Advances, needs highlighted for deep U.S. gas drilling

Economics of U.S. deep gas exploration and production have improved significantly the past 3 years, one speaker told Gas Research Institute's Second Deep Gas Forum in Denver in mid-October. Purpose of the 2 day meeting was to discuss the latest practices and technologies for improving deep gas exploration and lowering development costs. Depths considered are generally 15,000 ft and deeper, although the principles apply to many reservoirs several thousand feet shallower. Of particular interest were presentations on deep gas resources; the integrated application of exploration technologies; case studies of deep gas exploration in the Anadarko, Permian, and Rocky Mountain b...

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