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LNG: Global Industry Trends for 2018
19 September 2017
LNG is a rapidly growing market and 2018 is the tipping point. Export growth is set to peak, led by major capacity additions in the US and Australia. Demand growth – led by emerging Asia – will also accelerate, but will significantly lag the growth in supply, driving spot prices further down. Sustained oversupply, renewed spot price weakness and the shift in demand growth from developed to emerging markets has major implications for the shape and direction of the global LNG market. This 37 page report offers a deep-dive into the outlook on global supply and demand, trends in pricing and innovations in technology, contracts and financing in the sector.
Brexit strategy: Energy outlook
19 September 2017
As the United Kingdom navigates its exit from the European Union, the impact on the country’s energy markets has been largely overlooked in favour of talk about trade deals or divorce payments. However, issues such as membership of the Internal Energy Market, the supply of natural gas, renewable energy targets, pipelines and electricity interconnectors are of huge importance. Garry Pegg and Ilan Kotkis, partners at King & Spalding in London, look at some of the aspects of the post-Brexit energy landscape.
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The quiet revolution: energy in the CEE
30 November 2016
In association with MOL Group, this report looks at the changing opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe
Collaboration in energy
1 October 2016
In association with Cotemar, this report takes a look at the benefits of collaboration in the energy industry
The North Sea: The next 10 years
1 September 2015
Whilst the north Sea is one of the most mature oil and gas basins in the world, it is a relatively new area of operation for MOL. This report looks at the opportunities there
Connecting the Dots from Asset Performance Management to Profitability
17 October 2017

Date: Wednesday 8 November 2017
Time: 10am EST | 3pm GMT | 4pm CET

How are today’s industry executives maximizing the reliability and value of their assets? With asset performance management powered by the Industrial Internet of Things and machine learning, companies can now leverage both equipment and process data to extend the life of their assets and achieve optimum reliability.

In this live webcast presented by ARC Advisory Group Vice President Ralph Rio and AspenTech Senior Vice President John Hague, you’ll learn how Asset Performance Management (APM) 2.0 is enabling companies to:

  • Break down barriers between operations and maintenance
  • Leverage the availability of equipment and process data to drive new advances in both predictive and prescriptive maintenance
  • Achieve a higher return on assets

Who Should Attend? Operating, maintenance, technology, and engineering leaders responsible for asset operations and effectiveness.

The webcast will also include case study examples of companies maximising profitability with asset performance management.

Plus you can ask the experts with a live question and answer session—register today!

Upstream’s digital future: using data analytics to drive down costs
28 June 2017

Recorded: Wednesday 28 June 2017

Experts from Petroleum Economist and AspenTech joined forces for this free webcast where they shared how using data can give operators a strategic advantage by increasing efficiency and boosting margins.

Insights from an exclusive survey of upstream industry executives were presented, including:

  • The rate of adoption of data analytics projects in the upstream industry
  • The benefits of using machine learning and predictive modelling technology as well as the expected timeline for achieving results
  • The equipment types and production domains which benefit most from data analytics

Case study examples of upstream companies are given which illustrate how they're already reducing production costs using data analytics. Don’t get left behind—view on demand now!

Energy Web Atlas: LNG
15 September 2017

The Energy Web Atlas’ Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) map is a comprehensive source of actionable project intelligence and facility data. Updated in real time, the web-based, GIS platform allows users to access the latest facility/project data (including status and ownership), detailed pipeline information, vessel/shipping information and more.

The platform serves as a single reference source for global LNG data and allows users to interrogate project information, export and manipulate data, and secure the know-how needed to stay ahead of the competition.

The ESRI-based platform is updated in real time by a dedicated support team, thereby ensuring that the latest LNG data—regardless of location—is just a click away.

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Interactive World LNG Map
8 April 2016

First developed in 2012, Petroleum Economist's interactive maps build on the brand's reputation for cartographic excellence, while allowing users enhanced flexibility in how they use the information:

  • Zoom from global overview to country-level detail
  • Access project data, including status and ownership
  • Filter the map view to create tailored maps
  • Capture images for use in presentations and reports
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Petroleum Economist glossary

The Petroleum Economist glossary is a comprehensive tool built to enable readers to better understand oil and gas markets.