Issue: November 2007
An EOR method involving injection and ignition of compressed air in the reservoir increased the oil recovery factor threefold in India's Mehsana heavy oil belt.
A seven-year subsea field development creates expandable architecture in the Mediterranean Sea.
In situ, biogenic methane generation is a potentially immense resource that so far has eluded commercial development. Recent research suggests what some of the limiting factors may be, and how to use them to maximize the resource's potential.
Transient simulations assisted hydrate remediation efforts in deepwater Gulf of Mexico wells.
Competition in bit design enhances proprietary design software along with the product line for this year's bits
New designs on downhole tools continue to enter the market, often accompanied by ancillary application-specific services to improve effectiveness.
A portal approach enables information sharing among globally spread E&P project stakeholders.
Right-time asset management requires near-real-time operations monitoring and visualization for rapid analysis and decision making, to achieve effective asset performance management.
Using a newly discovered multiple removal technique, 4D interpretation becomes much clearer.
Rotary steerable systems technology case studies in the Canadian Foothills: A challenging drilling environment
Crossing high-angle faults and highly dipping formations in hard rock tests the mettle of RSS systems.
RMOTC takes on increasingly important role in low-cost RSS development.
Dynamic FEA models for snubbing: buckling and riserless subsea wireline intervention can help design tubing requirements for many different well conditions.
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Board chair discusses Nova Scotia’s proactive exploration agenda
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers positive about offshore potential
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Complete well history and subsurface data on-site at Geoscience Research Centre The Geoscience Research Centre (GRC), located in Dartmouth, N.S. (across from Halifax), along with a recently established online Data Manag
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Deep Panuke first gas in 2010 In October 2007, EnCana’s Board of Directors sancti
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Evaluating Scotian Shelf Deepwater Although much work remains to be done,
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY First ever Canadian Petroleum Digital Data now online Nova Sc
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Improving regulations, cutting costs top Atlantic agenda Promoting investment
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: GEOSCIENCE Jurassic Carbonate Bank evaluation Arthur G. Kidston, David E. Brown, Brenton
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Nova Scotia welcomes World Energy Explorers
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: GEOSCIENCE Millions being spent on Geoscience Arthur G. Kidston, David E. Brown, Brento
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Nova Scotia Offshore Regional Geoscience Initiative The government run Nov
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Nova Scotia’s moves: Call for Bids, geoscience advances and spreading the word
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Onshore exploration and development update While offshore oil and gas exploration
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Positioned to supply North America’s hungriest energy market The Energ
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Sable Offshore Energy Project reaches peak production A half-billion dollar
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Spreadsheet scopes project economics The Department of Energy believes a quick and eas
Vol. 228 No. 11 NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Using EM seabed logging and deep imaging seismic for deepwater exploration Exp
Africa. Apache’s ERB-A-1X well tested 1,910 bopd in Egypt’s onshore East Ras Budran Concession.
Revisiting the Barnett Shale
Heavy-oil subsea centrifuge
Acquisitions, mergers, ventures and other company news.
Oil prices continue to rise, reaching a record high of $93.53 a barrel on Oct. 29.
Vol. 228 No. 11 Meeting & events NOVEMBER Gulf Publishing Events , Women’s Global Leadership Conference in Energy & Technology, Wes
New product and service offerings from company press releases.
Personnel changes and promotions in the petroleum industry
BP initially estimated the fire that broke out Oct. 6 at Gathering Centre 2 at the Prudhoe Bay oilfield in Alaska would cut output by 30,000 bpd.