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Results from energy fact finding mission to be presented at special event

12/04/2017

The Energy Industries Council (EIC) CEO Stuart Broadley has just finished a fact-finding tour of UK energy companies, visiting 26 EIC member organisations, which represent the full range of energy sectors and companies of all sizes, to discover what strategies they have put into place to not only survive but in fact thrive during the current challenging market conditions.

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New kit to revolutionise inspection techniques for NDT industry

03/04/2017

The NDT industry has long required an inspection technique that accurately determines the condition of pipe surfaces below formed scabs. The latest Pulsed Eddy Current (PEC) technology provides just such a solution – and can be applied while pipes are still in service.

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Event: Preparing for the future of energy – thriving in complex and uncertain times

22/03/2017

The Price College of Business Energy Institute at the University of Oklahoma will host its fifth annual Energy Symposium, March 30, 2017, at the Devon Energy Center in Oklahoma City. The event will feature two panel sessions: “Forces Shaping the Future of Energy – Global and U.S. Big Picture” and “Challenges and Opportunities in the U.S.” The sessions will focus on the impact of technology and innovation in areas such as global supply and demand. Speakers from areas in business and academia will encourage discussion on challenges facing the energy industry. Energy Institute board of advisors members, Mike Stice and Bruce Stover, will moderate both panel sessions.

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Corrosion erodes safety margins and bottom line

17/03/2017

In this, the first of a series of bi-monthly articles, I’m taking a general look at how financial decision-making during new offshore construction may have long-term consequences due to degradation mechanisms.

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Oil price and Big Oil; But what about the SMEs?

16/03/2017

Rebalancing the oil & gas market has brought sharply into focus the role of subject matter experts and small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) as problem solvers via indirect and creative approaches, typically through viewing problems in a new and unusual light to deliver innovation.

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Event: Preparing for the future of energy – thriving in complex and uncertain times

10/03/2017

The Price College of Business Energy Institute at the University of Oklahoma will host its fifth annual Energy Symposium, March 30, 2017, at the Devon Energy Center in Oklahoma City. The event will feature two panel sessions: “Forces Shaping the Future of Energy – Global and U.S. Big Picture” and “Challenges and Opportunities in the U.S.” The sessions will focus on the impact of technology and innovation in areas such as global supply and demand. Speakers from areas in business and academia will encourage discussion on challenges facing the energy industry. Energy Institute board of advisors members, Mike Stice and Bruce Stover, will moderate both panel sessions.

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Offshore Europe launches OE&Me with Sir Ian Wood

08/03/2017

Industry doyen Sir Ian Wood has kicked-off a new campaign ahead of SPE Offshore Europe 2017 to encourage previous and future visitors, exhibitors and speakers to share their experiences of the event and what they are looking forward to seeing at September’s conference and exhibition.

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Thinking of selling your business? What you need to know here

20/02/2017

The number of Mergers & Acquisitions (“M&A”) completed within the UK Oil & Gas market during 2016 was significantly lower than we have seen in recent years as uncertainty throughout the sector remained. 2016 was a year of adapting to the lower oil price and for most businesses this was achieved by reducing costs. However, confidence is gradually returning and we are seeing more corporate buyers and investors actively looking for acquisition opportunities.