How Ready Is Your Project?
Companies optimize internal processes for better outcomes by strengthening their project assurance activities and planning ahead for long-term operations.
Are Well Construction Practices Safe for the Environment?
In well design, redundant barriers that warn of a potential problem and prevent an immediate one perform the purpose of reducing risks with great reliability.
X-ray Imaging Method Improves Well Intervention Diagnostics
The ability to accurately visualize equipment in a well allows an operator to execute the remedial work plan more efficiently.
Building the Skills a Facilities Engineer Needs
When project teams are assembled, matching the required skills with the desired outcome helps in the staffing and selection of the appropriate engineers.
Data Integration Enables Quicker Decisions
A company uses a software-driven production monitoring tool to better manage its steam injection technique in its heavy oil operations in California.
Making Data Pay
There is talk about digital oil fields and big data and some striking examples of their power. But in real oil fields, a lot of operators are still running on big paper.
Gas Crunch Leads Middle Eastern Countries to Look for Alternative Solutions
Despite holding more than 40% of the global gas reserves, the majority of countries in the Middle East and North Africa region are facing a severe shortage of gas.
Editorial: SPE Provides Support During Industry Downturn
The Society is offering resources and programs such as a new job board, a free online tool for members to assess their professional capabilities, and mentoring.
Adapting to the New Normal
Constraints and volatility present a unique opportunity to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing marketplace.
Accounting for HSSE in an Enterprise Resource Planning System
Most companies do not include processes related to HSSE concerns within the scope of their ERP systems, which could be a costly mistake.