Reviving Europe’s Largest Onshore Field
A Canadian operator has transformed a derelict, polluted oil field in Albania that once eked out 600 B/D into one that produces more than 20,000 B/D today.
A New Microbial Method Shows Promise in EOR
A biologically based enhanced oil recovery (EOR) technology has improved waterflood efficiency by increasing oil production and decreasing the decline rates, thereby significantly increasing the recovery factor.
Management: Navigating in Deep Water
In a volatile price environment, players need to reflect carefully on their priorities, capital resources, and capabilities in the deepsea game.
The Six Minds of a Whole New Engineer
Big Beacon president David E. Goldberg and Olin College professor Mark Somerville investigate the mind sets engineers will need to succeed.
SPE/IADC Drilling Conference Focuses on Resilience
IADC Chairman Ed Jacob said although the industry is experiencing a challenging downturn in oil prices, both the IADC and SPE remain dedicated to solving critical problems.
SPE President Calls for “E&P 2.0” at HSE Conference
“E&P 2.0 means we do this smarter, faster, cheaper, more sustainable," Helge Hove Haldorsen said.
Abu Dhabi Unveils Its R&D Ambitions
The United Arab Emirates nation is investing in research and development aimed at maximizing recovery rates and expanding crude production.
MEOS Panelists Advise Industry to Not Retreat Despite Downturn
Refocusing on fundamentals, investment discipline, and innovation is crucial to survive the downturn and thrive in a future environment.
Panel: Efficiency and Resourcefulness Are the Keys to Surviving Volatility
The panel at the 19th edition of the Middle East Oil and Gas Show and Conference featured energy ministers from Bahrain, Kuwait, and the United Arab Emirates.
Monitoring Lift Systems in Mature Fields
Through performance tracking technologies, oil companies are seeing better production and reduced costs from their artificial lift systems in mature fields.