Exploration

News
August 19, 2021
The Trump administration’s approval of a ConocoPhillips oil field project on Alaska’s Northern Slope was rescinded by a federal judge who said it failed to adequately protect polar bears and didn’t properly consider the effects on climate change.
News
August 17, 2021
The Biden administration is appealing a federal judge’s ruling against its oil leasing moratorium, while promising to resume offering new leases on U.S. lands and waters.
News
August 16, 2021
The Oman-based land seismic acquisition company will use Stryde systems to obtain better high-definition images for oil and gas exploration across several projects.
News
August 13, 2021
The software combines innovative technology with a tightly integrated, end-to-end suite of workflows to create a complete and connected geoscience solution that enables a subsurface digital twin.
Webcast

Increase ROI When Moving Through Exploration into Field Development

August 31, 2021
Tracerco
In this webinar, industry experts Patrick Hayes and Dr. Sudiptya Banerjee will demonstrate the value of using chemical tracers as an essential technology throughout all phases of a reservoir E&P lifecycle with a focus on hydraulically stimulated wells. After outlining the different methods of tracer monitoring and guidelines for tracer selection, the webinar will explore the value proposition for using chemical tracer technology during and after exploration through a series of illustrative case histories. By the conclusion of this talk, attendees should understand how tracers can provide insight into their reservoir and production strategy.
News
June 16, 2021
A new supercycle in global oil prices could be triggered by a lack of new investments in exploration, Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said.
News
June 02, 2021
Under an Interior Department order issued Tuesday, the agency is temporarily halting action on nine leases spanning more than 400,000 acres (161,870 hectares) of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, while it conducts a fresh environmental analysis of the program.
Article
May 2021
Race to the bottom
Article
May 2021
Managing asset situations throughout the E&P lifecycle, using industry-standard data formats, enables future users to revert back to a critical step, to explore alternate scenarios or revisit critical uncertainties to reduced development efforts.
News
May 05, 2021
The Board of Frontier, the privately held Houston-based international gas exploration company with a focus on Southern Africa, said its activities in Namibia are continuing to exceed expectations.
Article
April 2021
Signs of life emerge from the Eagle Ford
Article
April 2021
Remaining Operators Brush Aside Higher Prices
Article
April 2021
Mineral industry technology provides an approach for shallow oil exploration.
Article
March 2021
Mexico’s situation brightens after giant oil find made
Article
March 2021
“… keeping the world at a safe temperature”
News
March 11, 2021
The crew is operating with an 80,000-channel 508XT land acquisition system, with QuietSeis digital sensors and ten Nomad 90 Neo broadband vibrators in challenging desert terrain.
Article
February 2021
Four recent case studies document how an advanced seismic inversion workflow, which integrates geoscience data, enables operators to enhance their reservoir characterization interpretation.
Article
January 2021
Improve efficiencies, reduce asset downtime and protect critical knowledge with AI-based production technologies.
Article
January 2021
What! Me worry? (A.E. Neuman)
News
December 16, 2020
On Dec. 14th, the groups filed requests with an Anchorage judge for a preliminary injunction to prevent the Interior Department’s planned Jan. 6 auction of oil and gas leases across the refuge’s 1.56-million-acre coastal plain.
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