2017 March-April Features 

Advancing Data Functionality for Offshore

Systems and Services that Optimize Organizational Results The industrial internet of things is transforming the offshore oil and gas sector. One estimate claims that a typical offshore oil platform generates up to 2 terra bytes of data per day – that’s the equivalent of 1 million digital camera images. Cisco, in its report “A New Reality for Oil and Gas,”… Read More
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2017 January-February Features 

O&G Training and Education

Taps Technology for the Modern Classroom Experience As oil and gas companies in 2017 face unique challenges in workforce development, education and training providers will be working diligently to continue shaping options for workers that tap into a vast range of technologies designed to accommodate the way people want to learn today. Compounding a reality oil and gas companies have… Read More
2016 November-December Features 

A Moving Target

Finding the Right Safety Culture for Boom or Bust Work hazards in oil and gas abound — fire and explosions, falls, chemicals, machinery, and remote work sites come together to make the industry one of the most dangerous in the U.S. In 2014, the year for which the most recent compiled safety data is available, the Bureau of Labor Statistics’… Read More
2016 September-October Features 

2016 Product Review

A look at some of the technologies that are helping the industry stay safe and be compliant Throughout the year, we dedicate a significant amount of column inches in Oilman to the policies and market dynamics that drive the fortunes of companies in the oil and gas industry. In this issue, we’re taking a time-out to acknowledge some of the products… Read More
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2016 July-August Features 

The OPEC Situation: Understanding OPEC’s Relevance in the Global Oil Market

With the member countries of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) controlling around 40 percent of the world’s crude oil production and exporting about 60 percent of the petroleum traded internationally, the activities of OPEC have been an important factor affecting not just oil prices but oil production in non-OPEC countries as well. Given that OPEC did not… Read More
2016 May-June Features 

Rebalancing of Global Oil Supply and Demand

With the price of oil set by world oil supply and demand, watching not only how much oil countries are producing and using today, but also what those numbers will look like in the future is a critical practice for industry members. The current thinking is that demand has increased, somewhat, and supply could – depending on the approach in… Read More
2016 March-April Features 

Waiting for ‘The One’

With no relief in sight for the price of oil, the oil and gas industry in 2016 is facing an increasingly distressed position that will force companies to begin disposing of assets, face restructuring or bankruptcy, or give in to mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Top analysts have made it clear; while 2015 was slow in M&A, companies this year will… Read More

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