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On March 29, 2018, our 70528 drilling team officially started drilling the Mobei 903 well in Xinjiang Oilfield. During spring, in order to help the production of Xinjiang oil fields, our company organized the best equipments and resources to participate in the “Chunlei Action” of Xinjiang oilfield exploration and development. Before the commissioning of the rig, the installation time was very short. Plus, before the Spring Festival, it was the coldest season in Xinjiang Oilfield. The minimum temperature was approaching minus 30 degrees once. However, our employees were not hindered by the weather. They were instructed by the Xinjiang Oilfield and cooperated with the rig manufacturer Baoji Machinery Factory. Under the "Winter Operation Procedure", the drilling rig is commissioned ...
发布时间: 2018 - 04 - 10
NEWSSEARCH ARTICLESSUBSCRIBEUS House Repeals Methane Venting and Flaring Rule on Oil, Gas Industryby Deon Daugherty|Rigzone Staff|Friday, February 03, 2017TweetinShare6 Measure sought by oil and gas producers revokes Obama Administration provision that industry leaders say restricts drilling and costs jobs.True to its word, the U.S. House has repealed a contentious rule leftover from the Obama Administration imposing regulations on methane emissions from oil and gas operations.The chamber started the Congressional Review Act (CRA), which allows Congress to revoke certain legislative...
发布时间: 2017 - 02 - 04
Ideal Employer Survey: Africa Values Safety the Mostby Andreas Exarheas|Rigzone Staff|Monday, January 16, 2017TweetinShare126 Out of all the continents featured in Rigzone's Ideal Employer Survey, respondents from Africa valued safety the most.Africa values an oil and gas company’s commitment to health and safety (H&S) more than any other continent, according to Rigzone’s Ideal Employer Survey.The survey, which included a total of 8,466 participants, showed that respondents from Africa scored an energy firm’s commitment to H&S at 93 percent. In comparison, respondents from S...
发布时间: 2017 - 01 - 17
Will OPEC Deliver Its Output Cut Deal? Here's How We'll Knowby Bloomberg|Mark Shenk & Grant Smith|Friday, January 06, 2017TweetinShare43 The promise of production cuts from OPEC and its partners sent oil rallying in 2016. Now traders want proof they're delivering on those vows. It won't come easy.(Bloomberg) -- The promise of production cuts from OPEC and its partners sent oil rallying in 2016. Now traders want proof they’re delivering on those vows. It won’t come easy.The challenge: Building a coherent picture from the morass of data that emerges at each step along the process, from...
发布时间: 2017 - 01 - 09
Energy Employment Trends to Look for in 2017by Valerie Jones|Rigzone Staff|Tuesday, January 03, 2017TweetinShare66 Regina Mayor of KPMG identifies what the industry can expect in regards to employment in 2017.In what’s become a familiar story for the oil and gas industry, 2016 saw more layoffs and bankruptcies and very few job opportunities. But, we also saw the oil price bottom out – a sure sign that the worst of the more than two-year global oil glut is behind us.Early signs of a recovery allowed for a bit of cautious optimism among energy workers and analysts, and if nothing else, all...
发布时间: 2017 - 01 - 04
Saudi Arabia Sees Oil Revenue Rising 46% in 2017 as Prices Climbby Bloomberg|Wael Mahdi & Sam Wilkin|Thursday, December 22, 2016TweetinShare19 Saudi Arabia expects oil revenue to jump by 46 percent next year.(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabia expects oil revenue to jump by 46 percent next year after a deal between the kingdom and other producers to curb output drove up global prices.The world’s top oil exporter expects to collect 480 billion riyals ($128 billion) from oil sales in 2017, compared with 329 billion this year, the Finance Ministry said in a budget statement Thursday. Non-oil re...
