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June 18 2013
Growth in North America and Iraq helped fuel the worldwide oil production increase in 2012.
- 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.
- June 13 2013 - Production
Oil is losing ground as the world’s top fuel of choice, but it still remains on top as the US leads production growth.
- May 23 2013 - Completion
The market could be impacted in the future depending on the success of production from shale oil plays worldwide.
- May 22 2013 - Completion
Hydraulic fracturing capacity worldwide is expected to total 24.3 MMhhp by year-end 2013.
- May 17 2013 - Field Development
Flexibility and lower costs are among the reasons why more companies could opt for floating liquefaction plants instead of land-based ones.
- 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.
- June 12 2013 - Digital
Technology firms offer advice on how companies can protect themselves.
- June 4 2013 - Operations
The Middle East and Southeast Asia are expected to drive growth in 2013 international E&P spending.
- May 29 2013 - Digital
Geoscientists can gain confidence in their predictions through digital access and share that information in a way that maximizes value.
- 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.