Oil & Gas Financial Journal magazine for July 2012 edition has been released. You can read latest news and important financial developments on Oil & Gas industry in this issue. Here are feature articles for this month.
Western US Oil
While the blockbuster plays in states such as TX and ND make the biggest headlines for increases in US crude oil production, there’s no denying that developments in other states together add up to significant gains.
Oil Sands CO2e
While overall greenhouse gas emissions from oil sands operations are still rising, some producers are improving their environmental performance.
Rig costs: Part 1
This purpose of this two part article is to quantify the construction cost of rigs and to develop generalized new build and replacement cost functions based on physical attributes. Part 1 describes the samples stats and functional specs.
Big data challenges
Increased complexity presents big data challenges for the industry.
In 2010, North Dakota pumped 113 million bbl from the wellhead, almost three times the state’s total in 2006, with most coming from the Bakken.
Special report: China
Recently, China’s Ministry of Land and Resource announced that China likely has the largest reserves of shale gas in the world, estimated at 886 tcf.
Geographic Eligibility: North America, Asia, Europe, South & Central America, Caribbean
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