Archive | June, 2017

Schlumberger Introduces Complete Cased Hole Formation Evaluation and Reservoir Monitoring from a Single Tool

Pulsar service delivers rigless formation evaluation and monitoring for any reservoir to improve drilling efficiency and well productivity OKLAHOMA CITY, June 19, 2017—Schlumberger today introduced the Pulsar multifunction spectroscopy service at the SPWLA 58th Annual Symposium. The new service provides the industry’s first complete cased hole formation evaluation and reservoir saturation monitoring with openhole logging […]

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Intelligent Oil Fields: Digital Oilfield Technology

Intelligent oil fields: Digital Oilfield Technology  The oil industry has been slow to wake up to the opportunities of digital technology but this is changing. Major energy companies including BP, Shell, Eni and Statoil amongst others, are employing Digital Oilfield (DOF) technologies in their offshore drilling and production operations, for many years. As a result, […]

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Trump Administration Commences NAFTA Renegotiation Process

On May 18, the Trump Administration formally notified Congress of its intent to commence negotiations with Canada and Mexico with respect to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). This notification triggers a 90-day period before negotiations with Canada and Mexico can begin (no earlier than August 16, 2017). Per a May 23, 2017, Federal Register notice, the United […]

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Global Petroleum Show 2017 Kicks-Off In Calgary

              Calgary, AB – Global Petroleum Show (GPS), an industry leading oil and gas exhibition, officially kicks-off its 49th year tomorrow in Calgary at Stampede Park. FromJune 13-15, this industry leading event will provide attendees with direct access to the entire supply chain, innovative technologies, products and services, and a massive […]

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New Technology Could Recover More Oil From Early Bakken Wells

Oil companies are applying new hydraulic fracturing techniques to early Bakken wells, a process industry leaders say has the potential to recover more oil without increasing the footprint on the land. Operators are targeting wells drilled between 2008 and 2010, the early years of Bakken development before fracking technology advanced to where it is today. […]

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Texas Oil and Gas Jobs on the Upswing

  Oil companies across Texas increased payrolls by nearly 12,000 jobs in the six months through April. Experts attribute the increase to the industry’s steady recovery along with the shale boom in the Permian basin of West Texas. The latest gain over the last six months pushed the total number of oil and gas jobs […]

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Experience the Energy at Global Petroleum Show

                    EXPERIENCE THE ENERGY AT GLOBAL PETROLEUM SHOW Annual energy gathering to engage industry professionals seeking to share technologies, network and do business WHAT:             Global Petroleum Show (GPS) will kick-off its 49th year in Calgary, Alberta from Tuesday, June 13 to Thursday, June 15 at Stampede […]

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