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September 2023

As the weather cools and Summer fades into Autumn, why not warm up with a brand-new issue of Oilfield Technology? The Autumn issue kicks off with an overview of the upstream oil and gas sector in the MENA region from Frost & Sullivan, followed by a discussion from Baker Hughes on the past and present of dynamic reservoir simulation. The new issue contains a breadth of fantastic articles from expert contributors such as Halliburton Landmark, NOV, and Wild Well Control, and delves into topics like downhole tools, well control, and water technology, to name a few. Many thanks go out to our fantastic front cover sponsor, Abaco Drilling Technologies.

As always, the team at Oilfield Technology hopes you enjoy this new instalment!

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World News

Mapping Out The Future Of MENA
Rudranil Roysharma, Frost & Sullivan, India, provides an overview of the upstream oil and gas sector in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia regions.

The Rewards Of Reservoir Simulation
Yamal Askoul, Baker Hughes, UK, explores the past and present of dynamic reservoir simulation, and details the benefits it is offering the oil and gas and energy transition sectors.

A Step Change In Stimulation
Thomas Jørgensen and Wissam Chehabi, Fishbones, Norway, discuss how operators are utilising the latest stimulation technology to enhance sustainability and efficiency.

Embracing Uncertainty
Atila Mellilo and Philip Neri, Halliburton Landmark, Denmark, explain how ensemble-based reservoir modelling is being used to maximise reservoir recovery.

Easing Hostile Relations
Gaurav Rohella, GlobalLogic, UK, explains how innovative technologies can help the upstream sector overcome challenges associated with hostile and hard-to-reach environments.

For Good Measure
Ming Yang, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory, UK, discusses the different methods used to measure oil-in-water, and the rise in online analysis techniques.

The Path Forward
Megan Pearl, Locus Bio Energy, USA, examines the role of biosurfactants and advanced testing in shale completions and explains why a multifaceted approach is vital in maximising oil recovery.

The Importance Of Advanced Engineering
Uday Godse, Wild Well Control, USA, discusses how advanced engineering can be used to optimise design and operations that augment well control engineering.

No Pressure
Danny Perez, Roman Che, Khoi Trinh, Chigozie Emuchay and Souhail Bouaziz, NOV, USA, discuss how new developments in friction reduction technology can widen horizons for operators.

Taking The Sting Out Of Splicing
Joachim Åkesson, Ace Well Technology, Norway, explains how the upstream industry can optimise splicing and reduce rig time.

Maintaining The Flame
Chris Addison, Advanced Energy, USA, and Michael Li, Wonder Engineering, Singapore, explain the key to ensuring a successful flare monitoring system.

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