Featured this monthCarbon Dioxide May Offer An Unconventional EOR OptionTests showing increased recoveries in the Bakken formation using CO2 could have significant implications for the upstream oil and gas industry.
More Carbon Dioxide Means More Oil Research into whether CO2 can be used to coax billions more barrels of oil from unconventional formations is beginning to show promise.
Managing SEMS Audits: Past, Present, and Future Oil and gas companies are adapting to new safety regulations governing operations in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Drilling Conference Covers Depth and Breadth of Industry A preview of the 2014 IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition in Fort Worth, Texas.
Developing Long-Distance Power-Distribution Systems Over the next decade, the number of electrically powered subsea systems in operation around the world will increase as companies adopt new technologies to produce oil and gas offshore more efficiently.
Guest Editorial The oil and gas industry is a major driver of high-performance computing development, particularly for upstream seismic processing and permanent field monitoring. But exploration and production still lags behind other industries in the use of digitization.
Pioneering Subsea Gas Compression Offshore Norway The world’s first full-scale subsea gas compression system is the final stages of construction and is on schedule to be installed in the Åsgard gas field offshore Norway by year’s end.