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The insurance of monitoring is far cheaper than the cost of being shut-in…

If you are completing a hydraulic fracture well in a region where there is potential to induce seismicity, ISTI and Geobit can keep you from getting shut-down by using seismic monitoring to alert you as events start to appear and if they start to get larger. With increased regulations to stren ...

Dimitris Mourtzouchos - Geobit Instruments Ltd


Posted 3 months agoPress > Frackinggeobitisiti +3

'Last Mile Logistics' Could Be A Choke Point Early Next Year

Global oil market events in late-2016 all but guarantee that the Lower 48 oilfield recovery will gather steam in early-2017. As the upstream supply chain tightens early in the new year, weaker links in the onshore supply chain will be exposed. We recently identified four potential choke points tha ...

Joseph Triepke - Infill Thinking


Posted 5 months agoOpinion > completionsShaleFracking +2

Fracking: ‘Gang plank to climate chaos’ or ‘necessary part of decarbonisation’?

BY RUTH HAYHURST A supporter and opponent of onshore fracking went head to head at Westminster yesterday in a debate on shale gas. Professor Peter Strachan (pictured left), of Robert Gordon University, and Stephen Tindale, co-founder of Climate Answers, were giving evidence to the All Party Pa ...

Katie Woodward - OilVoice


Posted 5 months agoOpinion > FrackingDebatePeter Strachan +4

On OPEC Day, US Operators Focused On Making Better Wells Instead

While the rest of the world focused on OPEC on November 30, US operators were focused on making their tight oil wells more effective with cutting edge innovation. I spent OPEC day in Houston with 35 senior US completions executives at the Darcy Completions Forum , squarely focused on emerging tech ...

Joseph Triepke - Infill Thinking


Posted 5 months agoOpinion > completionsFrackingTechnology +2