￼Extending the Life of Mature Facilities
A holistic perspective of the crude oil, hydrocarbon gas, and produced water processing system requirements are needed to consider upgraded internals.
Navigating the Oil and Gas Industry: Why Soft Skills Are Necessary
Soft skills are often regarded as more important than technical skills in sustaining and progressing a career in the oil and gas industry.
A New Vehicle Delivers Safety in Flammable and Toxic Environments
Traditional combustion vehicles are not allowed inside toxic areas, so the industry has started relying on electric vehicles.
Data Integration Is the Key to Improved Oil and Gas Modeling
Where is the technology leading us? And more importantly, why is cutting-edge technology finding it hard to reach the wider industry?
Directional Hybrid Drill Bit Pushes Performance Standards
The hybrid drill bit was a catalyst to revisit basic principles and better understand the benefits and efficacy of smooth drilling.
BP Outlook Sees North America as Net Energy Exporter in 2015
The Middle East will remain the largest energy exporting region, but its market share will fall by 10% by 2035.
The Road to Leadership: Advice From Industry Experts
Janeen Judah of Chevron and Kendra Lema of ConocoPhillips talk about what makes a person good leadership material and the opportunities available in the industry.
Can Waste Water Be Disposed of Safely?
The safe disposition of waste water is an industry priority. It is completely feasible and, in fact, is being broadly practiced today.
Crafting the Career of Your Dreams
Just entering the oil and gas job market? Heriot-Watt University’s Eric Mackay tells you how to carve out a career and create a niche for yourself.
Red Hawk Down: An Old Spar Finds New Life
Thanks to the rigs-to-reefs program, the world's first cell spar now offers a unique, cave-like environment for fish in the Gulf of Mexico.