The Permian Basin has always been something of a proving ground for new technology development, but throughout the storied history of the Permian Basin International Oil Show, rarely has technology been more integral to the day-to-day operations of drilling, completing, producing, treating, processing, storing and transporting oil and gas.
Overregulation has stalled more than 30 important energy infrastructure projects across the country, indicates a new study by Americans for Prosperity.
Digital Technology Promises To Revolutionize Tubular Inspection, Management
September 2023 Cover Story
It is time for oil and gas operators to reimagine how tubulars are inspected and managed.
Reservoir Drill-In Fluid With Breaker System Tailored For Frio Formation
September 2023 Editor's Choice
As one of the Texas Gulf Coast’s primary oil and gas-producing formations, the Tertiary-aged Frio has been drilled extensively both on and off shore for nearly a century.
The 45Q tax credit for carbon capture and storage has increased substantially since its introduction in 2008. Now at $85 for every metric ton, it is helping drive a search for storage sites that are close to emission sources and have the right geology to contain carbon.
Study Assesses Trends, Techniques To Mitigate FDIs In Bakken Infill Development
September 2023 Frac Facts
As in other unconventional plays, parent-child well interactions have a significant effect on the productivity of Bakken Shale wells. Development decisions continue to be driven largely by surface constraints, suggesting more work is needed to improve future child well performance and mitigate fracture-driven interactions (FDIs).