Extending the Life and Performance of Drillpipe With Wear Band Technology
Mexico’s Deepwater Auction a Success; Now What?
Mexico’s historic public tender for its deepwater real estate resulted in the awarding of eight out of 10 blocks on offer.
Beware of Bottlenecks
Oil companies that have slashed the break-even cost of producing oil from shale plays now must figure out how to hold on to those hard-won gains.
New Ideas Applied to New Places. Part II: Deep Offshore Field Development
In Part II of the series, Antonio Pinto, senior advisor, and Celso Branco, reservoir engineer, of Petrobras discuss advances in deep offshore drilling.
New Diagnostics Aid Completion Designs
Hydraulic fracturing is being mapped exclusively from surface pressure data.
Oklahoma Official: Progress Being Made, but Induced Seismicity Will Not Stop Anytime Soon
It could be many more months before the full scope of the state’s regulatory response plan for induced seismicity has been proven effective.
New Field Testing Device for Water Competes With Laboratory Methods
In Search of Cheap, Fast Ways To Detect Water Troubles
Treating produced water to control bacteria is like weeding a garden. It addresses the problem that is not going away.
Former SPE President Eve Sprunt Publishes Book on Dual-Career Couples
Former SPE President Eve Sprunt talks about her recent book on dual-career couples and shares her advice to millennials on work/life balance.
Hot Permian Play Gets Panel Focus
Oil prices, fracturing fleet, staffing, and technology among topics aired.