Selecting Right Compressor Reduces Costs, Boosts Profits (English)

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  • Title:
    Selecting Right Compressor Reduces Costs, Boosts Profits
  • Author / Creator:
  • Journal / Series:
  • Volume:
    47
  • Page:
    95-99
  • Publisher:
    NATIONAL PUBLISHERS GROUP INC.
  • Year of publication:
    2004
  • Size:
    5 pages
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  • Type of media:
    Article (Journal)
  • Type of material:
    Print
  • Language:
    English
  • Classification:
    DDC:    665.5

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14
State Legislative: CIPA applauds three bills that affect oil and gas operations
| 2004
16
Texas Intrastate: Texas Alliance claims pipeline abuses
| 2004
16
Offshore Regulation: Federal court rejects FERC jurisdiction over spun-down gathering
| 2004
18
Derrick Floor: Artesia, N.M., honors oil industry
| 2004
18
Gulf of Mexico: EPA publishes new NPDES general discharge permit
| 2004
21
Public Education: OOGEEP adds television advertising to campaign
| 2004
25
California: Outcome of propositions positive for industry
| 2004
26
New York: IOGA NY promotes fee in lieu of bonding to bolster plugging fund
| 2004
27
Public Lands: Carlsbad, N.M., officials put moratorium on drilling
| 2004
30
Federal Legislation: Congress extends suspension of net income limitation
| 2004
32
Federal Legislation: Congress passes marginal well tax credit
| 2004
32
Waste Cleanup: TIPRO challenges OFCF expenditure
| 2004
34
Rig Census: Utilization, rates on the rise in U.S. rig market
| 2004
34
Gas Testimony: Difficult decade ahead, experts tell Congress
| 2004
36
Advances Improve Sample Quality, Formation Testing Accuracy
Shammai, M. / Benavides, S. P. | 2004
36
Horizontal Waterflooding Enhances Recovery in Bartlesville Sandstone
Westermark, R. V. / Robinowitz, S. / Dauben, D. / Weyland, H. V. | 2004
37
Federal Legislation: Senate moves tax bill to conference
| 2004
38
Royalty Valuation: MMS announces plans to amend gas royalty rule
| 2004
40
Federal Legislation: More talk than action on energy plan
| 2004
40
NATURAL GAS WHITE PAPERS
Holditch, S. A. | 2004
40
The stakes are high for the oil and gas industry in the presidential election
| 2004
40
Hydraulic Fracturing: EPA issues final report on fracturing fluids
| 2004
42
Pioneering Technologies, People Key to Industry's Future
Corbett, L. R. | 2004
42
Technology Connecting Right Users with Right Data
Irani, B. | 2004
43
PBIOS: Ray Peterson lead's 2004 show; David Fitzgerald selected as `Honoree'
| 2004
44
CT Stimulates Record Depth Extended-Reach Well
Hornett, M. / Foose, J. / Patrick, K. | 2004
44
OCTG: Steel shortage boosting tubular prices
| 2004
44
PBIOS: International Buyers Program extends show's reach
| 2004
44
Strong Prices Have Independents Clicking on all Cylinders
Beims, T. | 2004
44
TUBULARS TECHNOLOGY - A confluence of conditions, some internal to the upstream industry and some far removed from it, are coming together to put upward pricing pressure on one of the most basic industry necessities: oil country tubular goods
Holder, D. | 2004
46
Independents Finding Plenty of Opportunities Abroad
Pruner, D. / Barrowman, D. | 2004
46
DRILLING FLUIDS TECHNOLOGY Next-generation mud gas sampling and analytical technologies, including advanced mass spectrometers and infrared lasers tuned to identify telltale hydrocarbon signatures, are giving rise to new mud logging methods that make it possible to quickly and accurately extract a wealth of well bore and reservoir information directly from the mud stream returned to the surface during drilling
Beims, T. | 2004
48
Market Trends Bring Challenges, Opportunities for Storage
Daniel, R. C. | 2004
48
Strategy, Technology Key to Unocal's West Seno Success
Chudanov, D. A. / Terry, A. / Partono, Y. / Inaray, J. | 2004
48
Technology, Engineering Evolving to Meet Deep Gas Challenge
Shirley, K. | 2004
48
Graphical Analysis Technology Finds, Eliminates Bad Data
