How one oil services company is leveraging digital technology to become a low cost, high quality service provider.
Trouble in energy paradise as Norway’s Statoil tries to balance sustainability and profitability in the face of climate change.
Alon USA faces challenges with increasing climate change regulation in California, but if they can shift to renewables quickly they stand to make a (sustainable) profit.
Does climate change exist and should we worry about it? The question that crossed the minds of many executives at ExxonMobil. From 1998 to 2008, the company’s scientists were convinced that climate change did not have negative consequences on society. […]
Can Shell stay relevant as the energy mix evolves to address market implications of climate change?
What steps should oil sands giant Suncor Energy take to grow both their bottom Line and sustainability in the face of large pressure from environmental groups and public figures like Leonardo DiCaprio?
Can the world's largest oil company adapt to a world that has lost its love for hydrocarbons?
Is Saudi Arabia and Saudi Aramco's shift towards sustainable development forced or voluntary?
Fracking has developed a bad reputation as the boom in shale gas production fostered concerns in communities over the United States. Oil and gas producers need to work with regulators and the media to change this perception, and energy consumers need to understand the relative effects on climate change from the current available energy sources. Only then, can all parties involved work together optimize energy production and greenhouse gas emissions while meeting demand needs.
Can Total, one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, survive a global campaign to fight global warming?