Your week by week guide of North American rigs.
This technology is efficient and provides a steady, non-pulsating flow.
Specifying suitable materials and seal designs capable of withstanding harsh and caustic environments poses significant challenges.
A nearby nitrogen plant made injection more economical.
The shale boom that revolutionized the oil and gas market in the U.S. and Canada is beginning to have a global reach.
These seal-free, lube-free bearings strengthen pump equipment and reduce downtime.
Heating equipment has not evolved as quickly as other oilfield equipment in terms of efficiency, size, durability, emissions containment and safety.
North Dakota recently passed legislation with strict oil treatment requirements. The government in Saskatchewan has said they will be inspecting wells and sites this year to ensure proper treatment.
Quarterly reports are common, but this data can be outdated when it reaches decision makers. Companies need easy-to-read, actionable, updated information.
Hydraulic fracturing is by far the most common technique used to break up the rock, and several strategies to create a hydraulic fracture network along the lateral have been developed throughout the years.
Ultimately, the objective of centrifuging weighted drilling fluids is the removal of colloidal and near-colloidal particles, not the removal of low-gravity solids.
The ultimate goal of a solids-control centrifuge is to reduce the plastic viscosity of the drilling fluid.
Worldwide, the produced water to oil ratio is 3-to-1. In the U.S., the ratio is 8-to-1.