Issue: January 2021
One of the industry’s premier experts says hydraulic fracturing actually reduces the environmental impact of oil and gas production by increasing the productivity of each well.
Electric motors drive hydraulic fracturing pumps to meet ESG goals.
As world sentiment regarding fossil fuel usage shifts, ESG requirements and expectations are evolving quickly. Focused on moving to natural-gas-driven field equipment, forward-thinking manufacturers and service companies work to enhance alignment with investors, customers and the community at large.
An innovative stainless material achieves a lower total cost of ownership and extended service life, compared to other stainless offerings, improving ROI and profitability of fracing operations.
A partnership between a drilling contractor and an OFS provider is taking MPD systems, which are fully owned and operated by the drilling contractor, to the next level with unique, integrated capabilities.
Well construction can benefit from available intelligent technologies, taking AI capabilities close to the action, where it encodes knowledge and captures learnings to improve drilling efficiency.
Two industry-leading service providers have partnered to deliver a robust, AI-driven cybersecurity tool for operations-critical equipment and systems.
Shaletech: Improving unconventional reservoir performance with geoscience-based development strategies
As efficiencies plateau in North American shale basins, operators require new strategies to lower costs/bbl that go beyond drilling and completion. New technology and workflows can help operators shorten the learning curve to maximize unconventional reservoir performance, early in the project life cycle.
The LNG sector has suffered cancelled cargoes and project setbacks, due to Covid-19. However, the post-pandemic future of LNG looks promising. The following five-year forecast emphasizes the importance of upgrading equipment to ensure efficient operations.
How the recent consolidation of operators in the fracing sector will lead to a digital revolution.
Improve efficiencies, reduce asset downtime and protect critical knowledge with AI-based production technologies.
In the developing world of offshore drilling in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, leaders in well control containment technology must be innovative to keep pace with drillers in the region.
A structured engineering process, combined with efficient execution utilizing an MPD closed-loop system, enabled GOM operators preventing fluid losses and achieving effective zonal isolation during primary cementing operations in extremely narrow operating windows.
Aramco’s use of new technology benefits its business and the environment
Covid powers remote race
What! Me worry? (A.E. Neuman)
The energy policy-equivalent of a battlefield ensues
What will 2021 bring?
Tangled up in blue