UK Releases 130 Terabytes of Oil and Gas Data
Data from the UK Oil and Gas Authority’s new data repository cover 12,500 offshore wellbores, 5,000 seismic surveys, and 3,000 pipelines.
Drilling: What Can We Do To Thrive?
Falling oil prices are the acid test of drilling efficiency. SPE Technical Director Jeff Moss of ExxonMobil talks about ways to build in lasting savings as part of this special report.
It is Time for Oil Companies To Find Some New Technology
The future of unconventional exploration will require a break from the status quo. With well productivity stalling, it is time to look for a new plan of attack.
In Search of Data-Driven Oilfield Reality
Many startup companies promote the wonders of analytics but few can ensure that the methods used and data generated live up to the hype.
Optimization and Analytics Proving Vital in Everyday Operations
At a recent global meeting of operations research and management sciences professionals in Houston, an ExxonMobil research executive stressed the importance of optimization and data analytics to company operations.
Ushering in a New Era of Oilfield Innovation With the Internet of Things
As E&P companies slowly ramp up drilling and production activities while adjusting to a new period of “lower for longer” prices, the time is right for widespread adoption of the IoT.
Artificial Intelligence Holds Promise for Seismic and Drilling Data
As artificial intelligence makes a significant impact on various industries, an expert examines the roles it could play in streamlining oil and gas operations in the near future.
Making Big Data Part of the Routine
The potential of big data depends on the ability of companies to change the habits of its users.
A Broad Approach to Drill Bit Performance
The variables defining drill-bit performance cover a lot of ground. There is a lot of attention given to cutters studding diamond drill bits, but just as important are what is in the rest of the drillstring and the decisions made by the driller.
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27 March 2020