Sunday, 01 March 2015

John+McKenna+PNG Comment

Shale ambiguity helps nobody

John McKenna, Editor

  • You are here:Home
  • Oil & Gas

Amec Dunlin A North Sea oil

North Sea exploration “collapses”

By John McKenna

New oil & gas investments falling but production predicted to grow in 2015.

Cuadrilla shale site

MPs approve weakened shale regulations

By John McKenna

The Infrastructure Act gained Royal Assent last week, but only after regulations on shale gas development were watered down by the House of Lords and accepted by MPs.

Read more news

Subsea platform

Maintaining Atlantis

By Greg Pitcher

Effective maintenance of subsea oil & gas processing equipment is both crucial and expensive. Greg Pitcher looks at what it takes to keep these factories on the seabed running.

Read more in-depth features

Upstream Intelligence

Subsea processing “major focus” for operators

Despite volatile oil prices, subsea processing continues to be a major focus for the most forward looking operators, says upstream solutions provider Upstream Intelligence.

Read more about products and applications

A skiils show front kids2

Cogent and Skills Academy merge

By Robert Smith

Sector skills group Cogent is merging with the National Skills Academy Process Industries (NSAPI) and the Technical Apprenticeship Service (TAS) to form Cogent Skills.

Read more about skills

John J. Kilbane

Corrosion monitoring

Up to 40% of internal pipeline corrosion is due to microbiological causes. Intertek’s John J. Kilbane looks at the techniques used to analyse this destructive force.

Read more viewpoints

Engineering and design for lean construction Video

9 Dec 2014

The Aveva Group has launched this short video which explains how best to control the design spiral on construction projects.

German ExxonMobil employees drink fracking fluid - web

ExxonMobil staff drink fracking fluid

11 Sep 2014

Staff of ExxonMobil this week appeared on national television in Germany to attempt to show that fracking fluid is harmless.



The latest issue of Process Engineering


Site powered by Webvision