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March 2018

The March issue of Oilfield Technology begins by taking a look at how global energy markets will be affected by growing Chinese demand for LNG and natural gas. The rest of the issue looks at a range of topics, including: Completions Technology, Multi-Client Seismic, Hydraulic Fracturing, EOR, Subsea Technology, Coiled Tubing, and Health & Safety.


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World news

Going forward with natural gas
Gavin Sutcliffe, dmg::events, provides an overview of China’s increasing impact on the global gas industry.

Breathing new life into the Gippsland Basin
Nigel Mudge, CGG, Australia, discusses how a new reprocessing project offers unique exploration opportunities.

Escalation in the East
Radmir Gaynetdinov, Maria Novikova, Reza Rastegar, and Stephen Forrester, NOV, explore the need for the development of multistage fracturing in the eastern hemisphere.

Precision engineered proppants
Don Conkle, CARBO, USA, describes the development of a precision-engineered proppant and reviews its performance.

Well Control Q&A
Oilfield Technology invited experts from Cudd Well Control, Halliburton Boots & Coots, and Weir Oil & Gas to share their knowledge on a variety of well control topics.

Pumping up production
Russell Messer, Dover Artificial Lift, USA, explains how packaged engineered solutions are able to improve production from rod pump systems.

Working with water-based fluids
Aaron Floyd and Mike Redburn, Newpark Drilling Fluids, USA, review the development of a water-based drilling fluid designed to enhance performance in shale operations.

Annihilating NIHL
Kjersti Rutlin, Honeywell Industrial Safety, Norway, reviews ways in which operators can combat hearing loss and boost productivity in offshore operations.

Delivering deepwater decommissioning
Michael Anderson and Sean Dempsey, Bibby Offshore, UK, review decommissioning techniques used in a subsea removal operation.


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