An Examination of the Effects of Surface Data Acquisition Methods on Well Performance Evaluations and Completion Optimization
Darryl Tompkins P.Eng.Chief Technology OfficerREVO Testing Technologies
Presentation Material from November 8th, 2022 Virtual Luncheon.
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LASPE PETROLEUMTECHNOLOGY "IN-PERSON" MEETING Tuesday January 10, 2023
Understanding the Regulations & Total Cost to Abandon Oil, Gas and Injection Wells for Land Development Brad Pierce,USC Adjunct Professor
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Past and Future Forum Presentations Archive of Petroleum Luncheon Extras
Happy New Year! The year has started with prices volatile as competing factors push and pull oil and gas in different directions.
Although renewable lending topped hydrocarbon lending for the first time, spending is cautiously increasing to improve existing infrastructure to allow steady increases in output. Regardless, we will have to see how the fight plays out in California against the fossil fuel industry with plans to tax excessive profits.
Technology continues to improve our understanding of reservoirs, including mature reservoirs, and allows us to incorporate more data into modeling. Some examples include the following:
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