Norway Opens New Realms of Arctic Oil Exploration
A new licensing round will open up 136 blocks in the Arctic Barents Sea.
Norway Awards Most Licenses Ever in New Round
In need of an exploration boost, Norway doled out a record 83 production licenses in mature areas of the Norwegian Continental Shelf to 33 firms.
Correlation Approach Predicts Viscosity of Crude-Oil Systems Offshore Norway
This paper aims to develop new and improved empirical viscosity correlations through available field measurements on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
Coiled-Tubing Telemetry Intervention in Shut-In Conditions
When a new horizontal well in Asia was incapable of unassisted flow, coiled tubing (CT) was selected for the perforation and stimulation intervention. Mechanical isolation was required to ensure that the stimulation fluids entered only the new zones.
Norway’s Record Offshore License Award Attracts Major Operators
The company’s 31 licenses highlight a record-high total awarded during the latest APA round, which is aimed at developing mature areas of the NCS.
Clay-Free Invert Fluid in High-Temperature Well Provides Consistent Low ECD Profile
This paper describes the first application of clay-free IEFs in the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS), with an emphasis on an impressively low and consistent ECD contribution.
Drilling and Completion Fluids
This year has been a great year for me; I was able to play more rounds of golf than expected! I was also successful in sealing a few research collaboration agreements within the oil and gas industry.
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04 August 2020
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