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  • Bahrain’s unique offshore shale find could see the development of new extraction technology, writes Paul Cochrane.

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  • The oil majors Shell and BP have both been pondering what the global energy future might look like, while also making plans for their own operations within that future.First, Shell caught up with other long-term energy crystal ball gazers by releasing a future scenario compatible with the Paris Agr...

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  • Unconventionals are the engine of change for the oil and gas sector, writes Gordon Cope.

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  • The UK continental shelf (UKCS) Technology Insights report offers a unique insight into companies' technology portfolios, including strategies to access further required technologies for maximising economic recovery of the UKCS (MER UK). This study is based on the technology plans which have been su...

  • A major overhaul in the energy sector’s corrosion management approach has seen the Energy Institute (EI) leading the way for the next phase of oil and gas production worldwide, report Andy Duncan, Intertek Production & Integrity Assurance and Cameron Stewa...

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  • After a very challenging period, signs of optimism are returning to the North Sea basins. Companies are seeking to consolidate and build on the significant cost savings made in the last couple of years, and new players are bringing investment to the arena, reports ...

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  • Some of the key technology trends to watch in terms of their impact on refining margins, strategy and technology have recently been identified by experts from across Shell Global Solutions,* writes Brian Davis.

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  • While much has been done to advance multiphase metering technologies over recent years, further improvements in their reliability and performance for subsea applications is still necessary to exploit their full potential, writes Marc MacDonald, Project Engineer at NEL.

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  • Matthew Culver, Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna LLP takes a closer look at some of the latest oil and gas developments in the Middle East.

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  • The intense subsea sounds produced when conducting seismic surveys using traditional impulse sources can have a major negative impact on marine mammals. InnovOil’s Tim Skelton looks at some of the innovative and more environmentally friendly alternatives.

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