Oil Market Surplus Could Grow in 2017
Long-term oil prices will track with costs and likely won't revert to the margin-inflated patterns of the shale boom, according to speakers at the Deloitte Oil & Gas Conference.
Devon Energy Rises to the Top as a Data-Driven Producer
The company is using sophisticated algorithms designed to find the otherwise-hidden insights and engineering tweaks that are driving more value out of the shale fields it operates.
ATCE: Dubai Petroleum Completes Multistage, Offshore Tight Oil Well
The project might be the first of its kind for the offshore sector, the company says.
Saudi Aramco Gearing Up Unconventional Drilling
The company is letting two contracts for development drilling in North Arabia, a largely undeveloped area.
The Way Ahead Magazine Transitions to a Web Publication
With the launch of the redesigned, device-friendly website, SPE young professionals’ magazine, "The Way Ahead," is now an online-only publication and will feature new content regularly. Take a look at our new website.
ATCE: New SPE President Janeen Judah Promises To Lead and Engage Members
“Ultimately, we see an oil and gas industry that will be stronger, leaner, and built to last.”
ATCE: Fast Start for First Saudi CO2 EOR Project
Saudi Aramco saw a jump in production for a type of EOR that often takes years to see full benefits.
ATCE: Addressing Human Factors Can Make Megaprojects Work
Despite time-tested industry management practices, a high percentage of megaprojects fail to meet performance goals.
ATCE: The Demand for Greater Efficiency Across Operations
Service providers and national oil companies debate what increasing efficiency in E&P operations requires at ATCE.
ATCE: Future Roles of Humans and Machines
Big ideas for digital intelligence in Oil and Gas are being discussed at ATCE.