E&P has launched the Energy Innovators program to recognize today’s technology influencers, emerging visionaries, technical leaders, accomplished reformers, entrepreneurs and disrupters, Hart Energy is seeking nominations for those who deliver innovation and efficiency in your organization and the industry.
This new program recognizes the up-and-coming talent and diverse nature of today’s oil and gas workforce by shining a spotlight on individuals actively engaged in research, technology management, and product or service applications. Companies and individuals are encouraged to nominate team members and leaders who distinguish themselves through exceptional efforts, passion for problem-solving, and specific technical achievements.
Nominations for the 2020 Energy Innovators program are closed and the selected honorees have been notified. They will be recognized in a special supplement that will publish with the January 2020 issue of E&P. Check back soon for nominating an Energy Innovator for the 2021 program.
Malaysia is considering listing the exploration and production arm of state energy company Petronas, the world’s third-biggest exporter of LNG, state news agency Bernama reported on Sept. 27 citing Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
Despite a promise in his inauguration speech to roll back the energy reform, the 65-year-old president did not rule out inviting more private sector investment in extracting oil from Mexico's untapped deepwater fields in the Gulf of Mexico.
Norwegian Equinor ASA, Brazilian Enauta Participacoes SA, Compania Espanola de Petroleos S.A.U. and Petroleos de Portugal Petrogal SA, controlled by Galp Energia SGPS SA, are joining the bidders.