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This month’s issue begins with our annual review of the seismic market, which is positioning itself for an upswing in fortunes when the oil price starts to pick up once again. We provide an overview of the current state of play in the market, as well as developing technologies that are looking to re...Availability: Online|In the libraryRecord type: Issue
UNDERGROUND GAS STORAGE - Conclusion: Industry-segment uses reflect evolution of storage. Cates, H.C. Oil and Gas Journal, 15 October 01, 99(42) pp.
Changes in the US natural gas industry in the past 2 decades have been revolutionary: commoditization of natural gas, growth of market centers, pervasiveness of risk-management tools, and electronic trading. These changes have profoundly affected the use of underground natural gas storageAvailability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
UNDERGROUND GAS STORAGE - 1: Storage functions evolve to match changes in US natural gas industry . Cates, H.C. Oil and Gas Journal, 8 October 01, 99(41) pp.
Commoditization of natural gas, growth of market centers, pervasiveness of risk-management tools, and electronic trading have revolutionized the US natural gas industry. These same factors have led to profound changes in the use of natural gas storage; these changes in storage have been more evoluti...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Natural gas storage. (In French). A. Choquel. Rev. Inst. Francais Petrole, September-October 1996, 51(5), 677--689.
Consideration is given to the varied functional framework for underground natural gas storage on the basis of the French example, details being included of the various techniques in current usage. Storage facilities worldwide are discussed together with the orders of magnitude, and a number of evolu...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Management of a complex cavern storage facility for natural gas. Anon. JPT, April 1998, 50(4), 134, 135. (Synopsis SPE paper 38865).
Details are given of an operational-management model that was developed for the Epe cavern storage facility operated by Ruhrgas AG. Individual programme routines were calibrated by field test in individual caverns. New cavern dimensioning processes, field tests, and optimization of gas storage are d...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
New congress should ensure rational safety regulations. J.P. Ericksen. Pipeline Gas Ind., February 1995, 78(2), 25--29.
Total US energy consumption of oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear, and hydroelectric is reviewed for 1993 and transportation safety is described and illustrated. Significant expenses to improve industry safety are listed. Results show that 64% of incidents during the period 1970 to 1986 were due to dam...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
E&P, data management: Three keys to successful data management. Tracey Dancy. Petroleum Review May 2007, P. 30
At a recent SMi conference on E&P information and data management (DM) in London, executives highlighted the challenges faced by oil and service companies as they look to find new and successful ways of tackling the ever-increasing mountain of data. The acquisition and storage of, and access to, dat...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Pipeline report---regulatory, technical pressures prompt more US salt-cavern gas storage. T.F. Barron. OGJ, 12 September 1994, 92(37), 55--67 (9 pages).
The expansion is outlined of salt-cavern facilities over the years since the first US salt cavern was placed into natural gas service in 1961. Different cavern constructions are described, including cavern depth, shape, size, and spacing. Operating pressures are examined and typical cavern equipment...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Using interference tests during field startup to solve critical reservoir management issues at the Zafiro field, offshore Equatorial Guinea. N.V. Humphreys et al. SPE Production Facilities, November 1997, 12(4), 205--211.
The Zafiro field is being developed using subsea wells tied back to a floating production, storage, and offtake (FPSO) vessel. Details are given of the way in which preplanned interference tests assisted in defining reservoir continuity and provided confidence to subsequent field-development plans. ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract