Analytics Moves to Midstream: AI Opportunities Away From the Wellhead
The AI revolution in the market for consumer goods by companies like Amazon and Alibaba led to significant changes in the market dynamics. Similar impacts can be expected in the midstream industry as the AI revolution unfolds there.
More to Carbon Than Meets the Eye: The Importance of Researching Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage
CCUS is an interdisciplinary research field and its broad scope means that CCUS offers numerous opportunities for science and engineering graduates, including petroleum engineers.
How To Assess and Overcome Pipeline Integrity Challenges
What is pipeline integrity management and what are the crucial components of a well-rounded integrity management system?
Energy East Pipeline: How New Technologies and Existing Infrastructure Will Help To Move Canadian Crude Safely
The Energy East Pipeline involves the conversion of an existing TransCanada gas pipeline to oil service, as well as the construction of 1500 km of new pipeline. With a capacity of 1.1 million B/D, it will eliminate the need to import foreign crude oil to refineries in Quebec and New Brunswick.
India’s Midstream Petroleum Network Grows
Oil demand in India has grown rapidly in the past decade due to its rapidly advancing middle class. A national drive to improve environmental pollution is focusing on natural gas as a transitionary energy source due to its lower carbon emissions.
Internet of Things in the Oil and Gas Industry
IoT is the next step in the evolution of the oil and gas industry. Changes have already begun in the field installations, in the corner office, and across the oil and gas value chain.
Spencer Dale, Group Chief Economist, BP. Moving Oil and Gas to Markets. Part II: Oil Price and Refining Benchmarks
In part II of this two-part interview, Spencer Dale, group chief economist at BP, comments on oil price and refining benchmarks and shares his advice to young professionals in the industry.
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.
The Middlemen: Career Options in the Midstream Sector
There are numerous career paths available within the midstream sector due to the very diverse nature of the systems involved. There are avenues for virtually all engineering disciplines and the opportunity for cross-training and advancement is tremendous.
Pipeline Innovations Improve Operating Efficiencies
From trenchless construction for environmentally sensitive areas to heated pipelines which reduce associated upstream and downstream facilities, innovation in pipeline technology is improving operating efficiencies.
Building a Midstream Company: An Interview With Ryan D. Lewellyn, President and Chief Executive Officer, Tall Oak Midstream
To discuss the opportunities and challenges in the oil and gas midstream industry, the TWA HR Discussion editors interviewed Ryan Lewellyn about his experiences managing a private-equity-backed company and his outlook on the sector.
Master Limited Partnerships: The Financial Engine to US Energy Renaissance
Currently, midstream is the fastest growing sector in the oil and gas industry. Master limited partnerships have provided one important means of financing this explosive growth.
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29 October 2018