US oil production from tight formations increased in 2019, accounting for 64% of total US crude oil production, according to the US EIA.
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One of the most productive areas in the world for oil remains rich in the resource, according to the latest USGS assessment.
The projects are valued at approximately US$42 million and are scheduled to occur primarily during 2Q20.
The Stork Worley Integrated Solutions joint venture will provide engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning, and decommissioning services for a brownfield modification for Neptune Energy's Dutch assets in the North Sea.
The contract was awarded by Dana Petroleum and will be executed by Ocean Installer’s office in Aberdeen, UK, with engineering work beginning immediately and offshore operations scheduled for 2Q20.
The company has announced that the Q10-A field offshore the Netherlands produced 258 million m3 of gas during 4Q19, compared to 203 million m3 in 3Q19.
The agreement is in relation to UK offshore licences P1929 and P2304, which contain the Resolution and Endeavour gas discoveries respectively.
The project will be executed at Semco Maritime’s yard at Hanøytangen outside Bergen starting mid-February 2020.
In part two of this two-part article, Anna Pieper, TUV SUD National Engineering Laboratory, explains why there is a need to address the challenges associated with the ongoing maintenance and calibration in-situ of multiphase flow meters, for both topside and subsea installations.
Located approximately 275 km off the coast of Louisiana, the North Platte field development includes a semi-submersible floating production unit (FPU) in water over 1300 m deep.
The agreement with Colombia’s National Hydrocarbon Agency, the ANH, grants rights to reprocess existing data and acquire new 2D and 3D multi-client programmes offshore Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
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The company is prioritising securing a partner to drill its flagship prospect in Ireland, the Inishkea prospect which lies on Frontier Exploration Licence 4/19 in the Slyne Basin.
The company has announced a net loss of US$1.7 billion for 4Q19, compared to a net income for 3Q19 of US$295 million.
The study with the Colombian Maritime Authority was designed to assess the country’s resource potential in the Caribbean Sea.
Due to the amount of interest, and requests from some companies to extend the deadline, the Ministry’s Environmental Tender Audit Committee has announced an extension to the deadline to submit documentation to 27 January 2020.
ASH-2 which was drilled to a total depth of 4030 m in the Alem El Buieb (AEB) Formation onshore Egypt, has been completed to allow selective production from both an upper and lower reservoir interval.
SNC-Lavalin will provide front-end engineering and design (FEED) services for the second phase of the Haliba field, located in Al Dhafra Petroleum’s concession area.
The company recorded annual production of 75.5 milllion boe in 2019.
Dave Morrow will be based in Dubai and oversee the company's operations in the Middle East, India and Caspian region.
Anna Pieper, TUV SUD National Engineering Laboratory, argues that modern production alternatives such as subsea processing are making the use of traditional multiphase flow meter validation methods much more complex.
Jacob Ruiter, InnoEnergy Benelux, assesses what the oil and gas industry needs to do to tackle the energy transition.
2020 will be key as sector moves towards low-carbon future.
In this role, Holmes will serve as a member of the company’s executive team and will oversee the company’s Legal and Risk Department.
The 4-month survey will cover 2000 km2 of 3D in a shallow-water area of the Arabian Sea.
The contracts, for undisclosed clients in Australia, will see Skandi Singapore commence subsea project operations during 1Q20 for two major operators in the region over a period of 50 – 60 days.