In a recent interview with Privcap, cybersecurity expert Tauseef Ghazi, a principal at RSM US LLP, discussed why pipelines and oil field systems are in under threat.
The bucks don’t stop in the Eagle Ford, speakers say, but they certainly grow there.
Devising regulations for the drone phenomenon has proven to be a challenge for both the government and industry.
Improving technology will allow the industry to replace old, patched-together systems of the past as it transitions to a younger, tech-savvy staff.
Tim Dugan, COO of CNX Resources, recently spoke with Hart Energy about technology, regulatory challenges and opportunities in the Marcellus and Utica.
As midstream makes its shift to a processing focused market, vendors are honing in on technology that will resurrect existing traditional plants.
Drones offer speed and accuracy in facility maintenance but there are shortcomings as well.
By emphasizing convenience, midstream water management could differentiate itself from oilfield water services, according to panelists at Midstream Texas.
The pigging sector is racing to keep up with rapidly growing infrastructure and the need to maintain existing oil, natural gas and NGL pipelines.
FloWorks International LLC appointed Scott Jackson as FloWorks’s President, succeeding CEO Frank Riddick, the company said on Oct. 31.
Shell has acquired NewMotion, the largest electric vehicle charging network in Europe, the company said on Oct. 12.
ABB study finds that ROI can benefit by optimizing technology.
The midstream market is an expensive endeavor, but by aligning finance departments, companies can effectively manage cash, cost and risk.
Gas plant engineers offer take on profitability of standardized vs. customized designs.
Interlacing specialized software through operations cuts down on inefficiencies and helps companies prevent profits from slipping through the cracks, technology expert says.
Great Salt Plains Midstream, a JV between MVM Midstream and Chisholm Midstream, will expand oil and gas infrastructure in Oklahoma’s Stack
Industry veteran joins Compressco from Schlumberger unit.
Companies taking steps to automate compression assets and integrate services.
The transaction was approved by the conflicts committee of the board of directors of Archrock Partners’ managing general partner.
The subsea processing industry is at a pivotal point as it transitions from mostly niche, one-off projects to mainstream field developments, where its value is now largely accepted.
The Dallas company sold substantially all of its assets, which included about 95,000 net acres and 380 miles of associated gathering and processing infrastructure in North Louisiana and North Texas, to Aethon United for an undisclosed amount.
Taiwan's CPC has awarded a tender to an unnamed U.S. trading company and it will receive 2 million barrels of U.S. WTI Midland crude, the official said.
Not every pipeline repair is equally urgent. How can pipeline operators tell the difference?
North America’s midstream has enjoyed a significant growth spurt in the past decade with the unconventional shale boom—and that means thousands of miles of new pipe added to the nation’s already outstanding transportation infrastructure. Much of that pipe has been supplied from Stupp Corp., which credits its role as “producing the pipelines that form the backbone of our continent’s energy infrastructure.” Its CEO took time to visit with Midstream Business to reflect on his firm’s distinguished past—and vision for the future.
Southern California gas prices this summer have careened wildly as a result of restrictions on Aliso Canyon storage facility, EIA said.
API, INGAA unhappy with expanded reach of PHMSA’s natural gas pipeline proposed regulations.
Real-time data evaluation critical to integrity management of underground natural gas storage.
The oil major seeks to cut methane leaks by 15% and flared gas by 25% by 2020.
Working with Harvard University and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, EDF’s goal is to launch a satellite within three years in an effort to cut methane emissions from oil and gas facilities by 45% by 2025.
Unilateral action by ExxonMobil on methane emission reduction comes in spite of Trump administration’s moves to relax Obama-era regulations.
The amended time line was a result of discussions between the government and stakeholders and will be incorporated into the proposed regulations expected to be announced at the end of April, CBC News reported.
Environmental backers believe California’s methane regulation could be a model for other states.
Revenue from the cap-and-trade program funds clean energy programs, especially in poorer communities, and helps finance the state's ambitious high speed rail project.
Marcellus and Utica production has resulted in more than $25 billion worth of new gas-fired power plants in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.
Integrating all three sectors of the industry, as well as marketing, will position the company to be a global LNG leader, says John Howie.
Adding biogas to the mix allows the industry to resolve more issues than just supplying fuel.
GE unit will supply turbomachinery equipment to plant’s expansion.
Freeport LNG pushes back launch of its $13 billion terminal to September 2019.
The oil and gas industry is under pressure to respond to the moving target of cyber threats.
Control systems are the primary targets of cyber attacks and the consequences are potentially catastrophic.
What’s going to happen? Midstream executives try to set realistic spending plans for an uncertain year.
New technologies are increasing the industry’s situational awareness of cybersecurity threats, experts tell the crowd at DUG Permian Basin.
Cynthia Jaggi was promoted to senior vice president of engineering and operations services, and Michael LeBlanc was promoted to senior vice president of liquids business unit operations.
New system provides real-time remote data acquisition, monitoring, and control of assets in the field. Wells can be operated at higher efficiencies by analyzing site-specific, day-to-day processes. Offsite adjustments available.