Duvernay vs. Eagle Ford Is the Duvernay catching up to the prolific south Texas shale play?
This study compares the early stage development of the Duvernay shale play in Alberta with the later stage development of the Eagle Ford shale play in Texas, looking for similarities between the two plays. It looks at the geology of both plays, activity in each play since its inception, and how productivity has improved.
A lot went right for Canada’s oil and gas industry in 2017 but the outlook for 2018 is less certain, according to JWN’s second annual industry outlook survey.
An uptick in commodity prices, combined with two years of supply cost cuts, created some room to get financial houses in order and invest in production growth in 2017. But the dual spectre of market access limitations and a growing regulatory burden is capping any newfound enthusiasm.
With these issues playing out in real time, the respondents to our second annual Oil & Gas Industry Survey present a mixed outlook for 2018.
Canada’s oilfield services industry saw a major turnaround in 2017 as higher oil and gas prices resulted in increased capital investment by producers.
The third annual JWN Oil & Gas Service & Supply Outlook Survey finds the sector still in recovery mode, with most companies remaining shy on spending capital for growth.
Companies also continue to look for diversification opportunities within the industry, into new markets, and into other industries. And they continue to invest in new technologies to make their operations — and their customers’ operations — more efficient.
Recently, JWN Energy hosted Achieving Better Technology Validation & Adoption Success. This event brought together stakeholders to identify the barriers and advance the solutions to improve technology validation and adoption. JWN has compiled a summary report outlining the key findings from the discussion.
IBM Blockchain For Energy - Roundtable Summary Report
The energy industry operates in a complex environment across multiple geographies in highly intricate business models across subsidiaries, joint venture and supplier/subcontractor relationships. These factors make the energy industry ripe to benefit from blockchain advantages such as digitalizing and simplifying transactions, enhancing security and fraud prevention, and cost reduction and accelerated efficiency.
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There is a technological shift in how oil and gas companies collect, track and store data as more shift towards reporting automation and digitization. Spira Data Corp.’s robust, configurable cloud-based ORPTM solution offers a paperless solution that enables collection of field data and transmitted effortlessly and seamlessly to the back office.