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Improving People’s Lives Hope is not a strategy….but without hope there is no strategy(1). A great benefit of being SPE President is the chance to interact with students and young professionals around the world. Many are anxious about the future, but not panicked. I have been asked if this is the worst time ever in […]

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There are many definitions of sustainability, but the 1987 United Nations Brundtland Commission’s remains a standard. “Meeting the needs of today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” (WCED 1987) Some think oil and gas have little role in a sustainable future; global realities suggest otherwise. How is it that […]

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Originally published as http://spe.org/jpt/article/10176-presidents-column-36/ As 2016 SPE President I often speak of Baker Hughes’ purpose. In this post I would like to talk about the mission of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)? Why do we collect, disseminate, and exchange technical knowledge? There are plenty of reasons why such activities are valuable. Our mission statement […]

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Why Strategic Well Rejuvenation is the Key to Sustained Profitability in Today’s Oil and Gas Market This blog post was originally a white paper by H.C. Freitag and his team at Baker Hughes. STEP 1. SCREEN AND SELECT CANDIDATE WELLS Selecting rejuvenation candidates with the best risk/reward ratio from an operator’s hundreds—or even thousands—of wells […]

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Why Strategic Well Rejuvenation is the Key to Sustained Profitability in Today’s Oil and Gas Market This blog entry was originally published as a white paper by Baker Hughes and was authored by H. C. Freitag and his team. ABSTRACT In the North American shale plays, the most popular approach to developing assets is built […]

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Baker Hughes is publishing a book titled “Unconventional Resources: Exploitation and Development” covering a wide variety of topics central to optimizing recovery and profitability of these reservoirs. This blog entry includes extracts from the book which will be available in the next few months at http://www.shopbakerhughes.com/ As reservoir engineers, we can analyze most conventional oil and […]

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“You don’t get your social license by going to a government ministry and making an application or simply paying a fee… It requires far more than money to truly become part of the communities in which you operate.” – Pierre Lassonde, President of Newmont Mining Corporation. Introduction The shale revolution in North America has completely […]

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This series of blog entries is extracted from a presentation developed for The Center for American and International Law’s 65th Annual Oil and Gas Law Conference held in Houston, TX February 19-20, 2014.  The paper was presented by Kevin Ewing of & Giuliani LLP and by D. Nathan Meehan of Baker Hughes Incorporated. In parts […]

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 This series of blog entries is extracted from a presentation developed for The Center for American and International Law’s 65th Annual Oil and Gas Law Conference held in Houston, TX February 19-20, 2014.  The paper was presented by Kevin Ewing of & Giuliani LLP and by D. Nathan Meehan of Baker Hughes Incorporated. In parts […]

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This series of blog entries is extracted from a presentation developed for The Center for American and International Law’s 65th Annual Oil and Gas Law Conference held in Houston, TX February 19-20, 2014.  The paper was presented by Kevin Ewing of & Giuliani LLP and by D. Nathan Meehan of Baker Hughes Incorporated. In parts […]

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