Macondo Modeling Indicates Lower Discharge
Slug flow models show that about half of the amount of oil originally thought to have been spilled during the blowout may have occurred.
Southwestern Energy Approaches Goal of Freshwater Neutrality
The company is making a commitment to replenish or offset each gallon of fresh water it uses for its operations.
Energy Industry Challenges Could Share Aerospace Solutions
At least two major efforts are under way to bring the aerospace and E&P industries together.
LNG Capital Expenditure to Total USD 259 Billion in the Next 5 Years
For the next five years, Douglas-Westwood's LNG efforts will be focused in Australasia and North America.
Upfront Investments in Reservoir Monitoring Promise Long-Term Rewards
The migration into more unconventional oil and gas reservoirs carries the potential for significant financial rewards and major economic risks.
The Gravity of Oil and Gas Exploration
A Cold War technology is now serving a much more peaceful purpose: aiding in the search for oil and gas deposits.
Spar Innovations: Thinking Inside the Box
The spar production hull has grown in size and popularity because of its simple, scalable design, deep-draft stability, and efficient payload-to-steel tonnage ratio.
SPE/IADC Conference Challenges Drilling Industry to Adapt to New Challenges
The 2015 event will be held 17–19 March in London with a focus on how to drill safely and effectively in the face of rising costs.
SPE Technical Directors Work Across Discipline Lines
Solving problems depends on technically skilled people who see the big picture.
Unconventional Resources: New Facilities Find Solutions to Limited Water Sources
Operators find unique ways to address water issues in fracturing operations.