The Mystery of the Kashagan
Discovered in 2000, the field is considered the world’s largest discovery in the past 30 years, combined with the Tengiz field.
The Power of the Industrial Internet: Turning Data Into Insight and Action
Today, the industrial world is being digitized and reshaped by "big data," opening up new and unprecedented levels of productivity.
The SPE Leadership Academy: A New Training Initiative
An intensive and industry-specific course aimed at spurring the development of leadership abilities, particularly of younger E&P professionals, begins.
Oman Champions EOR in the Middle East
The technology remains a major strategic option for the country in its challenge to increase oil recovery and meet long-term production requirements.
A Road Map for Kazakhstan’s Upstream Tech
For innovation to be effective, R&D priorities must be business-driven and in line with the upstream industry’s needs.
International Conference Kicks Off in Malaysia
Key members of Malaysia’s Oil and Gas community met Monday at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre to promote the forthcoming 8th International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC).
Oil Tests at Extreme Conditions Yield New Data For Reservoir Modeling
A huge gap in reservoir data propels researchers to work on measuring how oil behaves under high-pressure/high-temperature conditions.
Accelerating R&D Will Help Meet E&P Challenges
With most of the easy oil already discovered and the task of producing and recovering more hydrocarbons becoming harder, the industry needs to boost investments in R&D.
Pushing the Frontier through Wellbore Strengthening
Technology developers are introducing new materials in conventional drilling fluids to make wellbore walls stronger and drilling easier.
Azerbaijan Energized: The Road to Recovery
Gas imports in European countries are expected to double by 2030, and Azerbaijan’s gas reserves are one of the primary sources for meeting demand.