Yearly Archives: 2015

Market mechanisms will determine the future of Arctic energy business

Shell’s decision to suspend its Alaskan Arctic drilling activities in September 2015 confirms what many experts have long argued: the […] Read More

Can Climate Change Policies and Hydrocarbons Live Together in the Middle East and North Africa? – Watch the Webcast

17 September 2015, Beirut At this year’s G7 summit, world leaders signaled the end of the fossil fuel era that […] Read More

Iran nuclear deal: unlocking oil and gas investment opportunities

After several years of negotiations, Iran and six world powers reached a deal on Tehran’s nuclear programme on 14 July […] Read More

Licensing and Upstream Petroleum Fiscal Regimes: Assessing Lebanon, Cyprus and Israel’s Choices

Doubts have been raised and criticisms continue to be made about Lebanon’s choice of upstream petroleum fiscal terms and strategies […] Read More

Privatisation and the UK Energy Industries

Lord David Howell, Chairman of the Advisory Board of Crystol Energy, will open the debate on the “Case for private ownership […] Read More

Access for Women in Energy Newsletter – Sep 2015

The September 2015 edition of Access for Women in Energy Newsletter features a variety of recent stories on women’s presence and […] Read More

Black Gold – Still a Man’s World?

I am standing on the main oil producing platform of Gullfaks C, the heaviest infrastructure ever made by man, 150 […] Read More

Black Gold – Still a Man’s World?

I am standing on the main oil producing platform of Gullfaks C, the heaviest infrastructure ever made by man, 150 […] Read More

Did the UK Miss Out on £400 Billion Worth of Oil Revenue? – Keith Myers and David Manley, NRGI

The UK and Norway oil and gas sectors provide an ideal comparison through which to compare the outcomes from different […] Read More

Zohr Field: Eni’s Latest Gas Discovery

Dr Carole Nakhle, Director, Crystol Energy, comments on Eni’s latest gas discovery, Zohr field, in Egypt, in an article written […] Read More