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The factory drilling that marks unconventional oil and gas development requires a totally different business model and skill set than traditional plays, Total’s CEO said.
The booming Eagle Ford doesn’t stop at the Texas border, but for most producers, it essentially does — at least until now. That will soon change.
Operators working in unconventional plays could benefit financially from standardizing their approach to their projects, management consultants said at a Wednesday lunch in Houston.
After years of slimming down, ConocoPhillips is on an aggressive growth track under new Chief Executive Officer Ryan Lance. Watch his interview with FuelFix, as he lays out his blueprint for leading the nation’s largest oil producer to new heights.
Demand for oil and natural gas infrastructure will rise by more than 6 percent each year through 2016, as drilling proliferates across new U.S. regions, according to researchers at The Freedonia Group.
Former Chevron vice chairman Peter Robertson said, under ideal conditions, U.S. and Canada can meet their own petroleum needs by 2035.
Foreign energy leaders touted their countries’ potential for unconventional oil and gas production at the CERA Week energy convention in downtown Houston Tuesday, hoping to follow the United States’ boom in developing shale gas and tight oil resources.