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May 17 2013
Flexibility and lower costs are among the reasons why more companies could opt for floating liquefaction plants instead of land-based ones.
- 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 2 2013 - Land & Leasing
However, the North American energy sector is bucking the trend.
- December 21 2012 - Exploration
National oil companies remain in an infancy stage when it comes to international exploration, but change could be coming, according to Wood Mackenzie.
- November 6 2012 - Drilling - October 29 2012 - Digital
The next generation of data center architecture will harness the processing power of GPUs and CPUs.
- March 18 2013 - Drilling
Oil and gas discoveries plus a surge in deepwater drilling have resulted in the need for more production floaters, according to a recent analysis that predicts a 40% growth in orders by 2017.
- January 29 2013 - Field Development
With oil and gas companies facing several barriers to growth in 2013, forward thinking is needed to overcome momentary economic setbacks and map future successes in challenging new operating environments.
- January 11 2013 - Field Development - 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.
- May 8 2013 - Operations
Joint industry projects can lead to increased technology capable of maximizing production.
- May 7 2013 - Operations
With more than 40 major upstream projects slated through the end of the decade, BP is relying on technology and a talented workforce to meet future energy demands.
- May 6 2013 - Operations
Although technology has brought new shale oil and gas supplies to market, each shale reservoir is different and has a unique set of challenges.
- May 3 2013 - Operations
North America’s LNG export role is predicted to grow as the US transitions from an importer to an exporter due to a shale gas surge.
- April 25 2013 - Operations
A slew of projects in the works could crowd the LNG export field, but analysts believe US exports would benefit some countries more than others.