-- Kvitebjorn gas, condensate production resumed StatoilHydro has restarted gas and condensate production from Kvitebjorn field in the Norwegian North Sea after repairs were identified for the pipeline from the field to the Kollsnes processing plant.
-- Suncor plans $20.6 billion oil sands expansion Suncor Energy is planning to invest $20.6 billion (Can.) to expand the oil production capacity at its oil sands operation north of Fort McMurray, Alta., by 200,000 b/d, to 550,000 b/d in 2012.
-- Total, PDVSA sign heavy oil agreements Total SA signed two joint study agreements with Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA) to appraise extraheavy oil reserves and assess a production project for Block Junin10 in Venezuela's Orinoco Belt.
-- Mexico oil production decline to increase in 2010 Mexico will face difficulties in producing crude oil over the coming 2 years, according to a media report, which claims that Cantarell and Ku-Maloob-Zaap (KMZ) fields will decline simultaneously in 2010.
-- US rig count down by 8 US drilling activity declined by 8 rotary rigs to 1,755 working this week, up from 1,731 in the same period a year ago, said Baker Hughes Inc.
-- EnCana lets EPC contract for Deep Panuke field EnCana Corp. has let a $195 million engineering, procurement, construction, and installation contract to Acergy SA for offshore installation work on Canada's Deep Panuke field.
-- StatoilHydro leases deepwater drillship StatoilHydro AS will use the GSF Explorer ultradeepwater drillship to drill three exploration wells on Indonesia's Karama Block off West Sulawesi in late 2009.
-- US rig count rebounds by 18 US drilling activity rebounded, increasing 18 units with 1,773 rotary rigs working this week vs.1,746 during the same period in 2007, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.
West Engineering Services and IBM will discuss how the oil & gas companies are driving toward both greater productivity and reduced risk through new integrated operation approaches. These companies are deploying new processes and better leveraging technology to achieve these dual goals.
This webinar is the second of a two part series which will discuss how Petris provides integrated solutions using a common data model that ensures efficient workflows across field operations - capital planning, drilling and production data management and facilities.
Originally recorded live from SPE/IADC in Amsterdam, this webcast and press event is now available for on demand viewing.
Halliburton announces the results of a twelve-month, multi-pilot project to document and begin the global roll-out of this integrated workflow approach. Case studies are presented to show how the workflow was applied to integrate traditionally-siloed people, processes and technology to drive improved performance for multiple operators. Following the opening presentation will be executive presentations and discussion on what operators and service companies must do to drive this change, and how technology innovation is pushing continued improvements in performance.
A question and answer session with both the live and webcast participants follows the presentations.
This event is now available for on demand viewing.