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Trueblood Resources has an extensive geologic data base gathered over its 25 year history of oil and gas operations in the Anadarko Basin. From this numerous technical studies have been completed to better understand the basin's stratigraphy and identify new oil and gas plays. From this scalable projects have been solidified and then oil and gas leases acquired on a strategic and targeted basis.
The Anadarko Basin is a rich petroleum system which has for many years has yielded an abundance of oil and gas plays. With the advent of horizontal drilling this oil and gas basin is producing many new reserves of oil and natural gas. Trueblood Resources has been an oil and gas operator in this basin for over 25 years. Our extensive local knowledge and large geologic data base has given us a competitive edge for many years.
Anadarko General Manager Danny Brown discusses Anadarko's Eagleford Shale play, drilling and the steps the company takes to ensure it develops the oil and natural gas safely and with care for the environment. Brown describes the drilling process and technology, such as horizontal drilling, well construction and hydraulic fracturing, that enable Anadarko maximize production and minimize impacts to the surface. The presentation was given at the Eagleford Consortium Conference in San Antonio, Texas in March 2012.To learn more about Anadarko's operations in the Eagleford Shale, please visit www.anadarko.com. The presentation in this video contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act...
Anadarko's Appalachian Basin management team partnered with the Northcentral Pennsylvania Conservancy to conduct a stream bank restoration project in an area near Anadarko's Marcellus operations. This restoration project also combined the efforts of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and numerous community volunteers.
Measurement Tech Shawn Sanchez’s day is filled with installing, configuring and calibrating computers to monitor the flow of oil and natural gas in the Delaware Basin of West Texas. He may not consider himself a “techie,” but we sure do. Check out his daily routine in the latest addition to our Day in the Life series.
Automation and technology play a key role in our job of efficiently delivering energy to power our modern lives. Learn how Automation Tech Felipe Padilla, a former member of the U.S. Army, keeps an eye on these high-tech systems in the Delaware Basin.
Anadarko's Wattenberg HZ program in northeast Colorado is among the company's most rapidly growing assets. The convergence of technology has unlocked new potential in the Wattenberg field, which has been an active oil and natural gas producing area for more than 40 years. The Anadarko: Wattenberg HZ Overview video provides a comprehensive look at how technology is prolonging the productive life of this important energy-producing region, and the best management practices implemented by Anadarko to protect public safety, health and the environment. To learn more about this program and how Anadarko's activities benefit northeast Colorado through growing employment opportunities and tax revenue, visit the Wattenberg HZ section of Anadarko's website at: http://www.anadarko.com/Operations/Pag...
There's a lot of discussion about horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing (fracking) these days, but did you know these two key technologies make up only a small fraction of the overall life cycle of a typical horizontal oil or natural gas well? Anadarko's experts in the Wattenberg field explain the full cycle from studying millions of years of subsurface rock formations, to applying for permits, preparing a pad location, drilling, completing, producing and ultimately reclaiming a well in this important producing region of northeast Colorado. Throughout the process, Anadarko's employees recognize the importance of engaging and listening to communities along the Front Range and are committed to taking appropriate actions to produce these essential resources in a manner that places safe...
A production we recently finished for Cactus Drilling Company. This was filmed over a two week period at several different rig locations in the Anadarko Basin. Because of the difficult shooting environment on these rigs we relied heavily on Canon DSLR's for this project. We also shot an amazing series of stills as part of this project. You can view those here - goivm.com/photography/view/cactus-drilling Like us on Facebook! facebook.com/InsightVisualMedia Check our blog out! goivm.com/blog
The Taranaki Basin is next on the list for the Anadarko exploration company and the Minister for Energy Simon Bridges says a lot of the protests against drilling for oil comes down to misinformation and there is in fact a lot that New Zealanders can benefit from.
Anadarko's partnership with the Unitah Basin Applied Technology College in Vernal, Utah continutes to generate quality graduates with work-ready experience. Anadarko's operations in the Greater Natural Buttes area of eastern Utah are among the company's larger U.S. onshore opportunities, and this area is poised for significant future growth. A new expansion program in the area is expected to generate as many as 2,900 new jobs at peak construction, more than $10 billion in capital investment over the next decade and more than $5 billion in federal, state, local and tribal taxes and royalties. This level of activity will require continued training and development of a local workforce with the necessary skills and experience to continue safely and responsibly developing these oil and natural ...
In October 2012, the United States based Anadarko Petroleum Corporation in partnership with Australian based Origin Energy intend to start deep-sea oil-drilling in the Canterbury Basin, about 60 km off the coast of Dunedin. The global oil giants Shell and OMV are also currently exploring the Great South Basin for new oil and gas reserves with the intent to extract these resources in the near future, also just off the coast of Dunedin. · Anadarko had a 25% share in the project that caused the Deepwater Horizon (BP) oil spill, Gulf of Mexico in 2010, spilling over 600,000 tonnes of oil into the sea. · Shell spilled nearly 14,000 tonnes of crude oil into the creeks of the Niger Delta in 2011. · The RENA oil disaster in 2011 spilled about 1700 tonnes of oil, a relatively small spill that ...
In a unique partnership between oil and natural gas companies and agriculture, Anadarko partnered with Energy Water Solutions, the Texas Railroad Commission, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Gibson Energy for the Produced Water Irrigation Project. The project evaluated using recycled produced water from oil and natural gas activity in the Delaware Basin to irrigate a cotton crop in nearby Pecos, Texas. Learn more about our water management practices at www.anadarko.com/water.
Indicative of Anadarko's growing West Texas operations in the Permian Basin, the company recently opened a new, larger office in Kermit. Employees, contractors, neighbors and city officials were all a part of the grand opening celebration. Anadarko's operations in the Permian Basin are primarily focused on oil-prone opportunities in the Bone Spring, Avalon Shale and Wolfcamp Shale plays.
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Earth from Space is presented by Kelsea Brennan-Wessels from the ESA Web-TV virtual studios. In the 229th edition, Sentinel-2 takes us over the border of the US states Utah and Colorado. See also http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2017/05/Uintah_Basin_United_States to download the image.
Anadarko's 100-year-old Salt Creek enhanced oil recovery (EOR) project in Wyoming continues to be a significant producing field, supporting jobs and providing revenue for the State of Wyoming. In 2013, Anadarko cut the ribbon on its new Recycled Compression Station (RCS) 4, which expands the company's compression capacity by 50 percent, or about 160 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d), which will increase the field's oil production capacity. Anadarko's Salt Creek EOR project takes carbon dioxide that would otherwise be vented to the atmosphere and injects it into the subsurface, which enables the continued production of oil from this historic field. _____________________________________ This video contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities A...
Uintah Basin Applied Technology College's programs are driven by industry leaders. Leaders are able to come together and lead UBATC's programs and take part of the curriculum to make sure the students are ready for the workforce here in the Basin.
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