May 2012 ///

Special Focus


GPS 2012 partners with SPE to host first-ever Heavy Oil Conference

Held bi-annually since 1968, the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) brings together 2,000 exhibiting companies and 60,000 attendees from 95 countries to promote discussion about Canada’s oil and gas operations.

What's new in artificial lift?

Part 1: In this first of two monthly reports, new innovations that improve operations and/or reduced expenses are described in the categories of Beam/Rod Pumping, Gas Well Dewatering and Gas Lift

Geology & Geophysics

EAGE preview: Technical innovation to support a sustainable future

Attending a technical conference has many benefits—exposure to new ideas and networking that can invigorate our work with a renewed optimism and fresh industry outlook.


Drilling advances

Drillers take “waste not, want not” to heart

Energy Issues

How lucky we are

Executive Viewpoint

Intelligent energy today

First Oil

Nothing crude about crude oil

Innovative thinkers

Harold Hamm:
The Bakken shale black gold wildcatter

Oil and Gas in the Capitals

New analysis of peak oil is refreshingly comprehensive

The Last Barrel

Western Europe is a study in fracing contradictions

What’s new in exploration

Exploration tested off Cuba

What's new in production

Natural gas–always the bridesmaid?

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