Keeping Reservoir Stewardship on Course

The French term, déjà vu, which means literally “already seen,” is the feeling that you have previously experienced something you are currently experiencing. Two thirds of adults claim to have sensed this phenomenon, but this figure rises to 100% when one considers professionals in the oil and gas industry, which is undergoing yet another boom-and-bust cycle.

Besides the real concern that the recently announced staff layoffs will only hasten the “big crew change” (as some “golden oldies” may decide to call it a day this time around), one hopes that operators will maintain good stewardship of their wells and fields and resist the temptation to cut back on essential data acquisition.

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Keeping Reservoir Stewardship on Course

Bob Harrison, Technical Authority/Project Director, Reservoir Services, LR Senergy

01 June 2015

Volume: 67 | Issue: 6

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