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  • Contributed by: Alexandra Marie Ferraro, Energy Analyst, Guest Reporter
Speaking at a panel discussion at ADIPEC last week Vice President LNG and Economy, Gas Division for Total Jean Jaylet and Climate Change Advisor for Shell David Hone presente
  • Interview with Stuart Brown, Head of Origination, Weather & Energy EMEA Asia-Pacific, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Gastech News: What are the key consequences of weather-related risks on the natural gas industry?
  • Contributed by: Derek Boulware, 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: Sara Budinis, Research Associate at the Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London
Last year, at COP21, an agreement by governments was reached on climate change with the aim of limiting global warming to below 2°C.  As of 2011, the world had a ‘carbon budget’ of 1,000 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide (the amount of CO
  • Contributed by: Mike Goddu, Partner & Co-Founder, JMJ Associates
Organisations using behavioural-based programs to improve safety performance have reaped benefits, but the benefits have flat-lined. It is time to evolve.
  • Contributed by: Peter Searle, CEO, Airswift
A poll we conducted prior to the referendum revealed that only 32 per cent of the oil and gas workforce would have voted to remain.
  • Contributed by: Dr Anouk Honoré, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
The COP21 meeting held in Paris in December 2015 resulted in an agreement between 195 governments to cooperate to hold global temperature increase below 2 degrees Celsius.
  • Contributed by: Roberto F. Aguilera, Adjunct Research Fellow, Curtin University
  • Contributed by: Marian Radetzki, 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.
  • Interview with Chris Hawkes, Safety Director, International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP)
The International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP) provides a significant proportion of the world’s energy to meet growing demands for heat, light and transport.