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  • Contributed by: George Kovacic, President, Croscorp International Ltd.
When Justin Trudeau’s first government was elected in 2015, international oil companies (IOCs) were eager to learn what it meant for Canadian hydrocarbon exploration and production (E&P). Some already had skin in the game while others had selected
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  • Contributed by: Vasudeva Sarma Sutram, Business Implementation Manager – Gemini XD Project, McDermott International Inc.
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  • Contributed by: Manoharan K, Chief Engineer, QuEST Global
Transformation in the energy sector seems to make headlines with an increased frequency. Whether it is big data, industrial revolution or advanced analytics: the rise of the digital revolution has an enormous impact.
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  • Interview with Steven Borsos, Vice President LNG, Fluor
The gas industry is in a time where the role of the EPC is under great scrutiny; with operators looking for not only greater efficiency, but also streamlining of costs and improved ROI for their projects.
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  • Contributed by: James Albert, Associate Director, KPMG
E&P has become a margin business, with relentless pressure on unit operating costs (UOC) and global competition for capital.
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  • Interview with Višnja Bijelić , Director of Exploration & Production Commercial, INA, d.d.
As global gas demand is predicted to grow by a massive 41% over the next two decades, as reported by Wood Mackenzie, it is a truly dynamic time for the energy market.
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  • Contributed by: Thomas Shepstone, Consultant & Publisher, Natural Gas Now Blog
The shale gas revolution, brought about through the combination of hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”), horizontal drilling technologies has slashed consumer prices for both gas and electric in this country, while reducing air emissions by incredible vol
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  • Contributed by: Gardner Walkup , Managing Director, Berkeley Research Group LLC
It is well known that unconventional gas – shale gas, tight gas, and natural gas associated with shale oil production – has transformed natural gas supply across North America.  Currently, about 60 billion cubic feet of unconventional gas is produced d

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