|Contractor innovation slashes pollutants from 2-stroke diesel engines|
|Rotary Drilling of Hungary builds 2,000-hp rig for operations in Syria|
|Contractual insurance and risk allocation in the offshore drilling industry (Part 2 of 3)|
|IADC Training Committee shifts into high gear|
1999 SPE/IADC DRILLING CONFERENCE SPECIAL
|Deepwater Well Control: The industry takes charge|
|Drilling equipment automates, streamlines well contstruction|
|General management: Delivering the best performance — no matter where!|
|Deepwater Operations: Shallow flows pose problems|
|Coiled tubing and special operations|
|Health, safety and the environment|
|Well problems and solutions|
|Drilling and completion fluids|
|Tubulars I: “Casing” the “joint”|
|Case histories: From the North Sea to Australia|
|Drilling rigs: The oxen of the oilfield evolve to race horses|
|Wellbore stability: Avoiding hole collapse|
|Multilaterals: New life for old wells|
|Bit design, selection and optomisation|
|People & Companies|
26 November 2014
The world is going to need one-third more oil between 2010 and 2040, with developing countries, such as China and India, accounting for a major portion in the increase in...
25 November 2014
"Big data" is taking on a new role in industry, where companies are combining the findings from geology and geophysics with new data collected from advanced technologies...
25 November 2014
Petrobras recently completed drilling the first appraisal well in the Libra area, the 3-BRSA-1255 (3-RJS-731), known as NW1. Located in the Northwest portion of the Libra block, in the pre-salt layer of the...
24 November 2014
Ensign Energy Services has signed contracts for two of its new ADR 1500S pad drill rigs for a major operator in the Montney area of northeast British Columbia...
21 November 2014
Statoil has decided to cancel the Stena Carron rig contract after fulfilling the work commitments in the Statoil-operated blocks 38 and 39 in the Kwanza basin offshore Angola...