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Oilfield Technology - December 2009

Oilfield Technology - December 2009

The December 2009 issue of Oilfield Technology opens with two regional reports examining different oil and gas developments in Africa. Following this our Contributing Editor, Gordon Cope, discusses why salt can prove both a bane and a blessing to the oil patch. The lead feature of the issue is the drilling contractors directory, which provides an overview of major international drilling contractors operating in the industry. Other features in the issue include reservoir characterisation, well stimulation, rig design and water management.
 

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Oilfield Technology - November 2009

Oilfield Technology - November 2009

The November 2009 issue of Oilfield Technology opens with an article by Douglas-Westwood examining the US$ 300 billion offshore operations and maintenance market. Saudi Aramco and Schlumberger look at crosswell electromagnetic tomography and Shell provides the lead feature on enhanced oil recovery. Oilfield Technology interviews Matt Bell, CEO of GEODynamics, about the future of perforating, and the issue also includes technical articles on HPHT challenges, drilling economics, well control and cementing.
 

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Oilfield Technology - October 2009

Oilfield Technology - October 2009

The October 2009 issue of Oilfield Technology includes a keynote article by RSK exploring the financial aspects of the Santos Basin development, whilst GE Oil and Gas provides an overview of industry developments in Brazil. Other features in the issue include exploration software, underbalanced and managed pressure drilling, well intervention and sand control. In addition Oilfield Technology Correspondent, Gordon Cope, discusses the future for unconventional resources.
 

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Oilfield Technology - September 2009

Oilfield Technology - September 2009

The September 2009 issue opens with lead articles addressing two of the upstream oil and gas industry's main challenges, recruitment and safety. Australian company Hays Oil and Gas provide their perspective on employment trends whilst Contributing Editor, Gordon Cope, examines how the concept of safety differs between countries, companies and cultures. Other articles focus on seismic technology, drilling fluids and well control.
 

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Oilfield Technology - August 2009

Oilfield Technology - August 2009

The August 2009 issue includes overviews of both the challenges and opportunities for the offshore oil and gas industry in Northern Europe and for the Indian oil and gas sector. Consultants Booz & Co. look at how digital oilfield technology can provide real benefits in preparing 'people' for the long term challenges faced in exploration and production whilst KBR  demonstrate how perfect planning prevents poor performance. Issue also features technical articles on intelligent well completion, oilfield chemicals and artificial lift systems.
 

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Oilfield Technology - June 2009

Oilfield Technology - June 2009

On this month's cover: Smith International, Inc. is a leading global provider of products and services used by operators during the drilling, completion and production phases of oil and natural gas development activities. The company operates in over 80 countries around the world.
 

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Oilfield Technology - April 2009

Oilfield Technology - April 2009

On this month's cover: Bisso Marine provides diving, heavy lift, offshore construction and salvage services, and aims to supply its customers with unparalleled safety, quality, efficiency and productivity. The front cover shows Bisso Marine pipelay barges L/B Mighty Chief (foreground) and DLB Big Chief performing a subsea drilling, pipelay and bury operation off the Louisiana coast.
 

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Oilfield Technology - March 2009

Oilfield Technology - March 2009

On this month's cover: PathFinder offers its customers worldwide, innovative drilling technologies for formation evaluation. PathFinder technologies are designed manufactured and tested in-house for increased reliability and accuracy. Product offerings include directional drilling, measurement while drilling, logging while drilling and formation evaluation services.
 

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Oilfield Technology - February 2009

Oilfield Technology - February 2009

On this month's cover: Cover art courtesy of American Augers. The image is of a rack and pinion American Directional. Drill branded VR-500, which offers 226 t of hook load. It is equipped with two 700 hp. twin Caterpillar diesel engines and has a maximum drilling depth of 4572 m.
 

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Oilfield Technology - November 2008

Oilfield Technology - November 2008

On this month's cover: The American Directional Drill prototype VR-330 on location in Louisville, Ohio is a vertical oil and gas drilling rig, which utilises a rack and pinion top head drive that creates up to 150 t of push and pull. The American Directional Drill vertical rigs have the ability to drill a true vertical or horizontal well up to 4572 m in total length. The VR-330 will be replaced by the new VR-500, which will have its first manufacturing release during winter this year.
 

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