Enverus claims hundreds of millions of barrels of gas condensates are nowhere to be found in public data due to a major reporting gap.
This article describes the MiQ grading framework for natural gas in more detail and explains practical pathways for industry participants to achieve any desired MiQ grade.
In Part 2 of a series of articles, the author focuses on generating a connection between the problem types and various methods of trying to solve these problems.
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President's Column
  • A look at recent first‑quarter results reminds us that there is no such thing as a constant trend in our industry. Continual recalibration of companies’ activities aim to obtain positive financial results in the traditional oil and gas business while devoting efforts in a practical way to both mitigate climate change issues and to develop new forms of energy.
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