Photo courtesy of Quorum Software 2019 May-June Features 

Oil and Gas Measurement Automation is Key in Optimizing Production

With commodity prices in flux, the industry seeks to adopt new strategies to increase efficiency and optimize existing assets. Producers are looking for new technologies to enhance their organizational agility and, ultimately, improve recovery rates in the high-decline rate wells. As the industry is putting the latest technology to work, measurement departments have found themselves directly in the center of… Read More
Hydraulic Couplings – Photo courtesy of Hunting PLC 2019 March-April Features 

Subsea Technology: Innovation on the Horizon

A test question for third graders studying about the universe asked what color the Earth appeared from space and why. The answer to this question is simple to an adult, it’s a widely known fact. It’s blue. The Earth from space appears blue, as it primarily covered by water – approximately 71 percent of it, in fact. It is one… Read More
Going Green in the Bakken 2019 January-February Features 

Going Green in the Bakken

For years, the Bakken has been known to be a major oil and gas hub and it is the third largest U.S. shale oil field, behind the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford, in Texas. Primarily located in North Dakota, it also runs through Montana and two Canadian provinces – Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Because of the oil play there, McDonalds’ workers… Read More
As Federal Oil Regulation Gets Tricky, State-Level Regulators Still Work Best 2018 May-June Features 

As Federal Oil Regulation Gets Tricky, State-Level Regulators Still Work Best

There’s often a misconception that regulation is a purely federal affair. However, the heart of regulation is local. State governments, not the federal government, have significant and primary oversight over the oil and gas operations that occur within each state. There are a few exceptions, of course. There are cases where the federal regulators do attempt to enforce regulatory control… Read More
Subsea Technology 2018 March-April Features Technology Upstream 

Subsea Technology

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Pushing Boundaries in Offshore O&G To say times were different when the first Gulf oil well went into service is a bit of an understatement. The year was 1938, and the Superior-Pure State No. 1 well was the first of its kind—if not extremely risky. One mile offshore, the Creole, Louisiana well used very little metal… Read More
2018 Oil & Gas Market Outlook 2018 January-February Features 

2018 Oil & Gas Market Outlook

Few industries are as accustomed to change as oil and gas. From the rapid emergence of new technologies to dramatic ups and downs in the market, the fluid nature of the industry always offers up good discussion material as the year comes to a close. Each year is also tug of war between both good and bad that develops for… Read More
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