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Halliburton's EarthStar doubles depth of investigation of current LWD tech

Halliburton's EarthStar doubles depth of investigation of current LWD tech

Halliburton has released the EarthStar ultra-deep resistivity service, a logging-while-drilling technology that helps operators map reservoir and fluid boundaries over 200 feet (61 meters) from the wellbore, more than doubling the depth of investigation of current industry offerings. The service delivers a comprehensive reservoir view so operators can eliminate costly pilot holes and sidetracks, make informed geosteering decisions in real-time and better plan future field development.

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Drilling companies reach agreement to combine under AKITA name

Drilling companies reach agreement to combine under AKITA name

AKITA Drilling Ltd. and Xtreme Drilling Corp. are pleased to announce their entry into a definitive arrangement agreement to combine the two companies to create a leading intermediate North American land drilling contractor.  The combined company, which will operate under the AKITA name, will have a fleet of 44 high-spec drilling rigs with operations in major resource basins in the US and Canada.

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Keyera to go ahead with Wapiti plant phase two

Keyera to go ahead with Wapiti plant phase two

Keyera Corp. announced it is proceeding with phase two of its Wapiti Gas Plant, adding 150 million cubic feet per day of sour gas processing to the Plant, which is currently under construction south of Grande Prairie, Alberta. Based on current plans, construction of this second phase is expected to be completed in mid-2020 at an estimated cost of approximately $150 million.

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All-terrain Link-Belt ATC3275 puts in the hours on oil and gas jobs

Cheyenne, WY-based BAR-S Services (BAR-S) took ownership of a new 275-ton (250-mt) ATC-3275 all-terrain crane from Link-Belt distributor Strong's Crane Service. In their nearly third decade of operation (founded in 1990), BAR-S specializes in erecting and dismantling oil rigs, supporting the oil and gas industry in northeastern Colorado and Wyoming. When not supporting the oil and gas industry, the company operates their new ATC-3275 as a taxi crane covering a 300 mile working radius. 

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ProSolv line from Suez reformulated for greater sour gas scavenging

ProSolv line from Suez reformulated for greater sour gas scavenging

Sour gas in oil and gas production streams can increase production costs, impact employees' safety, endanger asset integrity and adversely impact the surrounding environment. To help oil and gas producers scavenge sour gas effectively, SUEZ has formulated a new version of  its ProSolv HS line to  effectively scavenge H2S without phase separation upsets that affect water quality or salt in condensate. 

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Mini flow loop system for testing fracturing fluids

Chandler Engineering has expanded its Model 6500 Friction Flow Loop line with the addition of the Model 6500-M Mini Loop, a patent-pending benchtop unit designed to measure the friction pressure created by different slick water fracturing fluids. The unit determines the effects of friction reducers on fracturing fluids over a wide range of pressures, flow rate conditions and pipe diameters.

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Delphi Energy wraps up successful winter capital program

Delphi Energy Corp. has completed its 2018 winter capital program including the Company's Bigstone Montney amine processing facility, the drilling of four (2.6 net) new Montney wells, and the completion of seven (4.6 net) new wells. The extended winter conditions have allowed the Company to get all seven wells pipeline connected to its facilities, with plans to have all the wells on production in the second quarter.

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Landmark launches DecisionSpace software to improve production potential

Landmark launches DecisionSpace software to improve production potential

Landmark, a Halliburton business line, launched DecisionSpace Production Engineering and DecisionSpace Production Insights software to help operators better utilize data to reduce costs and unlock production potential. These offerings strengthen the DecisionSpace Production portfolio by adding analytical dashboards and production engineering capabilities. Both are integrated with economics and reservoir information to help solve production challenges quickly and cost-effectively.

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Dow describes how biocides benefit fracturing operations

Without an effective microbial control program in place, an entire oil and gas operation can be at risk. Utilizing a tailored approach to microbe management can help prevent corrosion and hydrocarbon souring, while maximizing the value of your well. A new video from Dow Microbial Control explains how biocides help protect valuable assets from the harmful effects of bugs often found in the water-saturated environment of hydraulic fracturing.

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Encana, Keyera reach deal over Pipestone Liquids Hub and processing facility

Encana, Keyera reach deal over Pipestone Liquids Hub and processing facility

Encana Corporation has reached an agreement with Keyera Partnership, a subsidiary of Keyera Corp., under which Keyera will acquire and fund the remaining development of Encana's Pipestone Liquids Hub and Encana's planned Pipestone Processing Facility. This agreement provides Encana with an additional 33,000 barrels per day (bbls/d) of net raw condensate processing capacity and 170 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of net inlet natural gas processing capacity. Keyera will provide Encana with processing services under a competitive fee-for-service arrangement.

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