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The new tool helped StatoilHydro place a long horizontal section in a thin reservoir.
Three days and more than $96,000 were saved when drilling the surface section.
Combining several operations limits production losses at King and King West Fields.
Automatic rig-activity detection yields cost and time savings on both deepwater and land wells.
The new process avoids the expensive syngas step in Fischer-Tropsch conversion.
Application of OBS tools to node data in a workflow enhances interpretation.
Managing emotions in intercultural environments boosts production.
Downhole gauge and reverse gas lift valves solve a major problem.
A 243 bopd increase is seen in computer simulation.
Small-footprint technology is shown to be effective.
Deepwater drilling, LNG designs featured.
Paleo-ecological information and biostratigraphic data may lead to new play prospects.
Multibeam echosounders and seismic data detect seeps, enhancing exploration.
FPSO developments could create a shuttle tanker service market.
Models enhance production at existing operations.
Testing an insulating packer fluid to retain production-tubing heat after shut-in.
To date, 155 countries and the European Community have joined in the Convention. The United States has signed the treaty, but the Senate has not ratified it.
Problems with gas occlusion, fault shadows and shear wave splitting were overcome.
Part 1—Sucker rod pumping, progressing cavity pumping and gas lift.
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The conductor-supported platform improves developments and can be installed by standard jackup rigs, eliminating the need for more costly installation vessels.
The subsea method has the ability protects effectively against conductor damage.
Single-tool technology bypasses the use of drill collars while increasing available surface weight.
Under an extremely tight deadline, High-Frequency Induction (HFI) steel linepipe provided a high-quality, cost-effective replacement for a corroded pipeline section in the North Sea for Apache.
Interview, Sergio Polito, senior vice president of procurement at Eni S.p.A.
In Canada, Joslyn Field hot heavy-oil production improves with long-lasting pump technology.
Interview, Jan H. Brouwer, program director of ISAPP, TNO
Interview, Tore Torvund, executive vice president for E&P at StatoilHydro
Hybid combines the best of liftboats, jackups and liftbarges.
Electrostatic coalescers in oil/water separators improve heavy oil testing methods.
Seismic data alone shows high P-wave values for gas hydrates and concretions, creating a need for other tests to characterize anomalies in the ocean floor.
Roxar combines continuous, accurate measurement, saltwater detection and materials resilient in deep water to provide flow assurance and optimize production for Anadarko.
Wireline tractor tools offer increased capabilities beyond conventional intervention methods.
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