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Interview: Eduardo Raúl Costa – National deputy of Santa Cruz & Vice President, Energy Commission, Argentina

Eduardo Raúl Costa, national deputy of the province of Santa Cruz and VP of the Energy Commission of the Deputy Chamber, discusses the evolution of  energy policy in Argentina, attracting investment to unlock the nation’s energy potential, and the role …

04.07.2016

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Interview: Dr. James Mataragio – Managing Director of the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation

The TPDC’s Managing Director discusses his motivations for joining the organization, the restructuring of the Tanzanian O&G market, long-term plans including investment into LNG, and exploring Tanzania and East Africa’s enormous potential. Could you please introduce yourself to our readers mentioning …

22.03.2016


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Interview: Dr. James Mataragio – Managing Director, Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation

The TPDC’s Managing Director discusses his motivations for joining the organization, the restructuring of the Tanzanian O&G market, long-term plans including investment into LNG, and exploring Tanzania and East Africa’s enormous potential. Could you please introduce yourself to our readers mentioning …

18.03.2016

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Interview: Tony Cooper – CEO, Energetics, Australia

The CEO of carbon and energy management consultancy, Energetics, Tony Cooper discusses the main takeaways from the COP21 conference in Paris, and their implications for Australia’s climate change targets. He also describes the value to the bottom line that can …

22.01.2016


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Interview: Ari Hernanto Soemarno – Former CEO, Pertamina – Indonesia

The former CEO of Indonesia’s iconic national oil company, Pertamina, and an informal advisor to the presidency, reflects on the primary challenges facing both the new government and the state oil and gas champion. You are renowned for your leadership …

21.08.2015

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Interview: Satya Widya Yudha – Vice Chairman, Commission VII, House of Representatives of Indonesia

The vice-chairman of the Indonesian parliament’s influential energy commission voices his opinions on a whole host of topical issues affecting the local hydrocarbons industry for the nation’s return to OPEC to the new oil and gas law in the making. …

21.08.2015


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Interview: Sid Ali Betata – Chairman, Executive Committee, ALNAFT – Algeria

The president of ALNAFT comes back on the 10 years of existence of the agency and its role, and explains the Algerian hydrocarbon environment and partnership opportunities ALNAFT recently turned ten years old. At the time, the idea to set …

30.07.2015

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Interview: Daoud Sahbi – President, Energy Club – Algeria

The president of Algeria’s Energy Club discusses the future of Algeria’s energy mix and the evolution of the country’s energy regulation environment. What does Algeria offer international markets, particularly in terms of unconventionals? I think Algeria will be forced to …

21.07.2015


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European Energy Security Through Gas: The Netherlands, And The Viability Of The Gas Roundabout

Following the discovery of the Groningen gas field in 1959, a giant natural gas field located in the northeast of the country, the Netherlands started to become heavily involved in the domestic production and international exportation of natural gas. After …

30.04.2015

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Jean-Marie Chevalier – Professor Emeritus, Center of Energy Economics and Geopolitics, Dauphine University Paris

Jean-Marie Chevalier is Professor emeritus of economics at the Paris-Dauphine University and a Senior Associate at Cambridge Energy Research Associates. In 2010, he was commissioned by Christine Lagarde,  the current Managing Director of the IMF to produce a report on …

24.03.2015


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Can Shale Gas Save The Netherlands?

With estimates in the USA citing an overall increase in employment of between 500,000 – 600,000 jobs attributable to the shale gas resource boom, it is understandable why policymakers are intrigued by the potential for shale gas resources to rejuvenate …

26.11.2014

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Cuadrilla Resources – Frank de Boer, Director – Netherlands

Frank de Boer of Cuadrilla Resources discusses the potential for shale gas in the Netherlands, and the opportunity that exists for companies seeking to exploit it. Specifically to Cuadrilla, he describes the innovative and substantive measures the business has taken to …

25.11.2014


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