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Articles tagged with: Hydrocarbon



Tanzania gearing up to capitalize on East African hydrocarbons bonanza

In a surprise announcement, Tanzania has beaten out Kenya in a race to carry land-locked Uganda’s oil to international markets. The Ugandan government in Kampala, had been expected to follow through with a previously mooted proposal to link its oil …



Interview: Adrian Cook – Managing Director, Carnarvon Petroleum, Australia

Carnarvon Petroleum’s MD, Adrian Cook, details how the company is capitalizing on its deep experience, substantial technical expertise and financial strength to take advantage of the current low cost environment and build an appealing asset portfolio in the North West …



Interview: Subramanian Sarma – CEO & MD, L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE), Abu Dhabi

LTHE’s Subramanian Sarma discusses the company’s formation as a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), with the ambition to sharpen the focus on the hydrocarbon business; the strategically important role of the Middle East; and how LTHE´s in-house expertise and …



Interview: Dr. Syamsu Alam – Upstream Director, Pertamina Indonesia

Pertamina’s upstream director reviews 2015’s domestic production in Indonesia, including its averaging demand and supply gap of approximately 600,000 bpd and highlights how international expansion will help Pertamina secure Indonesia’s energy supply. Moreover, he considers Indonesia’s hydrocarbon reserves, emphasizing the …



Interview: Indra Angelo – President Director & James Peter Parsons – Director, Altus Indonesia

The President Director and the Director of Altus Indonesia assess the ease of doing business in Indonesia, highlighting the challenges they encounter when bringing best practices, international standards and expertise into the Indonesian market. Furthermore they explain the need for …



Interview: Kardaya Warnika – Chairman, Commission VII, Indonesia

The chairman of the Indonesian parliament’s influential energy commission voices his opinions on a whole host of topical issues affecting the local hydrocarbons industry from the restructuring of the regulatory apparatus to the new oil and gas law in the …



Indonesian Energy: Rediscovering prowess on the world stage

After a period on the sidelines, Indonesia is now back again right at the forefront of international energy geopolitics having simultaneously reactivated its OPEC membership and been inaugurated into the International Energy Agency (IEA). On the face of it, Indonesia …



Interview: Hendra Lesmana – Country Manager, John Crane Indonesia

The country manager of John Crane Indonesia highlights the significance of after-sales services in the hydrocarbon market in order to be recognized as full solution provider. Furthermore he explains that the low commodity prices offer unique opportunities for companies engaging …



Interview: Henrik Fitinghoff, General Manager, Asia Pacific, MENCK, Singapore

“The growth of the deepwater theatre is inevitable because shallow water E&P is waning. The advantage Asia has is that there are a raft of state backed oil and gas entities that have a massive appetite for securing hydrocarbon and …



Interview: Robert Trice, CEO, Hurricane Energy, UK

Dr. Robert Trice, CEO of Hurricane Energy speaks about his company’s efforts to explore previously little considered fractured basement reservoirs. Detailing his businesses pioneering efforts, he also reveals the huge opportunity this resource represents for the entire UKCS. In Vietnam …



Interview: Paul Pedersen, CEO, Jasper Offshore, Singapore

“Singapore has a myriad of assets that makes this state an excellent place to run and build a business from and Singapore is a place where it is relatively easy to attract highly skilled expats. Nonetheless, the lack of ability …



Interview: Steffen Tunge, Managing Director, OSM Ship Management, Singapore

“A conspicuous challenge that is threatening to derail Singapore’s offshore and marine status is the sheer annual cost of hiring people. There is an acute talent issue here and this has been compounded by recent changes in labor laws. The …




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