• Offshore on Obama’s Terms

    President Obama's policy for oil and gas drilling and exploration cannot be isolated from his larger energy plans. His strategy is designed to make the US a frontrunner in global...

  • Arctic Reserves are Russia’s Ace

    As larger portions of the Arctic region become accessible for exploration, Russia plans to make full use of the resources. GlobalData reports on the potential impact to the environment and...

  • Asia’s Oil Storage Gains Strength

    With inventories at record highs the available storage capacity for oil and chemicals has become increasingly important. A new report by GlobalData shows the Asia Pacific region to be the...

  • Smoothing Out the Greases

    Refineries are changing their products because of falling oil prices, causing a shortage in industrial lubricants. Natalie Coomber speaks to Phil Hindley, manager of Total Lubricants, to find out why...

  • Global LNG Industry Heads Towards Supply Crunch

    From project delays to the global economic slowdown, the outlook could be better for the Global LNG industry. In our special report, analysts at GlobalData investigate the full impact current...

  • Licence to Drill

    There is intense speculation surrounding the mammoth potential of the Arctic's hydrocarbon reserves and their future. This makes it easy to lose sight of the area's current developments. Alex Hawkes...

  • Will New Technology Improve Onshore Safety?

    Safety in offshore fields is the subject of much debate and research but those working at onshore facilities have received less attention. New research into the effects of chemical exposure...

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