Analysis

  • Tread Carefully Through the Oil Patch

    The oil and gas business is booming thanks to technology, and outsiders are keen to invest. However, Greg Pollard, transaction advisory services leader at the Ernst & Young Global Energy...

  • Supplying Energy to the Future

    Only technology can solve the serious challenges faced by the energy industry today and in the future. Rex W Tillerson, chairman and CEO at ExxonMobil, explains what needs to be...

  • Oil Industry Bouncing Back

    Following a suppressed oil market in late 2005 and early 2006, supply and demand are making a strong recovery. Lawrence Eagles of the International Energy Agency gives his predictions for...

  • The Global Energy Challenge

    Concern about energy is legitimate, but ultimately unfounded. Jeroen van der Veer, chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell, believes that the industry is more than capable of rising to the...

  • Tapping the Riches of the Santos Basin

    Brazil hopes to ease its dependency on foreign gas by developing the full potential of the Santos Basin. Jim Banks reports on the investment and development process.

  • Field of Vision

    The Statfjord late life project is enabling Statoil to prolong the life of a maturing field for many years. Bjarne Bakken writes about the strategic shift from an oil field...

  • A Year in HSSE

    Reflecting on 2005, Greg Coleman, BP, looks at health, safety, security and the environment in the oil and gas industry.

  • Supplies Uncertain for Eastern Europe

    The stability of gas supply has become an issue of increased importance in Europe of late. While Russia and the former Soviet states are embroiled in disagreements over gas prices,...

  • Gass on Gas

    John D Gass looks at how to improve the supply chain for natural gas as demand escalates in the coming years.

  • The Meaning of Safety

    Total's Jean-Marc Jaubert looks at what safety means for the firm and how the strategy is permeating all business areas.

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