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Martin Richards, José María Sotomayor, and Rune Olsen
As the price of crude oil again approaches five-year lows, it’s more critical than ever for owner-operators to effectively manage the collaboration with their extended teams of suppliers and vendors. Despite the changing market dynamics, energy companies continue to invest in a growing number of capital projects, especially in emerging Read more
Tags: suppliers | emc | martin richards | collaboration | automation | security
August 4, 2015 by Martin Richards, José María Sotomayor, and Rune Olsen
Tim Haïdar
In the Cradle of Democracy, the Hellenic Republic has been granted another reprieve by its international creditors. On June 30th, the "Master Financial Assistance Facility Agreement" – Greece’s ongoing European Central Bank (ECB) bailout fund would expire and the beleaguered nation would have had to pay back & Read more
Tags: oil price | Greece | euro | eurozone | grexit | russia | spot price | contango | ecb
June 22, 2015 by Tim Haïdar
Tim Haïdar
As the nations that are pushing for a settlement with Iran meet for the 47th G7 Summit in the palatial surroundings of Schloss Elmau in Germany’s Wetterstein mountains, US President, Barack Obama set down a series of stark warnings. Aside from those that concerned Russia’s power projection into Ukraine and the ongoing FIFA Read more
Tags: cyber security | oil | gas | opec | g7
June 8, 2015 by Tim Haïdar
Tim Haïdar
As Ali Al-Naimi, the Saudi minister of petroleum and mineral resources, tells CNBC that: "no one can set the price of oil - it's up to Allah", similarly seismic statements have been made in the land of his birth over the past week. In what amounts to a political and dynastic reshuffle, 78-year old ruler, King Salman, who acceded to Read more
Tags: saudi aramco | oil | gas | king salman | mohammed bin salman | mahammed bin nayef
May 4, 2015 by Tim Haïdar