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  • Heavy oils, extra-heavy oils and tar sands, representing a massive resource found worldwide but especially in Canada and Venezuela, will play an important part in the future of energy. Now increasingly commercially viable, less than 1% of the total are under active development and this book covers g...

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  • The author examines the facts of supply and demand to underscore the vast quantities of power we need and how little of that can come from 'renewable' sources. He shows the US has vast resources if only it dares muster the political will needed to tap them. The U.S. economy is based on fossil fuels ...

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    • Record type: Book

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  • Cairn has unveiled plans to exit Norway, by selling its Capricorn Norge business to Solveig Gas Norway for $100mn.Following the sale, Cairn will have disposed of all its assets in Norway, reducing its committed exploration and development capex by $100mn.The company will continue to have a material ...

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  • BP has announced that it will cut its global workforce of 70,000 by 10,000 as part of a restructuring to make the company more integrated, flatter and smaller, actions it says have been accelerated and amplified by the need to respond to market conditions and reduce its costs.The roles affected will...

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  • Alimentation Couche-Tard is reported to have pulled out from its proposed $5.6bn takeover of Australian fuel retailer and refiner Caltex Australia, citing economic uncertainties posed by the coronavirus pandemic.The Australian company indicated that it might reconsider the deal once global outlook i...

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  • Agility is the key to e-business. Though countless Internet-based start-ups are emerging daily, the pace of change in e-commerce is particularly challenging for larger organisations, such as the oil and gas industry majors and their suppliers which still lag behind the financial and retail sectors.

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  • The oil sector has often been accused of being a dinosaur in terms of e-business, compared to the fleet-footed efforts of the financial services sector, IT industry, and business-to-business consumer markets. Now there are signs of new initiatives - but there are still no sure-fire solutions.

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