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in Mature Fields

Smart workflows enable engineering and operations groups to make real-time updates to waterflooding processes, so short term oil rate and long term oil recovery are... read more

in Unconventional Resources

Discover how shale high-grading methodology can help you improve your unconventional assets... read more

in Mature Fields

With limited drawbacks, more U.S. operators rely on carbon dioxide (CO2) injection for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) than any other... read more

in Mature Fields

With limited drawbacks, more U.S. operators rely on carbon dioxide (CO2) injection for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) than any other... read more

in Unconventional Resources

Learn how shale high-grading can help focus your drilling program and improve the economics of your shale... read more

in Unconventional Resources

Over the past few years, a few operators have been evaluating a completely new hydraulic fracturing diagnostic technique: distributed fiber optic... read more

in Mature Fields

In 1977, Texas Instruments unveiled the TI-55 programmable calculator. Those were the days—simple calculations to simple problems. In 2013, software programs abound doing everything from inflow calculations to desktop black... read more

in Mature Fields

Chemical conformance technology is the application of processes to a wellbore or reservoir to help reduce production of unwanted water and/or gas to efficiently enhance hydrocarbon recovery and/or satisfy a... read more

in Mature Fields

Worldwide, there are approximately 2,000,000 oil wells and 37.5 percent of these use rod pumps as the artificial lift method. Rod pumps face many operational challenges such as, mechanical wear,... read more

in Mature Fields

With the average worldwide recovery factor for oil being 35%, getting the most out of mature wells before abandonment is critical. When a well’s productivity declines (i.e. the flowrate decreases... read more