The volatile 10
21 March 2018
As the oil market regains balance, risk will affect the price. Here's where to watch
Digi-OE: the merger that every energy company should do
15 November 2019
Merging digital technologies with operations excellence is the new lever for performance improvement
Oil's volatility hastening decline in oil-indexed LNG pricing
1 June 2019
The pricing of often decades-long liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts is becoming more unpredictable as a result of oil price swings
ExxonMobil announces Power Play finalists
4 August 2020
Community voting is now open across the three categories for the awards, which champion inclusion and diversity by celebrating remarkable women and men in the LNG industry
Positioning for a lower-carbon energy future
1 July 2020
Energy is essential. Accessible and affordable supplies of energy support the ability to meet the basic requirements of life and fuel society's progress around the world.
ExxonMobil takes the long-term view
1 June 2020
The firm’s head of LNG remains confident for a growing role for gas in the energy future
NGC prepares for brighter future for LNG
26 May 2020
The LNG market faces challenges due to excess supply and the impact of Covid-19, but Trinidad’s state gas company has a strategy for the long term.
Have your say on industry diversity
27 April 2020
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to disrupt our daily lives and the economic landscape changes, we must not lose focus on other important issues within our industry
LNG: The drive for efficiency in increasingly challenging times
27 April 2020
Progress continues to be made on driving down costs to help LNG meet the industry’s dual challenge
PE Live: Hydrogen storage to boost offshore wind
3 August 2020
The ability to store and transport energy as hydrogen means that far more locations in the North Sea and elsewhere become viable for wind generation
PE Live: Local hydrogen policies may shape global industry
25 July 2020
EU member states and US state governments may have more impact on the development of the hydrogen economy than EU institutions or the US federal government
PE Live: Hydrogen set for widespread industrial use
18 July 2020
Technology for using hydrogen to reduce CO2 emissions is proven and large-scale projects are in development across power, steelmaking and maritime fuels among many sectors
Green recovery to accelerate the energy transition
30 June 2020
Decarbonising the energy system must go beyond expanding the utilisation of renewable energy to include measures that tackle emissions from continued hydrocarbon production and consumption
International carbon markets update
30 June 2020
Covid-19 is having a multi-faceted impact on existing and proposed emissions trading initiatives
Hydrogen paves the way to decarbonisation
30 June 2020
While the ultimate global aim is zero-carbon green hydrogen, there is a key role for every other colour of production in the construction of a hydrogen economy
Why major oil and gas projects go wrong
8 February 2020
The underlying causes of disruptions and disputes could be moderated by improving contracts, audits and controls
Building growth strategies on shifting sands
21 May 2019
Supply and demand fundamentals are being disrupted by trade tensions and uncertainties over the energy transition
Culture is critical in New Energy dealmaking
7 November 2019
In the New Energy environment, culture may sometimes trump traditional calculations in determining deal success
Sponsored: How Europe's gas industry can decarbonise and transform energy power sectors
6 June 2019
New policies and regulations are essential to speed up the gas evolution
Disruption shapes oil and gas M&A at a time of oil price volatility
18 December 2018
Technology's growing importance in building resilience to volatility means that digital capabilities will likely be a notable driver of acquisitions in 2019