Geoscience and Engineering
20 June 2017 by
The Wolfcamp Formation within the Permian basin and each of its shale benchmarks provides an excellent example of how we can...
13 June 2017 by Bruce Smith
Allocation is the process of estimating the portion of the monthly volume from each well on the lease.
7 June 2017 by Jim Bock
Pattern recognition has long been a key to our understanding of geologic landforms and depositional regimes.
30 May 2017 by Russell Roundtree
In a resource constrained world, one always looks for potential efficiencies.
23 May 2017 by Kelvin Gan
A software upgrade or update process can be a confusing and daunting task. To some users, the process can also be a time consuming...
8 May 2017 by Adriana Hernandez
Worried about the production of your gas well?
14 March 2017 by Simon Davies
A common objective when analyzing gathering systems is to perform “what if?” scenarios, such as twinning a pipeline or adding...
7 March 2017 by Michael Muirhead
How tighter control over fracture height can also yield benefits in terms of the optimization of vertical and horizontal well...
14 February 2017 by Peter Blomquist
The Wolfcamp shale has taken center stage and the full glare of the spotlight.
9 February 2017 by Louis Mattar
Forecasting production when there isn’t a declining rate, for the purposes of reserves determination and optimization of...
10 January 2017 by Adam Chin
In today’s economic environment, the cost of drilling new wells has forced some operators to re-evaluate field development...
27 December 2016 by Michael Muirhead
Permian basin development is complicated by many technical factors. In addition to complex geology, operators must deal with very...
21 October 2016 by Irina Mardanova
Many seismic attributes today reveal fault and fracture patterns. However, these fault attributes often suffer from noise...
29 September 2016 by Hank Chambers
Seismic-guided volumetric well log interpolation is a unified solution for inversion, interpolation, and integration problems.
21 September 2016 by Energy Blogger
This article reviews features available in IHS Piper that can be used to test optimization scenarios for hydrocarbon...
7 September 2016 by Energy Blogger
This article reviews features available in IHS Piper that can be used to test cost cutting for hydrocarbon gathering systems...
24 August 2016 by Energy Blogger
IHS Piper gives operators the tools to identify common operational issues and test potential corrective measures In times of...
10 August 2016 by Energy Blogger
Rate Transient Analysis (RTA) modeling has proven to be a powerful tool for studying the effective relationships between the...
28 July 2016 by Adriana Hernandez
The industry has changed dramatically since the advent of the shale revolution in North America, enabled by the application...
13 July 2016 by Energy Blogger
PITA helps address conventional flow and buildup testing techniques shortcomings for tight gas reservoirs
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