发布时间: 2016 - 12 - 26
Oil Rises On Goldman Forecast, Signs Producers Complying With Cutsby Reuters|Scott DiSavino|Friday, December 16, 2016TweetinShare2 NEW YORK, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Oil rose on Friday, edging closer to new 17-month highs, after Goldman Sachs boosted its price forecast for 2017 and producers showed signs of adhering to a global deal to reduce output.Brent futures rose $1.19, or 2.2 percent, to settle at $55.21 a barrel, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude rose $1, or 2 percent, to settle at $51.90 per barrel.That put both contracts on track to rise for a fourth week in the last five, with...
发布时间: 2016 - 12 - 19
Outlook: Oil, Gas Bankruptcy Fears to Linger Through 2017by Deon Daugherty|Rigzone Staff|Wednesday, November 30, 2016TweetinShare83 Despite a recent flurry of upstream companies emerging from bankruptcy, more filings are expected well into 2017, pushing the fallout from the downturn into a third year.Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of outlook stories examining expectations for the oil and gas business in 2017.As the oil and gas industry downturn cycles into 2017, dozens of exploration and production (E&P) companies remain vulnerable to market whims that threate...
发布时间: 2016 - 12 - 09
ton County Sheriff Defends Tactics against Pipeline Protestersby Reuters|Ernest Scheyder and Terray Sylvester|Sunday, December 04, 2016TweetinShare2 CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 4 (Reuters) – The sheriff of the North Dakota county where thousands of people are protesting a controversial pipeline project defended police tactics after they used water hoses and rubber bullets in a late November confrontation.Kyle Kirchmeier, the sheriff of Morton County, where the Dakota Access Pipeline snakes through en route to Illinois, said in an interview late on Saturday that he hoped protesters would be pe...
发布时间: 2016 - 12 - 05
Luring Talent Back to Oil Patch Will Test Industry in 2017by Deon Daugherty|Rigzone Staff|Thursday, December 01, 2016TweetinShare2 Oil prices are stabilizing and rigs are getting back to work, but there’s one downturn trend that will continue to bedevil the industry: all those layoffs have depleted the oil and gas workforce.About 45 percent of oil and gas executives surveyed by Grant Norton and Hart Energy said they intend to maintain current staffing levels. But 31 percent said they need to staff up.And the demographics aren’t in their favor. Baby boomers are preparing for retireme...
发布时间: 2016 - 12 - 02
More Company Climate Votes Ahead, As Trump May Loosen Energy Rulesby Reuters|Ross Kerber|Friday, November 25, 2016TweetinShare2 BOSTON, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Activist shareholders plan a record number of resolutions focused on climate change at U.S. company annual meetings in 2017, even as President-elect Donald Trump looks set to loosen environmental regulations.Based on filings so far, U.S. companies are on track to face roughly 200 resolutions on climate matters at their shareholder meetings next year, according to Rob Berridge, who follows the subject for Ceres, a sustainability advocac...
发布时间: 2016 - 11 - 28
NEWSSEARCH ARTICLESSUBSCRIBEStudy Identifies Highest Methane Emitters of Abandoned US Wellsby Karen Boman|Rigzone Staff|Friday, November 18, 2016TweetinShare21 Scientists have identified specific attributes of abandoned oil and gas wells that are emitting high levels of methane, which should make identifying and addressing these wells easier.Scientists at Princeton, Stanford and Ohio universities, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that high-emitting wells are natural gas wells that have been unplugged, or gas wells in coal regions that were plugged but vented, a safety ...
发布时间: 2016 - 11 - 21
Oil Down 2% On OPEC Glut Worries; US Rigs Up By Twoby Reuters|Ethan Lou|Friday, November 11, 2016TweetinShare NEW YORK, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Oil prices settled down more than 2 percent on Friday after OPEC said October output reached another record, casting doubt on whether its plan to limit production is achievable or enough to ease persisting oversupply in the market.The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said Friday that its output rose to 33.64 million barrels per day (bpd) last month, up 240,000 bpd from September.OPEC plans to cut or freeze output, but investors...
发布时间: 2016 - 11 - 14
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