Exploration

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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.
News
December 03, 2020
A formal “notice of sale” is set to be published in the Federal Register on Dec. 7. The move is in keeping with a congressional mandate to hold two auctions of oil and gas leases in the refuge’s coastal plain by Dec. 22, 2024.
Article
November 2020
To drill or not to drill, that is the question!
Article
October 2020
Effective reservoir management requires combining multiple engineering/geoscience disciplines to identify improvement opportunities. To optimize analysis, an AI-powered management platform was developed that delivers faster, more accurate results to maximize asset value.
Article
September 2020
Exploration is near zero, not just because of demand
Article
July 2020
Which way next: 90, 270, 360 or 180?
Article
May 2020
Exploration sunset?
Article
April 2020
New algorithms, from an innovative seismic toolbox, generate a different approach to stratigraphic and structural event studies by combining large datasets, to identify hidden trends and subtle changes around geologic features.
Article
April 2020
The sky is falling or contango?
Article
March 2020
Reasonable competition?
News
January 16, 2020
Gulf Energy Information announced the availability of EWA TechLink, a new spatial research tool pairing comprehensive technical content with detailed project data.
News
January 09, 2020
South Sudan's President, Salva Kir, seeks to reverse the "lack of environmental standards and guidelines" in its oil and gas activities, as the East Central African nation seeks to ramp up production.
News
January 09, 2020
China said it will open up oil and gas exploration to private and foreign firms, offering further details of a policy that will help assuage concerns over access to the industry ahead of next week’s signing of an interim trade deal with the U.S.
News
January 08, 2020
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said officials would announce a plan by mid-February that would make clear how private companies could participate in the nation’s energy sector.
Article
December 2019
Reducing exploration to save money or “climate” is stupid
Article
November 2019
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!!
Article
October 2019
Exploration is back to the future
Article
October 2019
Leading producers plan to increase output, replace reserves
Article
September 2019
Stubbornly high oil supplies continue to constrain global drilling figures, but a renewed focus on reserve replacement, coupled with emerging offshore and shale opportunities outside the U.S., show opportunities for growth in the future.
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