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Ranking the Offshore Oil-Producing Countries
The top five offshore oil-producing nations produce 43% of all offshore oil.
Calculating Reserve Estimates Even for Solar Power Projects
Experts in reserves accounting are working on comparing renewable and nonrenewable resources.
Gas Hydrates: An Unconventional Resource Horizon for India
Gas hydrate resources in India are huge and potentially represent a global energy game changer if the technologies for production from hydrate reservoirs are techno-economically established.
Moving Closer to True Picture of the Fugitive Methane Problem
Too much natural gas lost in the atmosphere might be canceling out the climate benefits of using it in place of coal.
Iran Opens Field Investment to Global Bidders
The country hopes to attract between USD 70 billion and 100 billion in foreign investment in its upstream oil and gas sector.
Leveraging Innovation for Earnings in the Petro Industry
Innovation comes from thinking differently and creatively. It becomes commercial because of its desirability to users, viability in the marketplace, economic soundness, and its basis in workable technology.
US Oil Goes From Critical to Stable Condition
Recent surveys show that the industry is showing signs of stabilization.
Developing Countries’ Energy Demand to Grow
And the demand for natural gas will grow more than any other energy source.
Oil Market Surplus Could Grow in 2017
Long-term oil prices will track with costs and likely won't revert to the margin-inflated patterns of the shale boom, according to speakers at the Deloitte Oil & Gas Conference.