12 January 2017 by
The energy industry is facing a major challenge: members of the baby boomer generation, who have for so long been responsible...
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...
8 November 2016 by Ona Odili
The low oil price environment continues to take its toll on oil producing countries worldwide. The effects, as the PEPS Oil & Gas...
26 October 2016 by Dan Yergin
A new IHS Energy report disputes concerns by some central banks and regulators that climate change may pose “systemic risk” to...
21 October 2016 by Irina Mardanova
Many seismic attributes today reveal fault and fracture patterns. However, these fault attributes often suffer from noise...
11 October 2016 by Bjorn Hem
Oil industry costs will improve as activity recovers, but with only modest expected gains until 2020.
5 October 2016 by Bjorn Hem
When will reduced levels of upstream oil and gas spending and activity, experienced since oil prices fell in late 2014, begin...
29 September 2016 by Hank Chambers
Seismic-guided volumetric well log interpolation is a unified solution for inversion, interpolation, and integration problems.
27 September 2016 by Joachim Erlandsen
Q2 marks increase in Upstream Oil & Gas costs after 2 years of deflation
21 September 2016 by IHS Energy Blogger
This article reviews features available in IHS Piper that can be used to test optimization scenarios for hydrocarbon...
7 September 2016 by IHS 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 IHS Energy Blogger
IHS Piper gives operators the tools to identify common operational issues and test potential corrective measures In times of...
11 August 2016 by Ford Tanner
Petrobras's Carcará sale underscores shift in Brazil’s approach to foreign investors
10 August 2016 by IHS Energy Blogger
Rate Transient Analysis (RTA) modeling has proven to be a powerful tool for studying the effective relationships between the...
3 August 2016 by Mariam Al-Shamma
Two years of low oil prices have wrought considerable stress across major oil and gas producing countries
28 July 2016 by IHS Energy Blogger
The industry has changed dramatically since the advent of the shale revolution in North America, enabled by the application...
21 July 2016 by Dan Yergin
Faith in economic freedom used to be a given in the West. Now a misguided trust in government control is growing.
18 July 2016 by IHS Energy Blogger
With the oil price seemingly stuck at a WTI price cap of $50/bbl, E&P operators are challenged to find new opportunities to extend...
14 July 2016 by Dan Fosse
Cuts and postponements hitting the service sector hard while oil supply slowly rebalances
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