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A Silicon Valley-based deep learning, artificial intelligence company is using artificial neural networks to help find oil and gas using geoseismic data.
A new device, now being tested in the Utica Shale and the Eagle Ford Shale, can destroy vapors while generating electrical power at remote oil and gas operations.
At Hart Energy’s DUG Rockies conference, technology panelists said drilled but uncompleted wells are an appetizing prospect for producers in trying times.