Reach New Heights: Six Best Practices in Planning and Scheduling
20 March 2017
Since mid-2015, refiners have faced continued price volatility. Fluctuations have halted upstream projects and greatly affected the midstream. The emergence of global shale plays, particularly from the US, has also impacted refiners, boosting the number of feedstocks options. With increased optionality, planning and advanced scheduling can be vital to increasing profits. This report offers decision makers the six best practices in planning and scheduling. Learn how leading-edge refiners adopting planning and scheduling technology have improved visibility across their entire petroleum supply chain and have seen an increase in their profit margins.
New Benchmarking Report on Bidding, Estimating and Project Performance
6 December 2016
A recent survey on bidding & estimating best practices reveals that most estimating groups are not satisfied with their existing methods for estimating process plants and oil & gas assets. The survey of 161 estimating groups also showed that 60% seek to improve estimating accuracy, 47% want to improve estimating efficiency, and 70% are still communicating manually between engineering and estimating groups. Download this white paper for a complete summary of the survey results, and learn how some organizations are achieving measurable improvements in estimating efficiency and accuracy.
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The quiet revolution: energy in the CEE
30 November 2016
In association with MOL Group, this report looks at the changing opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe
Collaboration in energy
1 October 2016
In association with Cotemar, this report takes a look at the benefits of collaboration in the energy industry
The North Sea: The next 10 years
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Whilst the north Sea is one of the most mature oil and gas basins in the world, it is a relatively new area of operation for MOL. This report looks at the opportunities there
Will the oil price recover in 2016?
22 April 2016
Petroleum Economist, invites you to view this exclusive webinar to find out where energy is heading in 2016 – and crucially the prospects for the oil price. Listen to some of the world’s leading opinion-makers as they share their exclusive insights.
Interactive World LNG Map
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Asia Pacific LNG Map
8 April 2016

A detailed map of the region's current and future LNG import and export projects, plotted alongside comprehensive data on supply, demand and project finance to provide authoritative graphical analysis of the sector.

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