Iraq - with perhaps the largest unexploited oil reserves in the world beneath its desert sands - could finally be waking from its slumber. Could this be the dawn of a new era of production?
He controls a multibillion-dollar IT budget and co-ordinates the activities of 96,000 employees worldwide. But for Patrick Héreng of Total the biggest challenge is yet to come as the oil giant prepares to upgrade its entire IT infrastructure.
Mobile broadband access in remote locations, by Magnus Wallmark, Director Business Development, SWE-DISH Satellite Systems AB
The Keystone Pipeline project that will connect Alberta, Canada to Illinois and Oklahoma has faced some stiff opposition. In an exclusive interview, Robert Jones, VP for the Keystone Pipeline, explains how the project is progressing and reveals how he fought off the critics.
The retirement of the babyboomer generation is only part of a far bigger challenge being experienced by the industry: that of plugging the capability gap. Andy Inglis, CEO of BP Exploration & Production, outlines how to manage the talent crunch.