Dakota Access Pipeline Up and Running in 2Q?
Reuters reported that Greg Garland, Philllips 66 CEO, expects the Dakota Access Pipeline to start operations in the second quarter, even though legal and regulatory challenges continue. The company holds a 25% stake in the nearly USD 4-billion project.
Aggressive Cost-Cutting: Is it Sustainable?
Onshore development is increasing production, while investors demand greater operational efficiencies. Operators and service companies are striving to strike the balance between fiscal discipline and growing their production. How low can costs go, and for how long?
Executing Offshore Projects More Efficiently
Offshore project execution enhancement ideas are highlighted for debottlenecking, gas-hydrate-induced pipeline vibration, and the design of subsea systems for efficient startup.
RPSEA Releases Oil & Gas Technology Roadmap
The Technology Roadmap identifies R&D opportunities that will allow the US to be the leading producer of oil and gas into the future. The importance of technology transfer and time to commercialization is discussed.
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