Relationships between National Oil Companies (NOCs) and International Oil Companies (IOCs) have changed over the past twenty years as NOCs have broadened their activities to include exerting greater influence on managing their countries’ resources, the selection of which IOCs should participate in LNG projects and more involvement in the development of LNG project structures. In […]
Every so often a company signs an agreement so advantageous it becomes part of corporate lore and is analyzed in business school textbooks for years to come. In 1994, a consortium of foreign oil companies known as the Sakhalin Energy Investment Corporation (SEIC) believed it had signed just such a deal with the Russian government […]
Power and Order: the Energy Dimension, also by Dr Robert Skinner, for his introduction of ‘Power and Order: the Energy Dimension’ for the Global Policy Council conference “Global Power and International Order in the 21st Century” held in Berlin, 2-3 June 2006.
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OIES’s @thierry_bros in @ru_rbc "...it is going to be difficult but essential to move to € denominated commodity tr… https://t.co/9wCsJakTpS
Oxford Energy Podcast – Current Trends in the US Shale Oil Industry https://t.co/XCr1ch6qfN