The Next Generation: Startups Enter Seismic Acquisition Zone

Rhonda Duey, Hart Energy

A new crop of startups hopes to revive the seismic acquisition industry.

Oil Prices Enter Danger Zone For Consumers

John Kemp, Reuters

Recent price moves bear a strong resemblance to previous price spikes in 2007-2008 and 2010-2012.

OPEC, Traders In Standoff Over Oil Outlook

John Kemp, Reuters

The standoff is fueling a sharp rise in prices that could spell trouble for the global economy.

Three Areas Where AI Can Turn Buzz Into Business Today

Bas de Vos, IFS Labs

The key to success lies in using the strengths of AI and the human brain together where they support each other.

Maintaining Margins, Limiting Risk And Leveraging Technology During Growth

James Bradley, NES Global Talent

The use of a third-party consulting company can help ensure an E&P company’s continued success.

Tight Or Well-supplied? The Crude Oil Market Dilemma

Clyde Russell, Reuters

Somebody is going to be wrong on the outlook for the crude oil price as the market cannot be well-supplied and increasingly tight at the same time.

US Natural Gas Prices Remain On Defensive Despite Low Stocks

John Kemp, Reuters

Abundant domestic gas production, growing volume of exports and increased use of gas in the power sector are altering the relationship between stocks and prices.

Electrification In New Era For Oil, Gas Industry

Azeez Mohammed, GE

Proven to withstand the harsh offshore environments, it has the potential to change the dynamics of offshore FPSOs.

US Oil Boom Starts To Cool, Tightening Global Market

John Kemp, Reuters

The biggest problem is the lack of sufficient pipeline capacity to move oil from shale wells in western Texas and eastern New Mexico to refineries in the Midwest and export terminals on the Gulf Coast.

Staying Ahead Of The Decline Curve

Jennifer Presley, Hart Energy

Lost in the news of record-breaking production and impressive rig counts is the increasing rate of decline in production in the Permian Basin.

The Final Push Begins

Jennifer Presley, Hart Energy

With just four months left in 2018, operators are looking to exit the year flush with fresh production.

China Will Buy More LNG But Wants A Smoother Process

Clyde Russell, Reuters

This will come on top of an already strong year so far, with official customs data and vessel-tracking data showing impressive gains.

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