High resolution production logging data confirmed that setting a plug between sands would solve the problem.
For SCRs, advanced riser modeling enables better fatigue prediction, avoiding excessive system design conservatism.
Basic mechanical and chemical principles applied in new ways.
Petrobras' long-term research pays off with two subsea production options.
A spectacular well had to be taken offline as water breakthrough overwhelmed facilities.
The vast majority of Gulf of Mexico infrastructure survived intact; but selective, significant loss occurred.
Deepwater exploration and development renew strength off UK, SE Asia and run high off Brazil and US GOM.
Companies embrace information lifecycle management to meet explosive data growth challenges.
New technology makes drill bits run faster, drill deeper and last longer, giving operators more value.
Subsea service systems come in many shapes and capacities
For the fourth year, the World Oil Awards recognize companies that achieved peer-reviewed excellence.
The drilling industry has not been the target of terrorists . . . Yet
It depends on what you call “oil"
Politicians and environmentalists panic after recent hurricane disasters
The US GOM recovery is much slower than expected
A more effective Allais Effect
Vol. 226 No. 11 RockBit International has announced a major rebranding campaign under the new name Ulterra Drilling Technologies, represented with a new logo. Ulterra
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Total world oil supply in September was down 850,000 bpd from a
month earlier. This was not surprising,
Vol. 226 No. 11 Screen system for sandface completion The new Baker Oil Tools DIRECT PAK gravel-pack screen system prevents hole instability in hor
Vol. 226 No. 11 The Texas Railroad Commission elected Elizabeth Ames Jones as chairman. She is only the third woman to serve in this capacity in the 114-year history of
Vol. 226 No. 11 KURT S. ABRAHAM, MANAGING/INTERNATIONAL EDITOR