Energy, Oil & Gas

Energy, Oil & Gas magazine (EOG) focuses on the issues that are fundamental to senior executives across the global energy sector and associated industries.

With a highly targeted readership within the oil and gas industry and focusing on industry best practice and trends, Energy, Oil & Gas provides a forum to discuss all aspects of the industry, including renewables (solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, biomass, wave/tidal) electricity transmission, distribution, and nuclear, alongside traditional coal, oil and gas.

TAP 170 a
Profiles

Contributing to Europe’s secure & diversified energy mix Excitement is stirring across Europe as we fast approach 2020 – the year when the first gas deliveries to the continent via the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) will start. Recognised as a Project of Common Interest (PCI) by the European Commission and

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ABLE 170 a
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By being entrepreneurial, well-resourced and decisive, ABLE UK has carved out a 50-plus year history as the UK’s market leading specialist in decommissioning and demolition, with a particular penchant for offshore structures

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Greenalia 170 a
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Relying on more than 40 years of experience, Greenalia Group has recently undertaken one of Europe’s most important renewable energy projects, with regards to its sheer size and capacity, as well as the technology it will make use of

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TAR 169 a
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One of the seven, so-called, ‘Supermajor’ oil and gas companies in the world, Total is a globally recognised name in the oil & gas industry, with businesses covering the entire chain, from crude oil and natural gas exploration and production, to low carbon power generation, refining, petroleum product marketing and product trading and a major player in renewable energies

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GRP 169 a
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In Carey Davis’ words, America is definitely trending greener in its energy initiatives. While solar and wind are still the primary drivers of green energy, the Executive Vice President of Georgia Renewable Power (GRP) holds that these are not dispatchable like biomass, and the latter realisation is driving the launch of more and more biomass-to-energy initiatives

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CR 169 a
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At the end of the 1990s, the Government of Colombia came to a realisation that the country needed to improve its refining capacity, and that the national and international fuel demand required more efficient and environmentally-friendly products. A decision was made to expand and modernise the Cartagena Refinery, which led to its increased capacity of 150,000 barrels per day.

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