Energy’s Future And The Ongoing Election Cycle

While two contentious nominees vie for the presidency, and even afterward, energy will continue to make the world go ’round.

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Mexico Energy Secretary: Reforms Ride Out Tempest

Mexico’s energy company is struggling and auctions continue to lag, particularly in unconventional areas.

Subsea Compression Technology Takes Shape

Having successfully completed testing of the world’s first subsea gas compression system on the Ormen Lange Pilot project offshore Norway, Anglo Dutch major Shell and its partners are now gearing up to kick start the process of simplifying the total system that is seen as the next step for the technology, GE Oil & Gas said.

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Paradigm CEO Shares Insight On Surviving The Downturn

The company is among those that have formed partnerships while strengthening existing relationships with E&Ps.

Could Becoming Creatures Of Habit Help Stabilize The Oil and Gas Industry?

Embracing manufacturing standardization would lead to better productivity, increased reliability and lower costs.

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Shell President Talks LNG, Climate Change And No-Wind Scenarios

From ‘keep it in the ground’ to natural gas as a bridge fuel for the future, Bruce Culpepper offers scenarios for oil and gas in 2050.

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Challenging Times Offer Opportunity To Invest In Future Leaders

Companies should cultivate leaders with the skills and mindset to remain strong in any business climate.