Welcome to the March edition of the OilVoice Magazine.Although the bad news on the price of oil seems to have 'bottomed out', the effects on the industry certainly haven't. Everyone is reigning in their spending, and 'luxuries' are the first to go. But from chatting to an employer at APPEX yesterday it was interesting to learn that they are increasing their training budget as this is the best way to retain key staff. And during this 'reshuffle', retaining your very best is vital.Take a look at our Training Courses and I'm sure you'll find one to suit. Our courses are located in a prestigious central London location, with lunch included. At the end of the day all students also receive a certificate signed by the trainer, complete with frame!But enough about training - you have in your hands a digital copy of the OilVoice Magazine, jam packed full of the best content that February produced. Thanks for taking the time to read it.See you next month!
Shell axes a further 250 jobs in the North Sea
Sigma Cubed Inc. selected by Paltar Petroleum for multi-year development and operations services across 8.9 million acres of Australian oil and gas companies
Halliburton and Baker Hughes announce approval of transaction by stockholders of both companies
Red Leaf Resources to accelerate commercial technology optimisation for the Early Production System, announces TomCo Energy
Oil Prices in Saudi Arabia Hitting Stability: Will it Continue Any Further? Anshuman Kukreti
Getting exploration costs under control David Bamford
Tax Relief for the North Sea Industry Stephen A. Brown
Low Oil & Gas Prices Result in Major Asset Impairments Across the U.S. Mark Young
Oil Supply Rising On Efficiency Gains, Govt Policy John Richardson
Cheap oil, complexity and counterintuitive conclusions Kurt Cobb
The Best Time for EOR is Before You Produce a Drop of Oil Stephen A. Brown
How not to stimulate UKCS (and NOCS) exploration! David Bamford
Middle East OPEC Oil Rig Count Jumps 14% Euan Mearns
Lipstick on a pig: America as the world's swing producer of oil Kurt Cobb
So What is a North Sea Oilfield Actually Worth Then? Stephen A. Brown
Palantir Forward Curve - March 2015 Bowen Gao
US Shale Revolution Remains OPEC Threat Despite Low Price Pain Gary Hunt
Recent history of oil suggests production will stay high John Richardson
America's triple play at work Gary Hunt
Rebuilding Reputation: Why oil and gas firms need to look within Steve Girdler
The oil glut and low prices reflect an affordability problem Gail Tverberg
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Oil Prices in Saudi Arabia Hitting Stability: Will it Continue Any Further?Anshuman Kukreti
Getting exploration costs under controlDavid Bamford
Tax Relief for the North Sea IndustryStephen A. Brown
Low Oil & Gas Prices Result in Major Asset Impairments Across the U.S.Mark Young
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