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  • Wood Mackenzie and the Oil & Gas Technology Centre report that developing new subsea technology and approaches to field developments could help unlock 400mn additional barrels of oil and gas, and generate £3bn of additional value.There are 3.4bn barrels of oil and gas potential discovered in mar...

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  • The fall in oil price continued to impact the UK oilfield services (OFS) sector in 2016 with turnover falling by 15.5%, but the future looks more positive as pressure from external factors ease, according to EY’s recently published Review of the UK oilfield services industry. However, the repor...

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  • Faster and better decision-making and shorter time to first oil and gas top the list of expected benefits that digital technologies can drive for upstream oil and gas companies, according to a new digital trends survey from Accenture and Microsoft.* Respondents also estimated the monetary value of d...

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  • As noted in our opening perspective piece on p2 of this month’s issue, ‘change’ has been the only constant for the international oil and gas industry this past year – a trend that looks set to continue in 2017. Indeed, the challenges the sector has faced over the past 12 months is a theme picked up ...

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  • Mario Mehren, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Wintershall, recently underlined the vital importance of a secure natural gas supply for Bavaria’s economy at the German Energy Congress in Munich. ‘In 2022, if not before, Bavaria will face difficulties with its electricity supply,’ he s...

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  • Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s administration replaced the Finance and Energy Ministers in a cabinet reshuffle on 11 June, aimed at facilitating economic diversification and improving government revenues, reports PGI Intelligence. The reshuffle comes as state finances, which rely heavily ...

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  • Collaboration has become the buzzword for how the oil and gas sector can navigate its way out of the current downturn. ‘But how do we avoid it becoming another cliché and instead embrace it as an ingrained behaviour?’, asks Angela Seeney, Director of Technology, Supply Chain and Data at the Oil &...

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  • The US oil and gas sector is facing its worst crisis in decades. But there may be light at the end of the tunnel, reports Gordon Cope.

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  • Atif Ansar and Bent Flyvbjerg from the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, use an argument based on ‘investment fragility’ to suggest the UK government should not approve Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.

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