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While seeking oil and gas development opportunities in the Rocky Mountains region, this Denver-based company has increased workflow efficiency by using a new platform that displays research based on users' preferences, delivers hours of time-savings each week and enables greater focus on high-level analysis.Learn more about our client’s successes
One of the world’s largest oilfield services providers reduced uncertainty about parts obsolescence and replacement availability by providing its employees with real-time access to data for 25,000+ parts and eliminating delays to part change notices. The company also ensured compliance with latest REACH, RoHS and Export regulations.Learn more about our client’s successes
With operations in Texas and California, this independent oil and gas company implemented a single, integrated system that enabled access to 30+ standard reports with the latest well and production info via the Web, avoiding manual processes and increasing data currency. Easily created/maintained “hands-free” data feeds saved months of development time.
Based in Montana, this trio of oil and gas exploration and consulting companies gained access to comprehensive, up-to-date drilling data and was therefore able to reduce the time required to research drilling programs by up to 2 weeks-- which saves clients money on the front end -- as well as improving operational efficiency and minimizing risks
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The US onshore cementing services market, which was estimated to be valued at $3.5bn in 2014, has fallen by 81% by mid-2016. However, the market is expected to recover by 129% since its lowest (16Q2), to $1.6bn by the end of 2017. Due to a strong rebound in D&C activity, we expect continued growth in the
The Geological and Mining Law of Poland, effective since 1 January 2015, abolished previously-existing acreage granting schemes, notably the “open door” policy, and stipulates that a contract for exploration and production of hydrocarbons can only be awarded through a tender procedure. In accordance with t
Caveat emptor, the venerable Latin term denoting ‘buyer beware,’ apparently originates from ancient Roman real estate reports. It could be almost as applicable today for investment in the coal industry. Caveats look singularly apt, for instance, in the Mongolian metallurgical (met) sector, where an early stage recovery is in danger of being over-hyped
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