All articles by JP Casey

JP Casey

JP Casey is the editor of Future Power Technology, Offshore Technology Focus and MINE Magazine. Their topics of interest include covering human rights violations in energy, considering the balance of people and profits across the industry, and writing lists in threes.

BP announces first quarter profits of $8.2bn

BP has announced profits of $8.2bn in the first quarter of this year, significantly higher than the parallel figure one year earlier.

“Add value by maximising efficiency”: Saft on batteries in oil and gas

JP Casey speaks to David Hood of Saft about how oil and gas companies can use batteries to improve efficacy and environmental performance.

“Always more to be done”: could carbon capture change oil and gas?

JP Casey investigates whether carbon capture technologies prove to be a lifeline for the oil and gas industry as it comes under fire for its environmental impacts.

Missing in action: the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus is out now

In this issue: safety in the UK, the potential of CCUS and one year on from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Then and now: the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus is out now

In this issue: the power of advertising, the potential of decarbonisation and the impacts of the Russian invasion.

Branching paths: the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus is out now

In this issue: African energy at a crossroads, the value of corporate Pride and the UK’s latest offshore training facility.

Louder than words: the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus is out now

In this issue: the threat of greenwashing, the role of Vietnamese oil and gas and two years of Covid-19.

A fuel to be snubbed? The new issue of Offshore Technology Focus is out now

In this issue: the nature of green energy, unrest in Kazakhstan, and Egyptian exploration.

Pipelines and geopolitics: New issue of Offshore Technology Focus out now

In this issue: Nord Stream controversy, underwater carbon capture, and the challenges of winter.

Scottish divestment: could, and should, Scotland pull out of oil?

Scotland is facing an existential crisis as it looks to balance its oil and gas industry with the need to protect the environment.