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  • January 29,2016 by Sumit Dutta
    #OGIP16: Highlights from Oil & Gas IP Summit 2016

    The Oil & Gas IQ team were in London this week for the 2016 Oil and Gas Intellectual Property Summit. The event brought together IP experts and leaders to discuss best practice for IP Portfolio Management and Innovation. Here are some of the highlights from Twitter.

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  • January 22,2016 by Oil & Gas Top 10s
    Heated Tensions In The Year Of The Fire Monkey?

    In the Chinese zodiac, we find a cycle of twelve animals that codes for twelve years, and a “generating cycle” of five elements attributable to these years. On February 8th 2016, for the first time since 1956, 1.3 billion Chinese will be celebrating the dawn of the Year of the Fire Monkey. According to zodiacal lore, the Fire Monkey is dynamic and creative but actively aggressive and controlling to the point of overbearingness. Expect the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to stoke further confrontation in the disputed and gas-rich South China Sea, and Chinese companies to engage in forceful forays into the mergers and acquisitions market.

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    Tags: 2016 | china | fire monkey
  • January 13,2016 by Sumit Dutta
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    This infographic brings together some of the key numbers relating to the future of the decommissioning in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) region. It provides an easy visual guide to the shift in emphasis towards decommissioning projects and demonstrates the scale of the challenges ahead.

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  • January 13,2016 by Sumit Dutta
    Webcast: ICS & Cyber Security: Are you doing the best you can?

    During this webinar we will use the intelligence gained from our comprehensive survey and dig deeper into the answers given, offer fortifying insights and suggestions. Additionally we will share example scenarios on how we believe IT Security should become a continuous process.

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  • January 8,2016 by Oliver Zuber
    Can The Oil & Gas Industry Invigorate Existing Workforce Communications?

    The oil and gas sector has always been an early adaptor of innovations in mobile communications. Teams operating in the harshest of remote working environments have embraced DMR and TETRA radio networks but are now looking to extend their capabilities.

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  • January 8,2016 by Mark La Pensee
    Smarter By Design? The MTP8000EX Series

    Before we set about developing the next generation MTP8000Ex Series our key aim was to make a smarter ATEX radio that better addressed the needs of its users – the workers in hazardous environments. We listened to the challenges and frustrations these workers faced every day and did something about them. All with the aim of increasing their efficiency and improving their safety in hazardous environments whilst at the same time making the radios easier to use than ever before.

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  • January 8,2016 by Mark La Pensee
    MTP8000EX Series Tetra Atex Radio: Safety Always Comes First

    When designing an ATEX radio safety comes first – it’s really that simple. That’s why we built the next generation of TETRA ATEX radios, the MTP8000Ex Series to be safer than ever before. They are designed to be the communications lifeline for workers, protecting them and keeping them safe in the most hazardous environments whether they are a maintenance team at an oil refinery or firefighters responding to an incident at a chemical plant.

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  • January 8,2016 by Mark La Pensee
    How Do You Optimise Communications In Hazardous Environments?

    We are a society of consumers. We grow, extract and process materials and food stuffs into those everyday products that we take for granted. But when was the last time you even considered how complicated, difficult or even dangerous the processes might be behind food on our table or the latest must have gadget?

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  • January 1,2016 by Oil & Gas Top 10s
    Oil, Gas & Geopolitics: Predictions For 2016

    On January 1st 2015, with oil at $53 a barrel, who would have bet it would be a measly $30 twelve months later? Who would have bet that Iran would have come in from the cold, or China would go into economic freefall or that the European Union would have been inundated by an unrelenting flow of Middle Eastern refugees? Had anyone played those odds, they would have become a very rich man on New Year’s Day 2016, so fraught with failure is presumption that seeks to be prophecy. Nevertheless, last year we made several predictions that came to fruition, and an educated guess is seldom misspent when there is no money on the line. In this feature we count down ten predictions that will impact the world of oil and gas over the next year.

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  • January 1,2016 by Oil & Gas Top 10s
    Turkey To Annex Northern Iraq And Syria?

    If it was a bad year for Russia, then the close of 2015 was even worse for Turkey. The country suffered four separate Islamic state-related terror attacks in 2015, claiming the lives of 193 people and injuring at least 750 in a wave of violence that began in January. Allegations of corruption, crackdowns on opponents of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the mediasphere, and flaring jingoism have piqued the attention of the international community.

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    Tags: 2016 | turkey | isis
  • January 1,2016 by Oil & Gas Top 10s
    Conflict In The Caucasus? Azeri-Armenian Relations To Turn Nasty?

    Few people know how to pronounce Nagorno-Karabakh, let alone where it is in the world. This may all change in 2016, as tensions in this 4,400 km2 disputed area reach boiling point and spill over into bloodshed. From 1988 to 1994, an ethnic war played out in the South Caucasus Mountains between ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh supported by the Republic of Armenia, and the Republic of Azerbaijan.

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