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Actions, not Words, Build – and Destroy – Reputations

This month’s article challenges us to re-think reputation management in E&P.  It is written by Simon Philips, an expert in marketing, branding and communications.  Simon was formerly Global Head of Communications & Marketing at UBS Investment Bank.  http://www.structuredmarketing.co.uk  simon.philips@structuredmarketing.co.uk

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Is UK Energy and “Climate Change” a Good Marriage?

This month features a guest article by Sue Heavens*, a UK based independent consultant.

The UK energy department has, in my time, been found in the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI),  the “Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform” (DBERR); arguably the least snappy title, and now DECC (“Department of Energy & Climate Change”)   However, this article argues that another change is warranted. [Read more…]

Holistic Security in Oil & Gas – How to Stay Safe in a Dangerous World

The following true story is retold by Tony Ling* of LPD Risk:

“Brian Wellcome’s job was just to get the stuff out of the ground. Yes, he was in charge, but someone else would look after the politics: the locals, guerrillas – whatever.  Some security guy had said something to him once, but he knew they always exaggerated.  Anyway it was now all to late – just guns, screaming and death. He knew he was going to die. [Read more…]

Why companies avoid new oil and gas technology

Oil and Gas Technology: A huge impact historically, but little current appetite

Throughout its history the oil and gas industry has been propelled forward by innovation and technology.  Technology has dramatically altered the way in which oil and gas resources are discovered, developed, and produced. [Read more…]

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