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Iran’s hydrocarbon could be on the verge of coming in from the economic wilderness writes Patricia L. Schouker, London-based foreign policy and energy analyst
Pipeline discusses the underlying current of change in the global hydrocarbons industry with Edward Daniels, executive vice president – Commercial and New Business Development at Shell Upstream International.
World-renowned EOR expert, Dr Vladimir Alvarado discusses how the industry can keep producing when the days of easy oil are numbered.
Pipeline security has never been as important to companies and governments as it is now finds Honeywell's Adrian Fielding.
Pipeline spoke exclusively with Lloyds Register's John Wishart, Group Energy Director and Peter Richards, VP Marketing and Communications, to discuss the necessity of continued investment in the oil and gas sector.
The UAE has ambitious growth targets for 2020 and the country’s crude output hit a record high last year. The Gulf State is also seen as one of the few reliable sources of incremental crude supplies in the region, writes Richard Mallinson Geopolitical Ana......
Adrian Pearce, VP Geosciences at Total E&P UAE, is the man charged with achieving a 70 per cent recovery factor at Abu Al Bukhoosh field (ABK), he talks exclusively to Pipeline us through the world of ABK...
Will the shale gas industry be a shot in the arm for the US economy that many have hoped for, asks London based foreign policy and energy analyst Patricia L. Schouker
China’s huge ongoing economic growth requires vast quantities of energy from various sources, both domestic and international, reports Glenn Freeman
Just weeks after the end of the UN conference on climate change in Doha, the International Energy Agencys (IEA) head has said that the rapidly growing economies of the Middle East and North Africa are going through an opportune time to capitalise on renew......
Demand for low carbon fuels will grow faster than demand for carbon intense fuels, as users attempt to reduce their carbon footprint.
Aging oil and gas production facilities in the region have ensured plenty of work related to maintenance and project continuity for mission-critical equipment manufacturers such as process automation specialist Emerson
Graham Greenwood-Sole, managing director of UK based corrosion control solutions provider, Corrocoat Ltd believes a sharp change in semantics can make all the difference in anti-corrosion materials selection for the oil and gas industry.
India’s industrial expansion has seen it emerge as the world’s fourth-largest economy globally but sustaining this requires ever-increasing oil and gas reserves, reports Glenn Freeman