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March 2019

The March issue of Oilfield Technology begins by reviewing the state of the MENA upstream oil and gas industry. The issue then moves on to cover Multi-client Seismic, Completions, Water Treatment/Management, Artificial Lift, Coiled Tubing, Well Control, and more.


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World news

Weighing the odds
Oilfield Technology Correspondent, Gordon Cope, reviews the state of the upstream industry in the Middle East and Northern Africa.

Leveraging legacy data
Jo Firth and Priyabrata Pradhan, CGG, UK, explore the value in reprocessing legacy seismic data sets.

A critical component
Tom Hewitt, Jordan Lewis, and Stephen Forrester, NOV, examine the use of custom solutions to the challenges of North American coiled tubing.

Enhancing tubing technology
Irma Galvan, Global Tubing, USA, explores how the rise of ‘super lateral’ wells is driving the optimisation of coiled tubing interventions.

Collaborative completions
Dale Logan, C&J Energy Services and Panos Adamopoulos, Seismos, USA, examine a combination of new technologies designed to optimise horizontal completions.

Developing a digital future
Manoj Nimbalkar, Weatherford International, USA, discusses recent advances in digital and cloud-based technology designed to drive oilfield productivity.

Thinking outside the box
Andrew Poerschke, Teddy Mohle and Paul Ryza, Apergy, discuss a new approach to implementing artificial gas lift designed to improve production in declining wells.

Keeping things crystal clear
Simon Larson, Siemens, Sheng Kun Sun, CNPC, and Xiao Ming Sun, Liaohe Petro Engineering Company, review water treatment measures designed to comply with China’s tough new treatment standards.

Well Control Q&A
Oilfield Technology invited experts from Cudd Well Control, Halliburton, RESMAN and Wild Well Control to share their knowledge on a variety of well control topics.

An integrated approach
Michael MacMillan, C-Innovation, USA, discusses the benefits that a single-source ROV and vessel support services solution can deliver for subsea construction projects.


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