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The End of an Era – or More of the Same?

King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, who died in January 2015, had effectively ruled Saudi Arabia since 1996. During that time he introduced some tentative reforms but basically continued the 'status quo'. So what can we expect from his successor, Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud?
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Falling Brent.

Is the oil super-cycle finally on its downward turn? It seems counter-intuitive but are predictions of Brent at $85 credible? And what are the implications for the industry?

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A Disturbing World

We live in troubling times. After the hope of the 2010 ‘Arab Spring’ in Tunisia, we have witnessed the toppling of Ghaddafi in Libya, the overthrow of two governments in Egypt, full scale civil war in Syria and Iraq looks increasingly unstable as fundamentalist fighters of IS spread their hold on the oil-rich regions of northern Iraq and Kurdistan. And Gaza and Israel continue their uneven trade in missiles. Despite this, the search for hydrocarbons goes on. Worries about energy security and conflict always bring gains and losses to someone.
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Communication

In my previous ‘Editor’s Patch’ on communicating the science and technology of our industry I concentrated on 'What' and 'Why' we should be communicating. I want to now take a look at 'How' 'and the many methods at our disposal.
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10th Anniversary Wrap Up

Now that the bunting has been put away and memories of the celebrations are consigned to the annals of folklore we bring you a quick review of prize-winners and stylish-dinners.
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