In this short editorial, Editor in Chief Iain Brown discusses the need to offer more internships to young petroleum geoscientists engaged in their postgraduate studies or seeking their first industry roles.
In this short editorial, GEO ExPro Editor in Chief Iain Brown talks briefly on the different aspects of the energy transition, COP 26, palaeontology and introduces the latest edition of the magazine (Vol. 18, No. 6).
The transition to sustainable energy is one of the fundamental challenges we face over the coming decades and it is my intention that GEO ExPro will continue to report fully on this, whilst championing the genuinely critical role the oil and gas business plays in ensuring security of energy supply.
After ten years as Editor in Chief of GEO ExPro Magazine, for an impressive 63 issues, Jane Whaley has decided to take a step back, so here is her final Editorial. She is handing over the baton to Iain Brown, our new Editor in Chief, to propel GEO ExPro through what looks to be an exciting future.
Renewable energy has supply issues just as oil and gas does but as we move to a lower emissions world, choice
and variety in our energy supply is vital, and we need to work together to ensure that supply is available to all.
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in some welcome shows of solidarity, as countries help each other out with medical assistance, urgent supplies and, importantly, research into vaccines and cures, and it will undoubtedly have some positive long-term effects on the environment.