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3 Ways The 2014 UK Budget Will Affect Oil & Gas

Contributor: Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Posted: 3/19/2014

3 Ways The 2014 UK Budget Will Affect Oil & Gas - Timothy Haïdar, EIC

On Wednesday March 19th, British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne presented his budget to the assembled Houses of Parliament. The tax breaks announced in the 2013 budget prompted an additional £7 billion ($11.6 billion) in investments in 2013, so what will the 2014 statement have in store for the oil and gas industry? Full Article »


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Shale Revolution: Evolving Policy in the Face of Changing Regulations -

Gary Slagel, Director of Government Affairs for natural gas and coal producer CONSOL Energy, explores the range of regulatory issues facing upstream operators with regards to on site development and drilling in the shale gas fields. Full Video »


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The Optimism Bias - Megaprojects Fail Because We Are Hardcoded To Lie

Contributor: Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Posted: 2/25/2014


The Optimism Bias - Megaprojects Fail Because We Are Hardcoded To Lie - Timothy Haïdar, EIC

In this exclusive podcast for Oil and Gas IQ, Tim Haïdar speaks with Giorgio Locatelli, Member of EU Megaproject Initiative and Senior Lecturer at the University of Lincoln. In the course of his interview, Giorgio divulges some of thefindings of his research, including the startlingfact that we may, as a species, be the fundamental reason why four out of five megaprojects come in late and over budget! Full Podcast »


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Editorial: Paving The Way For A British Energy Revolution?

Contributor: Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Posted: 7/29/2014


Editorial: Paving The Way For A British Energy Revolution? - Timothy Haïdar, EIC

On Monday, the British government opened its first oil and gas on-shore licensing round for six years. Decline in production and revenues from North Sea reserves, coupled with recent instability in natural gas provision from Eurasia has made domestic hydrocarbon production an imperative for the coalition government. Full Column »


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How Offshore Drilling Companies Realize ROI on an EAM Software Investment

In this whitepaper, we will discuss the EAM software features that can play a role in software project ROI for drilling contractors as well as specific, discrete steps to take during implementation. We will draw on our experiences with the offshore drilling industry across the world, which have taught us which concerns ought to be addressed by EAM software in this industry Full Whitepaper »


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A Global Resource Standard - the United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Reserves and Resources 2009

Speaking at Oil & Gas IQ’s 8th Annual Global Reserves Conference in Mayfair, London, Charlotte Griffiths of the UN Economic Commission for Europe’s Sustainable Energy Division, delivers her presentation elucidating the latest update to the United Nations Framework Classification For Fossil Energy And Mineral Reserves And Resources 2009 (UNFC-2009). Full Presentation »


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