Subsea Technology 2018 March-April Oilman Podcasts 

Feature Podcast: Subsea Technology

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 to drill into the sandy depths, nor did it… Read More
Oilman 2018 March-April OILMAN Publisher 

Letter from the Publisher (March-April 2018)

The United States is the leading natural gas producer in the world. Shale has virtually eliminated our need for gas imports and continues to produce well; in fact, very well in the Delaware and Eagle Ford Basin. The Bakken is seeing improvement and the Niobrara region continues to perform well in the Denver Basin after two years of falling production.… Read More
Phil Neray 2018 March-April Interviews Technology 

Growing Cyber Threats to Oil & Gas Facilities

A few months ago, the world learned of a targeted cyberattack on a petrochemical facility in Saudi Arabia. Now known as TRITON, the Stuxnet-like attack shut down the facility—and allowed the attackers to gain control of a critical safety system that provides emergency shutdown of plant processes. These Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) are designed to avoid catastrophic safety and environmental… Read More
Mobile Apps Boost Efficiency 2018 March-April Technology 

Mobile Apps Boost Efficiency

Technology is outpacing oil and gas in growth, but that’s good for the industries. In addition to the fact that processors, screens, casings and many other digital product elements rely on the oil and gas for manufacturing, software and mobile devices have the potential to innovate operations, boost efficiency and increase job safety. Most companies utilize desktop software for bookkeeping,… 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 March-April Contributors Joshua Robbins 

Massive Opportunities

As Q1 ends, the industry analysts are predicting upwards of $80 oil prices, and a reentry back into the high price environment we saw back in 2013. Operators, on the other hand, are hedging every barrel possible. Their consensus is the price will fall instead of rise, pushing the boom/bust cycle into a much smaller correctional circle, moving the price… Read More
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