University R&D Around the World
As the task of finding and producing hydrocarbons becomes more difficult, complex, and costly, the number of universities focusing on finding solutions has risen.
Project Safety is Critical in Construction and Commissioning
For oil and gas companies, working toward improving on-site safety requires a clearly defined scope of work in every stage of the development process.
Federal Spending Cuts Test Appetite for Exploration and Production Research
Last year, lawmakers in the United States sent a blunt message to the oil business: If it wants new exploration and production technology, it will need to pick up more of the cost.
A Vendor’s View on Cost Control in Megaprojects
There are a number of factors that should be addressed to avoid cost overruns and delivery delays on a project.
Earthquakes: Should the Industry Be Worried?
Can activities related to shale oil and gas production cause earthquakes? Yes. Can these be avoided? Yes, again.
Oman’s Oil Production Costs on the Rise
Thermal enhanced oil recovery in Oman has required an increased use of natural gas, a scarce commodity in the region.
Reusable Filtration Technology Under Development
A new type of organically modified silica glass that can remove a wide variety of oils and contaminants from produced and flowback water is showing promising results.
ADIPEC Will Focus on Challenges, Opportunities
The conference will bring innovators, policymakers, and experts together to focus on key subjects affecting the industry, such as pricing, investment in human capital and training, and health and safety.
Searching for Solutions to Induced Seismicity
A sharp rise in seismic events in some areas of the United States where oil and gas production is booming is leading regulators and the industry to examine whether the two are related.
Saudi Aramco to Invest USD 40 Billion to Double Gas Capacity
CEO Khalid Al-Falih spoke at Offshore Northern Seas about the company's plans to solidify their leadership in the upstream sector.