Table of Contents

Oil & Gas Journal

10/26/2009
Volume 107, Issue 40
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  • Regular Features

    • OGJ Newsletter
    • Journally Speaking

      • A friend of the journal
        Publishing Oil & Gas Journal magazine and web site has always been a challenging and rewarding task for the small group of people whose names you see on the masthead.
    • Advertising Index
    • The Editor's Perspective

      • CBO: Climate bill threatens oil and gas employment
        US oil and gas workers have extra reason to find interesting the Congressional Budget Office's confirmation that cap-and-trade legislation passed by the House of Representatives would diminish employment.
    • Market Journal

      • Crude climbs to higher price range
        On Oct. 14, the front-month crude contract closed above $75/bbl on the New York Mercantile Exchange for the first time since the same date in 2008, ending a long period when intraday prices were "neatly shoe-horned" into a precise $10/bbl range.
  • General Interest

  • Exploration & Development

  • Drilling & Production

  • Processing

    • Field tests prove microscale NRU to upgrade low-btu gas
      Field tests of a scalable, microscale, N2-rejection unit have demonstrated the effectiveness of the portable and cost-effective NRU to upgrade low-pressure (<100 psig) and low-volume (≈ 100 Mcfd) low-btu gas to pipeline quality.
  • Transportation

    • North Sea trials verify subsea grout curing
      Full-scale tests of a subsea grout mixing and injection skid unit in the North Sea in June verified both the overall functionality of the injection system used for installing a Subsea Grouted Tee and the grout's ability to cure at seabed temperature and pressure.

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