Author: Muqsit Ashaf
The re-emergence of convergence
30 May 2014
What does the next decade hold for global gas markets? Manas Satapathy, Nuri Demirdoven, Al Escher, and Muqsit Ashraf, of SBC, take a look
The next decade to hold greater international flows of gas
29 May 2014
Manas Satapathy, Nuri Demirdoven, Al Escher, and Muqsit Ashraf, of SBC, take a look at global gas markets over the next decade
The global quest for light tight oil as US production rises
3 January 2013
Forecasts for growth in US oil production and reserves have risen dramatically, thanks to light tight oil. Operators, investors, regulators and politicians are pondering light tight oil's potential and the likely implications for global oil supply and demand
Water: Managing a strategic resource
18 July 2011
Water is critical to the energy industry, especially for oil and gas extraction. But water issues carry significant business risk and require strategic planning
Unconventional gas’s global potential
18 July 2011
Natural gas is increasingly prominent as a global energy source because of its low-carbon footprint. Unconventional resources will play a critical role in meeting demand, write Herve Wilczynski and Muqsit Ashraf*