydraulic fracturing services dropped 14% in 2012.