Brian Carey, Strategic Growth Director of Kongsberg Digital joins the podcast to discuss the role of digitilisation and innovation in the Oil & Gas industry and how ESG will continue to shape and mould the sector. Listen to the full episode here.
Africa is a big continent, and many countries are at different stages of development from economic and energy access perspectives. The key drivers in the region include commitments to the Paris climate agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), one of which is access to clean and affordable energy. Read more here.
An African energy renaissance may be on the horizon, promising a reversal of fortunes for energy security across the continent. The oil and gas sector had shown exceptional promise prior to the Covid demand drop and subsequent project delays, nowhere else had a comparable rate of new oil and gas field discoveries. The result is a continental energy market that has embraced the potential for rapid development off the back of a natural resource boon.
Gas-to-Power is the popular choice among African states looking to diversify their energy mix away from coal, with gas power generation accounting for two-thirds of new capacity. Natural gas and LNG have been enjoying a renaissance in their broad utility throughout the energy transition, spurned onwards in popularity with the successive gas discoveries all along the African coast.
Due to the politicised nature of the Energy sector in Mexico, strong policies and foundations for successful monetization has fallen by the way side. A degree of politicisation is expected in national oil companies, and when looking around the globe this is often the case. However, in the instance of Mexico, politicisation is the defining feature.
Accelerated Mineral insights with Elliot Stone. Watch the Webinar here.
Bank Mineral Management and what the future holds for it. Visit the info page here.
Chris Leary, Investment Partner at Orion Energy Partners joins the Investor Series Podcast to explain more about what they consider to be environmentally innovative and walks us through some examples of environmentally innovative investments that Orion have made over the past year. Listen here.
Chris Phillips, CEO joins us from Phillips Energy to discuss the early days of the minerals space and how it has evolved over time. Listen Here.
David Spyker joins us from Freehold Royalties where he discusses the capital stack of their shareholder base, including their major shareholder CN Investment Division (CNID), which is a leading pension in Canada. Listen here.
Senegal has begun its economic recovery following the initial Covid-19 pandemic, notably pausing production of the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) and Sangomar gas fields. The Energy Council examines where these projects are now, one year on.
As the industry’s carbon footprint and social license to operate come under increasing pressure, we consider the future options available to the upstream industry that will allow it to function in the decades to come.
Chad Stephens joins us from PHX Minerals, a publicly traded minerals & royalties company on the NYSE. Chad walks us through his 40+ years of experience in the Upstream space. Listen Here.
Tyler Leon, Trent Leon and William Malloy at Tilden Capital discuss their track record in the Permian Basin and how Interest Rates and Taxes (Capital Gains + Ordinary Income) affect minerals transactions. Listen here.
Ahead of The Energy Council’s European Hydrogen Conference, we have taken a look at the evolving hydrogen relationship between the EU and Russian.
Ahead of The Energy Council’s European Hydrogen Conference, we have taken a look at 6 projects that will define how hydrogen is used into the future.
In this episode of the Women’s Energy Council Podcast, we hear from Lamé Verre, Co-Chair Europe & Sub-Saharan Africa at Lean In Energy whereby Lamé illustrates the power of a simple ‘yes’, as her decision to study in a different culture and language. Listen here.