July 2021 ///
The threat of lost power—and the accompanying stress and angst—are the result of energy policy decisions unmoored to reality. A sensible and realistic energy plan would acknowledge not only the need for reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, but also improving the affordability, reliability and resilience of our nation’s electric grid.
Sustainable analytics-driven operational excellence programs can help companies to align business objectives and strategies to balance priorities and manage risks, while helping to achieve digital transformation goals.
A collaborative cloud environment brings new insights to old concepts, captures expertise, and increases agility of data interpretation. The process can identify missed pay opportunities and trigger new exploration activity in mature areas.
An analysis compares previous M&A trends with the recovery currently underway in the OFS sector and commodities markets.
A plastic e-loop cable carrier, made from polymer components and non-metallic rope, is replacing problematic service loops to reduce NPT and increase cable life.
After serving 21 exemplary years as Executive Director of the Oilfield Energy Center, as well as previous long-term work in oilfield sales, Sandra Mourton has retired. Here is a retrospective of her years of service and how she built OEC into what it is today.
Exclusive Interview: Siemens Energy’s Brath says progress being made offshore on energy storage, grids and digitalization
Here is one industry leader’s candid assessment of steps being taken offshore to address ESG and sustainability goals in operations.
“Traditionally the energy industry was male-dominated, and the balance is being re-addressed. I think we need to make engineering an attractive option for all genders. In that way, diversity of thought will shine through,” said Anna Moyo, Senior Approval Engineer at DNV in Aberdeen, Scotland.
The Biden administration continues to nominate people for senior positions that all seem to hate oil and gas. If one were bent on destroying the U.S. oil and gas industry, you’d be hard put to nominate people more diabolically effective at doing it than “Joltin’ Joe’s” (apologies to the last Joe Dimaggio) cast of characters.
“There is still a significant gender imbalance when it comes to engineering graduates. So, for me, the change in mindset needs to happen in early education, so that more females are choosing to major in engineering,” said Suzanne Stewart, Vice President for Technology at Tendeka.
Implementation of Hydraulic Completion Units (HCUs) in the Permian basin: A new innovative completion technology
HCUs have improved the drill-out metrics in high-pressure and extended-lateral wells since entering the Permian in 2019. With increasing well complexity, operators began using this new HCU technology as a safe, viable way to complete Midland and Delaware basin wells.
Hydraulic fracturing test sites in the Permian basin and Eagle Ford shale will conduct research to enhance the environment, improve safety and increase production.
A progressive approach: Why the Permian basin tells us all we need to know about methane emissions management
Permian basin oil and gas companies are taking action and driving change—adopting technologies that not only reduce fuel and operational costs, but that also help reduce emissions and protect the planet.
The madness in Washington, D.C., continues
Don Quixote, “Not enough windmills.”
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