Oilfield Services: How Much Consolidation is Yet To Come?
The recent upswing in M&As in the oilfield services sector may be a harbinger of more to come as operators push for capex and opex control.
With New Advance, Natural Gas Filtering Technology Moves Closer to Commercial Reality
A new material under development is highly effective at sieving carbon dioxide from natural gas streams and is also cheap and easy to make, according to researchers.
Short-Cycle Projects Key to Surviving the Downturn
Short-cycle projects allow owners and operators to stay financially stable while preserving the production infrastructure and capacities needed to expand quickly when oil prices improve.
SPE Americas HSE Conference Begins With a Blast
The 2017 SPE Health, Safety, Security, and Social Responsibility Conference–North America started with a blast on 18 April and continued with a discussion of how the brain works and a brain-centric view of safety.
New Occupational Health Hazards Emerge in Unconventional E&P
A NIOSH hygienist examines emerging chemical exposure risks workers faced during drilling, completions, and servicing operations.
US Gulf of Mexico Hits Record Production
New figures show that the facilities working in the Gulf of Mexico achieved higher crude output in 2016 than at any other period.
Scrubber Design Requires a Balance of Criteria vs. Application
A senior process engineer from TechnipFMC discusses the ways in which inadequate design and sizing methodologies can lead to poor scrubber performance.
Integrated Water Treatment Service
27 Apr 2017
OnBoard is GE Water & Process Technologies's integrated water treatment solution and service pla ...
Portable Multigas Detector
19 Apr 2017
Honeywell's GasAlertMicroClip is a multigas portable detector with an automated self-test function t ...
Cable/Flowline Protection System
10 Apr 2017
Trelleborg's Buoyant Uraduct is a protection system for subsea cables which can be customized to fit ...
GLOBAL MARKET TRENDS
Decommissioning Expenditure in Western Europe To Top USD 100 Billion From 2017 to 2040
Western Europe is the first area outside of the US Gulf of Mexico to see large-scale decommissioning. Well decommissioning is forecast to account for the majority of the expenditure.
ON THE MOVE
27 April 2017
Wood Group appointed Andrew Stewart as chief executive officer (CEO) of its Asset Life Cycle Solutio.......Read More
27 April 2017
Saskia Rijtema was named chief operating officer (COO) of Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) effective.......Read More
24 April 2017
Wood Group has appointed Grant Angus as chief financial officer for its specialist technical solutio.......Read More
22 April 2017
CNOOC appointed Yuan Guangyu as chief executive officer. Yuan joined CNOOC in 1982, and in his time .......Read More
Jon Arve Sværen
20 April 2017
CGE Subsea named Jon Arve Sværen as its new chairman of the board for subsea. Sværen is currenty vic.......Read More
Bong Fadullon, Romeo De Guzman
19 April 2017
Phoenix Petroleum, an independent petroleum contracting company, named Henry Albert "Bong" Fadullon .......Read More
Gerald Verbeek, Selection Editor
Verbeek Management Services
Want Great Soup? Focus on the Broth
The secret ingredient to good soup is good broth. In the same way, culture makes the difference between reliable high performance and mediocrity in an organization.
SAVVY SEPARATOR SERIES
Savvy Separator: Operational Troubleshooting of Separators
In this tenth article of the series, the author focuses primarily on specific operational elements of troubleshooting rather than the mechanical design of the separator.
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