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Like all human endeavours, upstream E&P operators, generally turn to technology to solve new and chronic problems. However, are technology providers reaching the mark? Here, Honeywell's John Colpo, Strategy Leader for Oil and Gas Industry, argues that technology providers need to consolidate further...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Method helps quantify benefits of applying new upstream technology. Jonkman, R.M. Oil and Gas Journal, 12 Mar 01, 99(11,) pp. 34 - 36
The benefit of new technology is only realized through its application on assets.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Jim Oberkircher. What is the future of multilateral technology? World Oil, 222(6), June 2001, pp 47-48.
Advances in multilateral drilling and completion technology promise reduced costs, greater flexibility and increased profit potential.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Introduction of game-changing drilling technology. Anon. JPT, February 1998, 50(2), 28, 33. (Synopsis SPE paper 37635).
Details are given of the way Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) introduces drilling technology by use of a structured process, from planning, through trials, to implementation. Examples are presented related to multilateral wells and horizontal, coiled-tubing, underbalanced, and percussion drilling. P...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Assessment of technologies for the location of persons lost at sea in the UKCS. T.R. Wander. Offshore Technol. Rept., OTH-93--407, publ'd 1996, Health Safety Exec., HSE Books, illus., figs., tables, 129 pages, price #40. (ISBN 0--7176--1072--1).
Current safety and rescue operations are covered, and each system and technology are described, procedures, techniques, and equipment available being investigated. These comprise light systems and technologies, radio systems, and radar systems, details being included of the relevant sea trials. Also...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Technology, money unlocking vast Orinoco reserves. L.R. Aaland. OGJ, 19 October 1998, 96(42), 49, 50.
Attention is drawn to the way in which technology makes the exploitation of the heavy oil and bitumen in the Orinoco Belt, discovered some 60+ years ago, economically feasible. Petrozuata, Cerro Negro, Sincor, Hamaco, and other projects are outlined.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Fracture-stimulation technology for gas-storage wells. S.R. Reeves. JPT, February 1998, 50(2), 61--67 (5 pages).
Attention is drawn to the joint programme being sponsored by the DOE (and more recently the GRI) with industry to demonstrate application of new and novel-fracture-stimulation technologies in gas-storage fields across the US. The objective of which, being to advance deliverability-enhanced technolog...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Specific aspects of field-development issues in deep water involving riser technology are discussed. Attention is drawn to marine risers, platform motions, flexible risers, rigid risers, hybrid risers, SCRs, and titanium risers.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
E&P, Technology; Subsea achievements and dreams in the offing. Jeff Crook. Petroleum Review May 2009, P 14-16.
Although the crude oil price has fallen dramatically from its record levels, there is little sign or slowdown in the advanced of subsea production technology, writes Jeff Crook. Includes diagram showing the CameronDC Subsea Production System.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Seismic, technology; EM shooting for the mainstream. Andrew McBarnet. Petroleum Review June 2008, P. 21-23
Andrew McBarnet reports on how the oil industry has still not fully embraced the huge promise of marine controlled source electromagnetic (EM) surveys, arguably the most exciting E&P geoscience technology since the introduction of 3D seismic in the 1980s.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract