There’s lots to know about the oil industry — people spend their entire careers learning small slices of it — but if more people understood these facts we believe there would be a much more productive public discourse about the world’s energy systems.
We consider ourselves first-class problem solvers but we wouldn’t be so without our team of experts.
We know that to push a company forward, one must always think in new and innovative ways and not be afraid improve on current processes. So come and meet a few members of our team who are doing just that.
Our sustainable business achievements in Qatar
Learn more on our sustainability goals here
Read more on our water project that’s bringing clean water to a village in Angola here
Earlier this year I ate at ”Dans Le Noir”, a restaurant in London. Dans Le Noir is, for the majority of people, different from most dining experiences as the restaurant is completely dark.
At Maersk Oil, our work is governed by a strong vision. In every challenge we undertake and with every partner we work with, these three points below underpin the goals we strive for and the reputation we seek to uphold.
A comprehensive and innovative approach to seismic interpretation is facilitated by the PaleoScan™ software provided by Eliis. The approach is based on interpretation on a seismic model grid, which provides a 3D framework that speeds up the interpretation cycle significantly and allows for actual 3D interpretation.
The method is ideal to treat both large regional 3D volumes as well as very detailed analysis of high resolution, 3D seismic surveys.
Twenty-seven years of civil conflict, which ended in 2002, severely damaged Angola’s basic education and health infrastructure.
It is estimated that 47 percent of the population do not have access to clean drinking water (UNICEF, 2012) and water led diseases are
Horizontal well technology
Maersk Oil pioneered the application of horizontal drilling techniques which were introduced in 1987 in the tight chalk of the Dan Field, offshore Denmark. Since then, horizontal drilling technology has been adopted by the industry as the preferred technology for developing tight reservoirs.