People - Exclusives
Dr. Michael Economides discussed energy geopolitics during his Expert Editorial presentation at Winter NAPE 2011.
"To me, the art of the deal is those things outside the financial parameters," J.P. Bryan, CEO of Torch Energy Advisors and Rescaca Exploitation, told the Houston Energy Finance Group recently.
From shale development and gas demand to sustainability and beefing up the Texas university system’s image, this Renaissance man has a lot on his mind.
Michael Economides, author and professor at Cullen College of Engineering, University of Houston, weighs in on energy-hungry China.
Judy Murray, Editor, E&P, reports from the Society of Petroleum Engineers Conference in Florence, Italy: Opening general session panel notes oil and gas industry will have to invest significantly to meet growing demand.
Rhonda Duey, Senior Editor, E&P, reports from the Society of Petroleum Engineers Conference in Florence, Italy. As members flock to Florence for the annual meeting, the incoming and outgoing presidents reflect on the future of SPE.
Don Lyle, Contributing Editor, reports from WEC Montréal 2010:Technology squeezes more value from the world's fossil fuel base.
Contributing editor Don Lyle reports from WEC Montréal 2010: Panelists discussing the World Energy Council Study on World Energy and Climate Policies Assessment listed positive accomplishments while voicing acontinuing need for collaboration in finding better policy solutions.
Jo Ann Davy, Managing Editor, reports from World Energy Congress Montréal 2010: As urban populations increase worldwide, so does the importance of providing a clean, efficient energy supply and improving standards of living.
Tayvis Dunnahoe, Senior Editor, reports from World Energy Congress Montréal 2010: Daniel Yergin outlines three possible futures for world energy supply and demand.
The World Energy Council’s 2010 Assessment of Energy and Climate Policies will be discussed by energy leaders Monday, Sept. 13, 2010.
Contributing editor Don Lyle reports from World Energy Congress Montréal 2010: A fanfare of light and sound announced the opening of the World Energy Congress Montréal 2010 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal as more than 2,100 delegates from countries around the world gathered hear more than 300 speakers and to discuss the Congress theme, "Responding Now to Global Challenges, Energy in Transition for a Living Planet."