With Demand Way Down, Seismic Seeks Work in Older Fields
At the Society of Exploration Geophysicists annual meeting, speakers and exhibitors examined how to better analyze older fields, including long-term monitoring.
Creating a Technology-Focused Completions Organization
Andrew Buzinsky of Trican Well Service discusses Trican’s acquisition of i-TEC Well Solutions, and how the agility of both companies led to a win-win integration.
The Value of Technical Backgrounds in Upstream Finance Jobs
What skills can a professional with a technical background bring to an M&A role?
University R&D Steady Despite Downturn
Sustained low oil prices have not yet had a significant effect on many universities’ research and development programs.
Artificial Lift Issues in Horizontal Wells
Experts say US shale producers need to rethink their drilling and completion designs as problems mount for horizontal wells when they go on pump.
The Engineering Gold Rush in Investment Banking
Investment banks are increasingly acquiring in-house technical talent with engineering backgrounds.
Smart Money: How Engineers Are Transforming Traditional M&A
The inevitable wave of mergers and acquisitions that pundits have been predicting will undoubtedly manifest itself at some point.
Seismic Data Looks for New Angles
New seismic data gathering techniques promise better images by gathering more data quicker, seeing past obstructions, and seeking out scarce frequencies.
Transforming to SPE 2.0: The Year in Review
Take a look at how SPE has grown in the past year.
Why the Industry’s Success Depends on Engaging Young Talent
What lessons can be learned from the past? And can the oil and gas industry use them to handle the crisis better this time?