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Meet the Future of Oil & Gas Head ON

Ready or not, the North American Oil & Gas Industry must contend with a new normal. A confluence of trends—a new pricing paradigm, rapid growth in renewables, and accelerating technology advancements—is reshaping the industry. Join us for an engaging discussion to learn about the rapid turmoil & tr ...

Kristen Mundy


    CA 02 May 2018


Posted 9 months agoEvent > Oil and Gasoil predictionsindustry insights +8

Cyberhawk’s iHawk software selected by global oil and gas operator to digitise a major construction project in USA

Cyberhawk has been awarded a three-year contract by an oil and gas supermajor to provide a digital asset management solution during the construction of its new world-scale petrochemical complex in the USA. The main construction phase of the project is already underway, which involves the construct ...

Jenny Adams


Posted 10 months agoPress > CyberhawkiHawkUAV +2

How Far Can Shale Go?

Last week, OPEC sounded an alarm. Previously hopeful that the global crude markets would be balanced by June, which would allow it to walk back on the supply freeze that propped prices up at the cost of OPEC market share, the OPEC monthly report raised its expectations for non-OPEC supply for a fou ...

Easwaran Kanason


Posted 10 months agoOpinion > nrgedgeShaleOil +2

Will 2018 see an oil race between the U.S. and Russia?

Things are looking up in the global oil market. The market is rebalancing and oil prices are rising. Pushed up by protests in Iran, supply cuts by OPEC and Russia, and the return to full operations of the Forties pipeline system in the North Sea, oil prices posted their strongest opening to a year s ...

Scott Johnson


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > Oiloil priceOPEC +2

Geopolitics Is Rearing Its Head Again In Oil

Brent and WTI prices are now at their highest levels in two years. With Brent almost touching US$65/b and WTI within shot of US$60/b, this is cheer for the market, where most participants had resigned themselves to a prolonged period of US$50/b oil. There are several factors propelling this rise. OP ...

Easwaran Kanason


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > WTIOPECBrent +5

U.S Crude Puts Squeeze on Nigerian Exports

Just as it was all looking on the up for Nigerian oil exports, it looks now as though India, one of the country's biggest export partners, has fallen out of love with West African crude. According to a report on Platts, India's leading oil company, Indian Oil Corporation, has issued a tender for a ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > USACrudeIndia +6

Sudan’s New Business Council Looks West For Post-Oil Prosperity

After 20 years, last week saw the formal lifting of US economic sanctions on Sudan. In a punishing two decades, Sudan has weathered a devastating humanitarian crisis in Darfur, the cessession of the South and the loss of its precious oil revenues with it. But it has not been buckled, and it has not ...

Flo Kigbala - Delta Deep Content


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > SudanOilSanctions +3

Nord Stream 2: with Europe already divided, the US adds a new layer of geopolitical complexity

When Gazprom officially launched plans to build the second Nord Stream gas pipeline system to Germany in June 2015, the accusations that Gazprom's main aim was to increase its dominance over European gas came thick and fast. When five European majors from five EU member states (Austria, France, ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > PlattsNord Streameurope +2

Energy Nonsense From the Wall Street Journal

The lead editorial in Friday's Wall Street Journal  was pure energy nonsense. “Lessons of the Energy Export Boom”  proclaimed that the United States is becoming the oil and gas superpower of the world. This despite the uncomfortable fact that it is also the world's biggest importer of crude oil. ...

Art Berman - The Petroleum Truth Report


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > Art BermanThe Petroleum Truth ReportUSA +1

As the U.S. Sends More Oil to World, OPEC Sends Less to U.S.

OPEC is finally making the move that could help complete a mission that it's failed so far: shipping less oil to the U.S., according to Sanford C. Bernstein.Exports from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to America have declined by close to 1 million barrels a day since a peak at t ...

Ronnie Steinocher - Baron Energy, Inc.


Posted 1 year agoLink > OPECUSACrude

Why a tightening US natural gas system could put the squeeze on LNG

Europe is banking on cheap US LNG exports competing with Russian pipeline natural gas to keep prices low and global supplies plentiful. But the US natural gas system is not as comfortable as you might think. The US produced less gas in 2016 than in 2015, the first time since 2005 that gas output ...

OilVoice Press - OilVoice


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > PlattsLNGUSA +1

Judge overturns decision on Pennsylvania water pollution

In an unusual move, a federal judge has overturned a US$4.24 million jury award and has ordered a new trial in the case of two Pennsylvania families who alleged that their water had been polluted by hydraulic fracturing being carried out by Marcellus shale driller Cabot Oil & Gas. Magistrate Judge ...

NewsBase Staff - NewsBase


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > OilgasPennsylvania +2

Fries with that?! The US takes a big bite out of the Nigerian pie

It's not been an easy couple of years to be in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria. The last government seems to have given away enormously under-valued concessions to anyone that asked, the currency has fallen off a cliff and no one really knows what it's worth, and oil prices have hardly been kind t ...

Derby Omokoh - Upstream Consulting Company Lagos


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > USANigeriaJapan +6

Shale Cost Reductions Are 10% Technology and 90% Industry Bust

I am tired of hearing about the unbelievable impact of technology on collapsing U.S. shale production costs. The truth is that these claims are  unbelievable. The savings are real but only about 10% is from advances in technology. About 90% is because the oil industry is in a depression and oil fi ...

Art Berman - The Petroleum Truth Report


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > Art BermanThe Petroleum Truth ReportShale +1

Subsea controls

Ideal for anyone new to subsea controls or working in associated support roles, this course explains how control systems operate and the engineering principles involved. This course will give you the opportunity to see what different parts of the system look like, get an independent comparison of th ...

Jee Training


Aberdeen   Scotland   GB 05 Dec 2017


Posted 2 years agoTraining > Subsea controlssubsea equipmentSpecialist Subsea Services +11