Shelley, R. / Tiffin, J. / Butler, D. | 2004
48
Ultradeep, HP/HT Wells Push Technical Limits
Shaughnessy, J. M. / Romo, L. A. / Soza, R. L. | 2004
50
`Drill, Drill, Drill!' is the Rallying Cry at Cimarex
Shirley, K. | 2004
52
Process Streamlines UBD Candidate Selection
Johnson, D. P. | 2004
56
Ivanhoe Putting Strategy to Work Around the World
Shirley, K. | 2004
56
GULF OF MEXICO The deep Shelf gas play has grabbed the exploration spotlight thanks to a number of factors, but the most important driver by far-and the real cause of excitement-is the growing list of impressive deep discoveries made in and around existing fields in waters often no deeper than the average backyard swimming pool
Shirley, K. | 2004
56
Composite Drill Pipe Tolerates Short-Radius Extremes
Covatch, G. L. / Heard, J. | 2004
56
Managed Pressure Drilling Reduces Costs in Deep Water
Judge, B. / Hariharan, P. R. | 2004
57
Peru Unveils Measures to Encourage Investment
Egusquiza, R. / Sebastian, J. L. / Martinez, E. / Miro-Quesada, O. | 2004
57
Market Analysts Optimistic About Natural Gas
Holder, D. | 2004
60
Technologies Lighting Way to Increased Horizontal Activity
Pilko, B. | 2004
60
Subsea is Independents' Tool of Choice in Deep Water
Shirley, K. | 2004
62
Shell Write-Down Shines Light On Reserves Reporting Problems
Chew, K. | 2004
62
Unconventional Gas Vital in Global Supply Outlook
Tinker, S. W. | 2004
62
Advances Broaden Expandable Tubular Applications
Bullock, M. D. | 2004
63
ECD Issues Critical for Deepwater Extended-Reach Wells
Rocha, L. S. / de Andrade, R. M. / Soffried, K. | 2004
64
Microseismic Fracture Mapping `Turns On' Barnett Shale
Heinze, J. / Harris, C. / Fisher, K. | 2004
66
Technology Helping Industry Overcome Business Challenges
Baker, K. H. | 2004
66
A sea change has been quietly washing over the deepest waters of the Gulf of Mexico, bringing a renewed energy to drilling, exploration and production operations in water depths from 1,000 to 10,000 feet
Shirley, K. | 2004
67
Technology Transforms Economics of Marginal Field
Shirley, K. | 2004
68
Technology Enables Through-Bit Logging Capabilities
Runia, J. / Boyes, J. / Elkington, P. | 2004
68
Rotary Steerable Tools Bring New Capabilities to Drilling
Schaible, B. | 2004
68
NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY STRATEGIES
Beims, T. | 2004
69
Proven Seismic Technologies Improve E&P Companies' Bottom Lines
Ouenes, A. / Araktingi, U. / Robinson, G. / Zellou, A. | 2004
71
LWD, MWD Tools Overcoming HP/HT Demands
Radzinski, P. / Darlington, B. | 2004
73
Companies Filling Marketing Void with Mix of Services
Campbell, C. F. | 2004
74
Technique Analyzes Multizone Frac Treatment Efficiency
Shook, R. A. / Barba, R. E. | 2004
75
Computing Advances Giving Operators New Capabilities
Shirley, K. | 2004
75
Advanced Technologies Optimize Offshore Drilling
Adkins, D. W. | 2004
75
Wavelet-Based Spectral Imaging Shows Stratigraphic Detail in Seismic Data
Smythe, J. | 2004
77
Geomechanics Key to Deep Shelf Success
Moos, D. / Adams, H. / Ward, C. / Brehm, A. | 2004
77
Expandables Open New Options in Extended-Reach Wells
Mason, D. / Demong, K. / Rivenbark, M. | 2004
77
Subsea Equipment, Applications Continue to Evolve
Shirley, K. | 2004
77
Risk Management Tools Mitigate Price Volatility
Graeber, K. C. | 2004
78
NMR Advances Improve Fluid Characterization
Smithson, T. | 2004
79
Technologies Vital to Success in Deep CBM Play
Sayers, A. C. / Boyer, C. M. / Frenzel, T. J. / Rodgers, R. A. | 2004
80
Horizontal Drilling Adds Value in Coalbed Gas
Wight, D. | 2004
80
Strategies Allow Producers to Add Value Through Marketing
Markey, M. A. / Coulter, T. | 2004
81
FVP Key to Wattenberg Field Refrac Program
Miller, J. / Ponto, D. / Reasoner, S. | 2004
81
Multiphase Pumps Provide New Option in Marginal Fields
Olson, S. | 2004
81
Vertical Seismic Profiling Clarifies Reservoir Picture
Peake, N. | 2004
82
Dry Tree Production Systems Provide Deepwater Options
Beims, T. | 2004
