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Posted: 05/13/2016
Jared Head
The Obama Administration will be a submitting a new $10/bbl Oil Tax Plan in 2016. How will this impact the oil & gas industry and what the 10 BIGGEST pro-oil influencers have to say about it. Listen to the full podcast with oil and gas expert Jared Head in the player below. Full Article »
Posted: 06/30/2015
Motorola Solutions for Oil & Gas: TETRA Radios for the Energy Sector
Energy production operates in a unique environment which demands constant assessment to anticipate and react to anything that could interrupt its everyday smooth running. This short story illustrates how the transmission of voice and data communications over a dedicated TETRA network works to help alleviate potential threats to efficient and safe Full Video »
Contributor: Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Posted: 01/11/2015
In this exclusive interview, we speak with Eduardo Lora-Tamayo, Project Manager IT at Spanish-based muti-utility Gas Natural Fenosa about the "Hermes" program he devised and rolled out. Gas Natural Fenosa has a user base of some 20 million customers, and the Hermes mobility platform has allowed frontline staff to use real-time information to make Full Podcast »
Posted: 06/17/2016
June 17th 1944, Þingvellir, Bláskógabyggð, Kingdom of Iceland, 1:30pm – A country at war. A bloodless occupation that began four years ago with the landing of an initial force of 746 ill-equipped and barely-trained British marines has now swelled to equal the size of the indigenous male population. Full Column »
Contributor: Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Posted: 05/10/2016
Timothy Haïdar, EIC
According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the world shipping fleet grew by 3.5 per cent to carry 1.75 billion deadweight tonnage (DWT) of cargo in 2015. As ships get bigger and international trade increases, ports are having to expand to accommodate increasing volumes of goods passing through their jurisdictions. In this infographic, we focus on eight European ports that are undergoing the renovations and upgrades needed to keep ahead of the game in the maritime trade sector. Full Whitepaper »