John Kerr explains that in order to address current concerns surrounding the UK’s skills shortage, we need to first understand the reasons behind it, andthen willingly take action to do something about it A report released by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and KPMG, confirms that the
Big data, big opportunity – is your commodity value chain smart? By Michael Schwartz and Shobhit Mathur Everyone is talking about Big Data these days: how to capture it; how to manage it; how to store it; and how to use it. Businesses that deal in physical commodities, such as
Naomi Anderson discusses a step change in the UK gas market and asks ‘is your business prepared for Project Nexus?’ The UK Link systems, operated by Xoserve, facilitate gas settlements, supply point administration and other critical functions for the UK’s gas market. These systems will be replaced through Project Nexus
Gabrielle Ramsay Smith assesses personnel risk across the oil and gas industry Who are most valued and rewarded in the energy industry: the ‘safe pair of hands’ – compliant, vigilant and cautious, diligently going about their work within the corporate framework; or the ‘mover and shaker’- challenging, confident and sometimes
This year’s SPE Offshore Europe exhibition and conference confirmed a positive outlook for the industry and the next generation SPE Offshore Europe 2015, held in Aberdeen, Scotland from September 8-11, sent out a very clear message that the oil and gas industry has a future for many years to come.
Andrew Dann talks to Mogens Tofte Koch about the formation of DMOG and how the organisation has championed the cause of Danish oil and gas service providers for close to 15 years ‘Together we are strong!’ was the guiding principle behind the foundation of the Danish Marine & Offshore Group
The future of the oil and gas industry will be under the spotlight at the biennial SPE Offshore Europe 2015 conference and exhibition being held in Europe’s oil capital Aberdeen from 8 -11 September The choice of this year’s theme, inspiring the next generation, empowers the industry to address both
Iván Martén asks: How will low oil prices affect natural= gas markets? Global natural gas markets have already felt some impact from the slide in oil prices. But they will be affected to a much greater degree if oil prices remain in the $50-to- $60 range for an extended period.
In this piece Stuart Turnbull reviews the main risks for oil rigs and how they can be addressed. Oil and gas production is a hazardous business. The combination of physical demands and extreme working environments creates unforgiving conditions where mistakes can cost lives. Collectively, the industry has recognised the importance