Weathering energy’s changing dynamics (1)
Pipeline discusses the underlying current of change in the global hydrocarbons industry with Edward Daniels, executive vice president – Commercial and New Business Development at Shell Upstream International.
Jordan signs oil and gas exploration deal with IPG
In addition to exploring for hydrocarbons in al-Safawi, the agreement also covers increasing gas production levels at the al-Risheh field from 12.5 million cubic feet per day to 50 million cubic feet per day.
Eni expands operations in Tunisia
Laarich East-1, which is 5 kilometers away from the oil treatment center in the concession, has reached the final depth of 4,111 meters discovering hydrocarbons in sandstone layers of Silurian and Ordovician age.
ADNOC CEO sees demand growth from America, India, China
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, anticipates growth global energy demand from North and South America, amid technology advances and a surge in petrochemical demand from India and China, its CEO said......
IHS: Tough times for the global economy
Nariman Behravesh, chief economist at IHS, talks to Pipeline about the impact of US shale oil, the slowdown of the Chinese economy and the reintroduction of Iranian oil on the global economy.
Mexico’s great potential
Mexico has a large amount of reserves and has great potential to develop new projects, even in a low oil price environment. We speak exclusively to Guillermo García Alcocer Head of Policies for Exploration and Extraction of Hydrocarbons at Mexico’s Minist......
Technip and FMC Technologies in $13bn merger
France's Technip and oilfield services firm FMC Technologies have agreed to merge in a US$13 billion deal in response to low oil prices that creates a global firm covering a wide range of areas from subsea to the surface.