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ADNOC-ledging the Need for Change

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), one of the world’s major oil producers in a strategically crucial region, is restructuring itself to increase operational efficiency and ensure it remains a core contributor to the future prosperity of the UAE. …



Argentina: Taking its Place in the Global Landscape

A new presidency in Argentina means the country is once again open for business in oil and gas and poised to regain its place on the top table of global energy. Argentina was a longstanding oil and gas player until 2011, …



New Normal in the UAE: Operational Efficiency

Despite being in a region where the average lifting cost is estimated to be around USD 27 and high underground pressure forces crude oil to literally gush out of the ground, not even the UAE cannot afford to ignore the …



Seizing the Moment in Tanzania

In Tanzania, new oil and gas legislation, a proactive president fighting against corruption, big gas discoveries, and a potentially game-changing LNG export plant mean that opportunities abound. “Despite this being a very new industry for us, we are making definite headway …



Perth: Energy hub at the End of the World

Rome wasn’t build in a day, neither was Houston. In little over a decade, however, Perth has successfully, albeit rather abruptly, transformed itself into a thriving melting pot of hydrocarbons expertise. Today West Australia’s capital city boasts over 85,000-industry professionals …



East African Gas: The Race Is On

East African neighbors Tanzania and Mozambique both have abundant natural gas resources; the race is now on to see which nation can best capitalize on them. No one can accuse Tanzania of dithering when it comes to normalizing its nascent oil and …



Lindi: Tanzania’s Jewel in the Crown

Tanzania’s proposed LNG export plant, to be based in the southern town of Lindi close to the deep-sea offshore blocks where most of Tanzania’s gas discoveries have been made, has the potential to be a game-changer in the history of …



Counter-Cyclicality in the “New Normal”

“The oil industry has changed for good.” This, at least, is the perspective of many an analyst when contemplating an oil price stubbornly languishing below $50 USD per barrel. The price of oil has, of course, dropped many a time …



Australian EPC: After the Party?

Attracted in by Australia’s unprecedented pipeline of supersize LNG projects over the last decade and the country’s stable governance, most of the major multinational engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) players have long considered it worth their while to establish a …



Abu Dhabi Business Forum 2016: unlocking the private sector for a sustainable future

Topics discussed at the first Abu Dhabi Business Forum included private sector engagement, fostering sustainability, and moving beyond oil towards a more diversified economy. Billed as a platform for cooperative dialogue between senior government officials, businessmen and private sector representatives, the …



Endgame for OPEC?

In the wake of the failure to construct a united front against stuttering oil prices at last month’s OPEC summit in Doha, Igor Sechin, CEO of Russia’s state champion Rosneft, mused that the cartel “had practically ceased to exist as …



Clear Skies ahead for hydrocarbons in Australia’s “Sunshine State”?

Queensland is fast emerging as a new frontier for oil and gas, with USD 65 billion worth of extraction projects already under construction in the region. The sunniest place in Australia is spearheading an unprecedented gas boom, shifting towards becoming …




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