Randall Walker, Malek Takieddine and Slava Kiryushin, of international law firm CMS, put force majeure in perspective following protests in Basra
SGS’s Mike Gunningham, principal production technologist, and Joop de Kok, senior reservoir engineer, say the future is bright for EOR
From mushroom biopolymers to aloe vera solutions and rock-heating radio frequencies, these are some innovative techniques for enhanced oil recovery.
Sam Cross, Senior Vice President, North America at Airswift, says efforts to eliminate co-employment risks are misguided. Instead, oil & gas operators should manage risk by finding the right partner.
Julien Truflandier, global product manager for Oil & Gas Downstream and Chemicals at Nexans, says collaboration with innovative suppliers strikes the right balance between cost, performance and sustainability
Making these changes could help counter cybersecurity-related business continuity threats in the oil and gas industry.
James Moir, group sales director at PJ Valves, on how hitting first oil is about making the right decisions at the right time
Ever since the lifting of sanctions, Iran’s energy policy, strategy and activities have been attracting the constant gaze of key industry players from around the world, says Ekaterina Kalinenko of Euro Petroleum Consultants.
Nicholas Kjaer, general manager, Middle East for Churchill Drilling Tools, says that the ambtious firm’s rapid growth has been underpinned by its relationship with its clients
Will 2018 be a year of continued optimism? Projects are on the rise, investments are stabilising, and there’s lots of oil up for grabs from newly discovered resources.
The three-year record-high oil price currently looks good for Arab oil producers, but there is a long year ahead
Euro Petroleum Consultants examines some of the major developments that have taken place in the global energy market so far this year, and assesses the impact these changes have had on the dynamics of the oil and gas industry
A surge of mega deals is approaching and will accelerate the 'merger endgame' in multiple chemical markets
Small variations in demand at the retail end tend to dramatically amplify, as they travel upstream across supply chains to the effect of making order amounts imbalanced – exaggerated in one week and almost zero in the following week