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OCTOBER 2003

Special Focus

Features

Columns

  • Editorial Comment

    Perry A Fischer, Editor
    Everything' s possible, even independence from OPEC
  • Drilling advances

    Robert E. Snyder, Executive Eng. Editor
    DOE projects to advance drilling; Coal bed methane in Alaska
  • International Politics

    Mayra Rodríguez Valladares, Contributing Editor, South America
    Venezuela remains confusing; Ecuador offers tracts; Camisea goes forward
  • What's new in production

    Robert E. Snyder, Executive Eng. Editor
    Oil company technical cooperatives; Subsea processing gamechanging
  • What's new in exploration

    Perry A. Fischer, Editor
    Petrobras' gas discovery gets bigger; First truly permanent seismic

News & Resources

  • Industry at a glance

    Vol. 224 No. 10   Restoration of Iraqi oil production continues, but at a noticeably slower rate than US officials had hoped for. The 1.1-milion-bopd average during August was far short of the optimistic goal of 1.5 milli

  • World of Oil

    Kurt S. Abraham, Managing/International Editor

    Vol. 224 No. 10  KURT S. ABRAHAM, MANAGING/INTERNATIONAL EDITOR   Click Here for Kurt' s Opinion Upstream employment in US shows hopeful si

Departments

  • Companies in the news

    Vol. 224 No. 10  Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC has agreed to acquire all of the issued share capital of HedgeFund Intelligence Ltd, a hedge fund publisher and event organizer, for an initial consideration of £11 million ($17.5 milli

  • New literature

    Vol. 224 No. 10  Compression services A brochure from Enerflex Systems Ltd. describes the company’s products and services for the global oil and gas production industry. Included are service, parts and re-engineering of existi

  • New products

    Vol. 224 No. 10  Well-visualization software AnTech Oilfield Software, a division of AnTech Ltd, introduced a major upgrade to StringView Millennium, it’s well-visualization software program, that can interface with ex

  • People in industry

    Vol. 224 No. 10  UWG Group appointed Alan MacKenzie Engineering Services business manager. MacKenzie, who will be based in Norwich, joins the company from Baker Oil Tools, where he held positions in design engineering, international operations an

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