82
Remote Measurement, Automation Deliver Bottom-Line Benefits
Berry, B. | 2004
84
Technologies Cut Lease Evaluation Cycle Times
Hicks, J. / Purday, N. / Herrmann, R. | 2004
84
Technologies Optimize Producing Assets
Berry, B. | 2004
84
Crosswell Seismic Optimizes Reservoir Development
Marion, B. | 2004
85
Technology Helps Operators Optimize Production
Mata, T. / Jacques, G. | 2004
86
Technology Infusing Compressors with New Capabilities
Wright, K. B. | 2004
86
Innovations Key to Deep Shelf, Deepwater Exploration Success
Nessim, M. / Smith, M. / Johns, T. / Albertin, U. / Carney, F. | 2004
86
Improving Operational Processes Optimizes Stimulation
Wilson, S. | 2004
87
EFM, Automation Optimize Production Operations
Poon, K. / Diese, M. A. | 2004
87
Plays Keep Gulf a Premier Exploration Basin
Flanagan, J. | 2004
88
Prices Remain High, but Market May Soften in 2005
Stein, D. | 2004
89
Program Enhances Offshore Platform Operations
Samria, B. | 2004
89
Future of Geophysics Tied to Rock Properties
Young, R. A. / LoPiccolo, R. D. | 2004
90
Deepwater Discoveries Drive Frac Pack Capabilities
Grigsby, T. / Sevadjian, E. / Vitthal, S. | 2004
91
Integrated Employee Administration Lets Companies Focus on Core Business
Wiljanen, K. | 2004
91
Casing Lift Technology Enhances Marginal Gas Wells
Gregg, D. | 2004
92
`Quick Look' Archived Data Analysis Leads to New Reserves
Mott, K. R. | 2004
92
New Era of Exploration Underway in Gulf
Abdallah, J. K. | 2004
93
Factors Limit LNG's Impact on Domestic Market, Prices
Kelly, E. M. | 2004
94
Program Provides Bonding Solutions for Small Operators
Strange, T. | 2004
94
Operators Looking to Expand Trenton-Black River Play
Holder, D. | 2004
95
Selecting Right Compressor Reduces Costs, Boosts Profits
Miller, S. | 2004
95
Flow Conditioning Key to Accurate Measurement
Bowles, E. B. / George, D. L. | 2004
95
Automated Compressors Boost Performance of Low-Flow Wells
Beims, T. | 2004
95
Results Management Captures Data Quality, Context Information
Powell, W. D. | 2004
96
Diagnostic Tools Optimize Well Performance
Fisher, K. | 2004
97
Cooperative Program Improving Safety in South Texas
Lee, M. | 2004
98
Oxygen Analysis Essential for Gathering, Pipeline Systems
Kirchnavy, S. / Aldridge, R. | 2004
98
Underbalanced Casing Drilling Enhances Well Economics
Gordon, D. / Billa, R. | 2004
98
Acquisition Technologies Cost Effective in Deep Water
Long, A. | 2004
99
Study Applies Geochemical Tools in Deep Black River Play
Seneshen, D. / Viellenave, J. / Fontana, J. | 2004
99
Program Spotlights Advanced Technology
Lee, M. | 2004
99
Technology Introducing New Possibilities for UBD
Stone, R. | 2004
100
Advances Optimize Field Compression Operations
Lee, M. | 2004
102
Approach Assures Integrity of Sucker Rods, Connections
Newman, F. M. | 2004
102
ORA Optimizes Deep Shelf Well Design
Lewis, D. | 2004
102
Investments in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Pay Benefits
Coulter, T. | 2004
102
Texas: Texas Alliance study alleges pipeline monopoly abuses
| 2004
103
4-D Poised to Move into Mainstream
Lumley, D. E. | 2004
104
Breakfasts, Luncheons Feature Variety of Topics
| 2004
104
CO~2 Pilot Concludes Two-Decade Journey
Willhite, G. P. | 2004
104
NMOGA: Annual meeting to provide production insights
| 2004
104
Public Lands: COGA sets straight environmentalists' distorted view
| 2004
105
Completion Design Enhances Success in Deep Wilcox Trend
Ingle, R. / Smith, R. C. / Moe, G. R. / Johnson, C. K. | 2004
105
Texas Energy Council: Alliance advocates strong energy policy
| 2004
106
Deep Drilling Requires Step Changes
Millheim, K. K. | 2004
106
Reservoir Modeling, Frac Design Key in Tight Gas Sands
Sealey, W. D. | 2004
106
Pipeline Regulation: Attorney makes case for stronger gathering regulations
| 2004
106
NMOGA: New Mexico lives up to high expectations
| 2004
107
Public Misperceptions Shape Debate on Energy and Environment
Shaw, J. S. | 2004
108
Multiphase Pumping Enhances Production, Profits
Powell, W. D. | 2004
