OPEC, non-OPEC, oil production, Stratas Advisors

The production cut deals are expected to mitigate the global oil supply glut to a certain degree. As a result, OPEC production in 2017 is expected to drop by 600,000 bbl/d.

Petrobras, Brazil oil and gas, Carmópois

The Brazilian state-owned company is working to increase the recovery factor at the Carmópolis oil field to 32%.

Report: Marcellus, Utica Rise Again But Face Host Of Challenges

Babst Calland cites regulatory and consolidation challenges that beset operators in the Marcellus and Utica.


The combined gas reserves in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is about 1,500 Tcf, but much of the reserve is associated gas and expensive to extract.

Survey: Canada Climate Change Policy Gives Oil Sales An Edge Globally

CAPP survey shows that global customers favor Canada oil because of country’s climate change policies.

BP Review: World Energy Consumption Wobbles For 3rd Straight Year

India and China are driving growth in energy consumption, BP report says.


The move has been widely seen as a step to enhance domestic production and to reduce dependence on imports of petroleum products.

Schlumberger, artificial lift, ESP, Kazakhstan oil and gas

In a Kazakhstan field, optimized ESP selection increased run life by more than 500%, and Lift IQ service reduced downtime by another 27%.

artificial lift, EOR, Mexico, farm-out

EOR and artificial lift systems are needed to rejuvenate the Cardenas-Mora and Ogarrio fields.

oil and gas, final investment decision, Rystad Energy

The number of non-sanctioned oil and gas projects has risen from 29 in 2015 to more than 100, according to a report.

Mozambique, Eni, Coral South, FLNG, offshore

The FLNG development will be the first offshore Africa and the world’s third.

Peak oil demand will emerge through a supply gap by 2022 that will be difficult to bridge, the CEO of political risk firm Eurasia Group said.