As things get tougher in the upstream oil and gas industry, an industry professional has looked at some necessary actions to remain afloat. He also identifies some areas that should not be meddled with. Do not forget to contribute by leaving a comment here or on any of our social media platforms. Feel free to share with your friends as well Continue reading “Remain Profitable as Oil Price drops – the DOs and the DONTs for Oil Companies, Investors and Employees.” »
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The oil price has fallen by more than 45% since June, when it was $115 a barrel. It is now below $64. This comes after nearly five years of stability. At a meeting in Vienna on November 27th the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which controls nearly 40% of the world market, failed to reach agreement on production curbs, sending the price tumbling. Also hard hit are oil-exporting countries such as Russia (where the Ruble has hit record lows), Nigeria, Iran and Venezuela. Continue reading “Crude Oil Price; What Drives It?” »
A recent report from Ernst & Young (EY) shows expected areas of intense oil and gas growth in Africa as believed by the company’s experts.
Noting that many African nations have seen a great deal of social, political and economic reform since Continue reading “Top 10 Africa Oil and Gas Hotspots” »
Australia once again tops the list of the ten highest paying jobs in oil and gas released by Swift Worldwide Resources, but Nigeria is a new country on the list that ranks just below the returning leader. Continue reading “10 highest paid contract jobs in oil and gas industry” »
The Africa Oil & Gas Review is an in-depth report on the current developments in the Oil and Gas Industry in Africa; published by PwC. The July 2014 edition looks at developments in the African oil and gas industry. It reviewed valuable experience and views of industry players across the African continent, Continue reading “PwC Releases Africa Oil and Gas Review for July 2014; Predicts a Boom in the Industry” »