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  • This research report details the findings and recommendations of a research project into maintenance performance measures for the upstream oil and gas industry. The aim of the research was to explore the practicalities of reporting maintenance management measures.The industry scope was upstream petr...

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  • The International Association of Oil and gas Producers compiles information on the global upstream ol and gas industry's safety performance every year as part of its mission to rpomote the safe, responsible and profitable performance of the sector.

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  • Industry reorganization has had a negative effect on upstream research and development activities and human-resource availability. Consideration is given to a series of studies concerning organizational and technical trends in the upstream oil industry. Downsizing, asset-based organization, new tech...

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  • Rystad Energy’s first report ranking the world’s oil and gas producers by how much CO2 is emitted in connection with their upstream activities shows that the US was the largest emitter in absolute terms in 2018. Among the top 10 oil and gas producing countries, Canada had the highest CO2 e...

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  • This book reviews the key elements of the Brazilian upstream legal framework, including general Brazilian law, regulatory entities and other players in the upstream sector, the new petroleum legal regime, decommissioning challenges and project finance opportunities.

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  • Wood Mackenzie has completed its annual global upstream capital spending report for 2012, which draws out key trends in investment and the impact of cost inflation on the industry across the globe. The key conclusions are:That 2012 will be another record year for upstream development spending - capi...

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  • The new year has begun with Indonesia’s Medco Energi making a potential cash takeover bid for UK-listed Ophir Energy that, if successful, would create a South East Asian upstream powerhouse.No further details have been revealed, other than the Medco has to make a clear binding offer by 28 January 20...

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  • Cybersecurity has emerged as the top focus of upstream oil and gas companies’ digital investments, according to a new report from Accenture, which surveyed 255 industry professionals, including C-suite executives, functional leaders and engineers, across the globe.When respondents were asked which d...

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  • BP is planning to dispose of more than $3bn of upstream assets, including $2bn in the North Sea in 2003, as part of an enforced review of its global upstream operations.

  • Norway ranks fifth in the world for upstream investment Wood Mackenzie estimates that upstream development expenditure in Norway will increase to $25billion in 2012 - a rise of over 30% compared with 2011 - ranking it fifth in the world behind the US, Russia, Canada and Australia. Furthermore, devel...

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