110
Subsea Critical for Marginal Field Developments
Nance, K. / Mansfield, S. E. | 2004
110
Innovations Lead to Advances in EOR Methods
Felber, B. J. | 2004
111
Exploration & Production: High prices mask difficult issues
| 2004
111
Geologic Knowledge Key to Reservoir Characterization
Slatt, R. M. / Mark, S. | 2004
111
Technique Removes Damage in Screened Horizontals
MacMillan, P. / Ali, S. A. / McCulloch, D. / Mann, J. | 2004
111
New Technology Enhances Artificial Lift Operations
Schaible, B. | 2004
111
Simulation Software Responding to Unconventional Gas
Schulz, Y. | 2004
114
OIPA: OIPA looks for answers to legal questions
| 2004
115
Resources Expedite Wetlands Permitting
Northrup, M. K. / Lyon, F. L. | 2004
115
Ultradeep HP/HT Drilling Pushes Technical Limits
Shaughnessy, J. M. / Romo, L. A. / Soza, R. L. | 2004
117
Computing Technology Speeds Complex Processing
Krull, R. | 2004
117
Permanent Fiber Optic Gauges Pay Off Down Hole
De Costa, W. J. | 2004
117
Oklahoma: Producers grapple with DEQ air quality standards
| 2004
118
Case Leaves Offshore Gathering Regs Uncertain
Platt, R. C. | 2004
118
IPANM Goes On Offensive Against Environmental Lobby
Mathis, M. | 2004
120
Northern Alliance: Education is part of energy solution
| 2004
121
Advances Integrate Drilling Work Flows
Harbinson, S. | 2004
122
Wireless Technologies Bring New Automation Capabilities
Nasr, H. | 2004
122
COGA: Colorado focused on specie listings, local regulations
| 2004
122
Managing Unclaimed Property Requires Proactive Approach
Spiegelberg, F. / Schaunaman, S. / Andreoli, A. | 2004
124
States Move to Capture Unclaimed Mineral Proceeds
Spiegelberg, F. D. / Schaunaman, G. S. / Andreoli, A. L. | 2004
126
GCPE: Good market adds excitement to prospect expo
| 2004
126
Operators Turning to Frontier Concepts to Find Next Big Play
Shirley, K. | 2004
127
PBPA: Role of conservation broadens in Texas
| 2004
127
Wildcatter: IPAMS names Petrie 2004 Wildcatter
| 2004
127
Mud Logging Focus Returns to Formation Evaluation
Ellis, L. | 2004
128
Energy Literacy: Energy education needs new commitment
| 2004
131
Technologies Designed to Support Operating Trends
Lee, M. | 2004
132
New Drill Bit Technology Helps Operators Reach Objectives
Lee, M. | 2004
132
IOGA NY: Deep gas play lights New York fires
| 2004
132
PBIOS Draws Global Visitors, Opens New Sales Avenues
Lee, M. | 2004
136
New Exhibitors Bring Away Contacts and Sales
Graber, A. R. | 2004
138
STRONGER: Virginia oil and gas program gains approval
| 2004
139
Permian Basin Independents Making Most of Opportunities
Torkelson, D. | 2004
139
MIPRO: Mississippi industry stays close
| 2004
140
POGAM: Setback rule tops association agenda
| 2004
140
Training, Personnel Programs in Demand
Powell, W. D. | 2004
142
COGA: Gas strategy conference attracts operators, geologists
| 2004
143
EKOGA: Southeast Kansas enjoys CBNG boom
| 2004
144
Gas Marketing: Price transparency is increasing
| 2004
144
ANWR: Coastal Plain capable of producing 1 MMbbl/d
| 2004
145
Produced Water: PTTC manual helps operators cut brine production
| 2004
146
IOGA Pa: Public perception inhibits development
| 2004
147
TIPRO: Search for gas moves worldwide
| 2004
149
Stratigraphic Traps: Fallow reservoirs await exploitation
| 2004
149
IPANM: Lawsuits, red tape slow public lands access
| 2004
150
Federal Regulations: Pipeline safety, stormwater permitting take different tracks
| 2004
150
TOGA: Tennessee activity on the upswing
| 2004
153
OOGA: OOGA constructs platform for successful industry
| 2004
155
NPDES: Lawsuit emerging as best hope to ward off permitting
| 2004
156
IOGA WV: Association meets gas gathering challenge
| 2004
159
IOGA: IOGA faces busy year at legislature
| 2004
164
PBPA: Association responds to gasoline price complaints
| 2004
181
Sage Grouse: Western coalition assembles to meet development threat
| 2004
186
Stormwater Regulation: Texas panel compiles best practices
| 2004

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