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Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a head-start on the week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

By The Wildcat 20 November 2017
Supply & Demand

The future of gas remains flexible

Joseph Dutton, a research associate at the Global Gas Security Project at the University of Leicester, discusses the shift in the gas industry to address the needs of an increasingly global and flexible energy market.

21 March 2012
Companies & Finance

Postcard from Copacabana

Chevron’s Brazilian debacle is front-page news in the country. But the man on the street just wants high standards – and fairness.

21 March 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

19 March 2012
Policy & Regulation

Across the great divide

The Kurdistan Regional Government’s confident revival of the oil and gas industry in northern Iraq belies a deeper anxiety of the semi-autonomous region’s position in the shifting politics of the Middle East.

16 March 2012
Exploration & Production

I'm sorry, say that again?

The Pyakyakhinskoye, South Messoyakhskoye and Khalmeepayutinskoye fields. Lukoil may have big development plans in store for these reserves, but their names still manage to trip up its executives.

16 March 2012
Global Markets

The Colombian connection

A glut of Canadian small- and medium-sized companies are drilling in Colombia.It's a story of trade agreements, easy access to capital - and good old tradition.

15 March 2012
Exploration & Production

The Colombian connection

A glut of Canadian small- and medium-sized companies are drilling in Colombia.It's a story of trade agreements, easy access to capital - and good old tradition.

15 March 2012
Global Markets

If a picture is worth a thousand words...

If it’s true that a picture is worth a thousand words, then a good infographic must be worth about a million.

14 March 2012
Global Markets

Crude Thoughts: Oil reporting in Iraq

Iraqi oil reporters battle sectarianism and silence from the country’s energy elite.

13 March 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, WildCat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

12 March 2012
Exploration & Production

The art of fracking

Fracking lobbyists are fighting the battle for hearts and minds in the cinema auditorium rather than at the well-head.

9 March 2012
Supply & Demand

What ever happened to…?

The cheery monthly emails that accompanied US LNG data are no more.

8 March 2012
Companies & Finance

No gas, no problem - when you’re the richest man in Asia

The soap opera between India’s billionaire brothers is even being played out in the country’s gas industry.

7 March 2012
Global Markets

Ten Twitter feeds you need to follow

Wildcat thinks these 10 Twitter feeds should be staples for those who work in the gas industry.

6 March 2012
Global Markets

Oil – nine times more important than gas?

Shale oil and gas discoveries in the US are still insufficient to offset risks to the country’s economy from Middle East oil shocks.

5 March 2012
Exploration & Production

Feeding the dragon

The news that China’s January LNG imports were up significantly in volume and value was glad tidings for LNG exporters around the world.

2 March 2012
Policy & Regulation

Australia’s cashed-up bogans

Australia’s oil and gas industry is making millionaires of miners, but not everyone’s happy.

27 February 2012
Policy & Regulation

Hollywood and hydrocarbons

Can Sean Penn change gas prices? Perhaps not, but his willingness to wade into Latin American issues has brought the region’s energy politics onto the world stage.

24 February 2012
Companies & Finance

What’s the ‘super’ in ‘supermajor’?

Humility and humour are in plentiful supply at one of the oil and gas industry’s marquee events in London.

22 February 2012
Pipelines, Storage & Power

South Stream questions remain

The South Stream looks more viable than the EU-backed Nabucco pipeline, but there are still concerns about the project’s implementation.

17 February 2012

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