13 - 14 Mar 2017 - Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Ignored Signal During Hydraulic Fracturing Offers Instant Feedback
Always recorded but almost never used, the water hammer signal could offer completions engineers another set of insightful data if petroleum engineers can crack its code.
Artificial Intelligence Holds Promise for Seismic and Drilling Data
As artificial intelligence makes a significant impact on various industries, an expert examines the roles it could play in streamlining oil and gas operations in the near future.
West Virginia Scraps Noise Regulations for Compressor Stations
As compressor stations are added to the natural gas gathering and transmission networks, the potential noise issues are coming under increasing public scrutiny at the same time as regulations are being rolled back.
Single-Trip Subsea BOP Test Tool Saves Big Money
A new tool enables variable bore rams and shear rams to be tested in one run, cutting rig time significantly.
Making Big Data Part of the Routine
The potential of big data depends on the ability of companies to change the habits of its users.
Artificial Intelligence Poised To Change Industry Operations
A consultant examines the ways in which artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions may have a significant impact on industry operations.
Spencer Dale, Group Chief Economist, BP. Moving Oil and Gas to Markets. Part I: Oil Trade and LNG
In part I of this two-part interview, Spencer Dale, group chief economist at BP, shares his comments on oil trade, LNG market, and the effect of Brexit on the oil industry.
The Effects of Midstream on Unconventional Development: A Geoscience Perspective
Successful and commercial unconventional plays benefit in many cases from midstream activity that occurred decades earlier. In this article, authors look at the evolution of resource plays in light of the availability of midstream infrastructure.
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