After years of budget cuts, oil and gas companies are finally stepping up their exploration game. Several wildcat wells planned for 2019 have the potential to be 'elephant' finds, according to Rystad Energy.
Paradigm Drilling Services (PDS) part of The Paradigm Group; a set of global Dutch innovation and technology companies, for the upstream oil and gas industry, has rebranded its entire suite of drilling tools.
Block Energy Plc, the exploration and production company focused on the Republic of Georgia, is pleased to announce that sidetracking operations from the existing 16a wellbore ('16a' or 'the Well') on the West Rustavi field ('West Rustavi') have commenced.
The Gullfaks partners have decided to drill seven new wells and thereby improve oil recovery by 17 million bbls with good profitability.
In November last year, UK-based Corallian Energy revealed its plan to commence a two-well work programme, starting with the drilling of the Wick well, followed by drilling of Colter scheduled for Q1 2019.
The company is poised to deliver three Template Slot Adapters (TSA) and associated TCS connectors for a major operator in West Africa.
The independent oil and gas developer's TLP-101 and TLP-102 wells are located in the Tilapia field in the Republic of Congo.
Highlands has announced that its operating partner has successfully concluded completion operations for the six new wells at the East Denver Project and flowback has commenced from three of those six.
The independent operator has recently completed three significant acquisitions; an interest in the Babbage gas field acquired from Premier Oil on 6 December.
Following the company's most recent update of November 2, 2018, Zenith can confirm that the primary phase of its well C-37 well intervention has entered the final stage.