Contributed by: PipelineOil and Gas Magazine, Monthly magazine, for the energy industry
While gas markets are currently well supplied, the transformation of natural gas markets from regional systems to more globalised and interdependent markets is creating new security challenges, according to the International Energy Agency's latest asse
Interview with ScottMacLeod, Business Development Manager, OG&C, Bechtel Canada
Natural gas is abundant across Canada and with the global demand for natural gas expected to increase 46% by 2040, the Canadian natural gas industry has an opportunity to utilise its resource potential.
In the face of a slow commodity price recovery in the oil and gas sector, our latest research report “From Survival To Growth In A New Era” has revealed that 83% of companies expect a 'substantial' increase in mergers and acquisitions (M&a
Contributed by: DerekBoulware, Senior Manager of Africa Oil & Gas Advisory, PwC
In today’s tumultuous economic environment with commodity prices, stock indices and exchange rates in constant flux, it probably comes as no surprise that oil & gas companies are taking time to carefully plan the way forward. After COP21 in Paris
Contributed by: RichardMason, Innovation Project Manager, Scotia Gas Networks
It is clear that the growing Asian market will have a significant impact on Europe. In a recent speech, Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull explained that it is his vision for Australia to become the world’s number one LNG provider in the next few years.
Contributed by: Roberto F. Aguilera, Adjunct Research Fellow, Curtin University
Contributed by: MarianRadetzki, Professor of Economics, Luleå University of Technology
This is part one of a two-part article - Much of the world’s future energy consumption growth will come from Asia. For the past several decades, the region has been fuelled predominantly by coal and to a lesser extent oil.