Analysis

  • Pipe Dreams

    Pipelines are crucial to energy delivery, especially when energy companies are under pressure to discover new resources. Sergio Kapusta of Shell International BV tells Jim Banks about the advances that...

  • Numbers Game

    Without universal assessment standards for oil and gas reserves, a global overview remains elusive, writes Nigel Ash.

  • Sea Change

    The Association of British Offshore Industries has come a long way from its roots in the North Sea three decades ago. It has successfully adopted an international dimension and a...

  • Flow Notion

    Dr Siva Subramanian of Chevron explains to Nigel Ash the demands deepwater oil and gas recovery places on pipelines.

  • Making Up the Numbers

    The oil and gas industry is currently booming. But it also faces a skills shortage that could jeopardise its development. Hugh Williams, chief executive of the International Marine Contractors Association,...

  • Appetite for Construction

    The Sakhalin-1 project has brought out the best in the Russian and non-Russian organizations involved, writes John Howes.

  • Super Store

    Stewart Robinson of the UK's DTI explains the running of a national data repository for oilfield operational management.

  • Pipeline Guerrillas

    From terrorism in Mexico to oil theft in Nigeria, oil companies are scrambling to secure their pipelines. Catherine Lafferty explains how they are trying to keep the economies that rely...

  • Offshore Skills in Crisis

    Demand may be up for offshore industry produce but do we have the skills and staff to be able to take advantage of this?

  • Challenging Russia

    With Europe becoming more dependent on imported fuels, the prospects for the Russian export industry should be good. Russia has oil but just what will happen to its reserves is...

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