EUROPEAN DRILLING OUTLOOK
|Fiscal regime key to northern deepwater potential|
|UK, Norwegian offshore are set on new directions|
|Health and safety challenges face MODU operators|
|N Sea Chapt safety case project to aid rig moves|
|Through tubing drilling on N Cormorant cuts costs|
|Global Marine’s Safety FOCUS shows good results|
|2000 ASP statistics show safety still a challenge|
INNOVATIVE DRILLING TECHNIQUES
|Progress continues in underbalanced well systems|
|West Navion faced several challenges on Qullec-1|
|Growing multilateral experience brings advances|
|Atlantis deepwater concept development updated|
|MRI-LWD technology could cut costs, add reserves|
|Internet is a new challenge for the drilling industry|
|IADC execs named to Commission on Ocean Policy|
|Annual Mtg, Drilling GOM focus on issues, future|
|People, Companies and Products|
30 September 2014
Statoil and Shell were awarded the Timissit Permit License in the Illizi-Ghadames Basin onshore Algeria. The license is in southeastern Algeria and covers an area of 2,730 sq km...
29 September 2014
Rosneft successfully completed the drilling of the Universitetskaya-1 well in the Arctic – the northernmost well in the world, according to the company, and discovered oil at the East-Prinovozemelskiy-1 license area...
26 September 2014
Statoil has together with PL713 partners made a gas discovery in the Pingvin prospect in the Barents Sea. The discovery is a play opener in an unexplored frontier…
26 September 2014
Maersk Drilling’s fourth ultra-deepwater drillship was named Thursday morning in a ceremony at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) shipyard in Geoje-Si...
25 September 2014
Eni was the successful bidder of three new exploration licenses in Egypt as a result of the competitive 2013 EGPC and EGAS bid rounds. The new licenses will be formally awarded after the ratification...