Keeping the Idea of Subsea Processing Alive
Moving oil/water separation equipment from platforms to the seabed looks inevitable, but based on the current rate of adoption it could take forever.
OTC Names Winners of Spotlight on New Technology Awards
The program recognizes innovative technologies and allows for companies to show the latest advances in offshore exploration and production.
New Measures For Shale Reservoirs
An array of new in-well testing methods involving drill bit geomechanics and DNA sequencing provide unconventional producers with low-cost rock property data.
OTC 2016 Kicks Off Today
The Offshore Technology Conference expects more than 2,570 exhibiting companies and organizations representing 47 countries.
A Young Professional’s Guide to Dallas and Anchorage
Whether it's to the Dallas metroplex or arctic Alaska, moving to a new location can be an adventure worth having.
Surviving the Downturn
Enough dust has settled over the past year to give the global oil and gas business a clearer view of its new landscape.
Training Is Essential for Practical Knowledge
Technical knowledge is improved through sharing, training, experience, or identifying a better way to accomplish a goal.
Working Smarter, Shale Completions Improve
As shale producers laid down hundreds of rigs across the United States, they were also advancing completion strategies and driving down costs.
Building Bridges While Blazing Your Trail
How can millennials successfully navigate career and team transitions?
Maintaining Objectivity Can Help You Survive Transitions
There is always more than one way of solving a problem.