Drilling

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August 23, 2022
Recently introduced digitalization and automation technologies are enabling better performance on new build and retrofitted rigs.
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August 22, 2022
Invictus Energy Ltd. plans to start drilling at its Cabora Bassa oil and gas prospect in northern Zimbabwe by early September.
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August 18, 2022
Neptune Energy announced drilling has begun on a new production well at its operated Rӧmerberg oil field in the Rhine Valley, southwestern Germany.
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August 16, 2022
Permex Petroleum Corporation, a junior oil and gas company based in Dallas, was approved for a permit to drill on its property in Martin County, Texas.
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August 09, 2022
ADNOC Drilling Company announced its financial results for the half year and second quarter ending June 30, which show its net profit for the first half significantly grew by 34% to $379 million.
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August 09, 2022
Collectively, the bill would “hurt American energy producers and drive up energy costs for the American people,” said Anne Bradbury, chief executive officer of the American Exploration and Production Council.
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August 05, 2022
Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited and its affiliates have received a Resource Report prepared by independent energy consultancy Ryder Scott confirming its deep oil discovery on its affiliate COPL America Inc.’s lands in Converse and Natrona counties, Wyoming.
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August 02, 2022
Academy and Progressive Drilling Solutions (PDS) have entered into a new partnership to make world-class Advanced Work Packaging training and consulting available to capital project professionals in Saudi Arabia and across the Middle East.
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August 01, 2022
U.S. shale drillers are expected to post record second-quarter profits in coming days, reversing nearly a decade of debt-fueled losses.
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July 29, 2022
Shale explorers are searching for oil at rates not seen since the early weeks of the pandemic as high crude prices incentivize drilling.
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July 22, 2022
Schlumberger said annual sales will rise the most in 11 years as concern over inadequate energy supplies outweighs recessionary fears among major oil explorers.
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July 2022
After years of operating on beer budgets, service and supply companies have every reason to uncork the champagne these days. However, the Dom Pérignon may have to remain on ice for now, as bright prospects run headlong into near-record inflation, supply chain bottlenecks, repercussions from the Ukrainian war and China’s Covid-induced lockdown.
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July 20, 2022
The world’s biggest provider of fracing services is banking on a “multi-year upcycle” outside of its North American base, according to a statement.
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July 2022
Predicting sand erosion, using computer simulation, and exploring ways in which the reliability of the predictions has been enhanced, leading to safer, more efficient operations.
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July 06, 2022
Frac sand, which gets blasted through shale rocks to unlock oil and natural gas, is averaging $55 a ton, up from $22 at the end of 2021. Demand is climbing as oil explorers turn the taps back on after Covid-driven cutbacks.
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June 29, 2022
Environmental groups sued the Biden administration to block its revival of plans to allow new oil drilling on public land in western states.
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June 27, 2022
BiSN, a supplier of sealing solutions and technology to the global oil and gas industry, announced that it has completed its 300th deployment, helping operators around the world to effectively solve common downhole flow issues.
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June 27, 2022
Energy Workforce & Technology Council's CEO said the EPA’s regulatory notice that it is considering designating parts of the Permian Basin as non-attainment zones which could trigger mandatory regulatory actions by the state of Texas would be detrimental to energy security.
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June 27, 2022
Ecuador’s oil production is likely to halt completely within 48 hours if road blocks and vandalizing of oil wells continue, the Energy Ministry said in an emailed statement.
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June 24, 2022
The Biden administration is considering triggering tougher anti-smog requirements that could curb drilling across parts of the Permian Basin, the world’s biggest oil field that straddles Texas and New Mexico.
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June 2022
Early oil and gas developers considered the Permian basin a graveyard. However, this changed in 1923, and set off a series of major oil and gas discoveries that ultimately led to the development of greater Permian basin.
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