The Energy Council sat down with Scot Evans, CEO of ReconAfrica ahead of the World Energy Capital Assembly and Africa Energy Capital Assembly 2021.
The Energy Council sat down with Tassos Vlassopoulos ahead of the World Energy Capital Assembly 2021.
The Energy Council sat down with Mitch Flegg ahead of the World Energy Capital Assembly 2021.
The Energy Council sat down with Dr Nick Mayhew, Chief Commercial Officer at Axora, to discuss the business’ approach to working with O&G leaders and their recent Innovation Report.
Many of the household major oil and gas companies have begun shifting their market position to better prepare for the impending climate revolution. This energy supply shift has been imagined in several scenarios, which in essence are distilled to: our current path, our stated path and the necessary path needed to reach net-zero emissions. Inevitably, the stuttering and profiteering has led us to the brink and now we, as a global society, must rely on our ingenuity to restore the planet to a stable state.
Easier said than done, of course, however making this process possible is the integration of advanced digital technologies into robust, legacy mechanical technologies. The rise of this digitalization has been known in the industry, as Oil and Gas 4.0 – referring to the technological era of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
In the current state of affairs, we simply can not do enough to promote the positive factors associated with our industry. I believe that we must continue to encourage discussions, at every level, that put Canada’s long term economic interests ahead of regional political interests.
Mexico Power Day is the Clean Energy stream of the Mexico Energy Assembly. It gives access to off-record insights in an exclusive C-Level environment, with no press and no sales pitches. Find out what we learned.
The Canada Assembly & Dinner is the birthplace of the Women’s Energy Council (WEC) and Canada has been more active than anywhere else in the world for this platform.
In 2019, we expect more than 9% in production growth, thanks to the ramp-ups of large projects like Kaombo or Egina plus some start-ups in Brazil, UK and Norway. But we can also expect a volatile Oil & Gas environment! This is why we will maintain financial discipline and pressure on cost reduction to further reduce our break even so as to remain profitable whatever the oil price and be able to invest in the company for the future..
Although new exploration is expected to bounce back from 2018 levels, the OGUK has cautioned that drilling activity continues to stand at a “record low rate” and supply chain firms remain under significant financial stress.
The United States has taken a unique view on the issues of mineral rights and developed a system that is typically only found in that country. We explore this maze of uncertainty.