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The Inevitability of Energy Transition 

Though energy transition may be perceived as a modern trend, it is as old as humanity itself. Human history can in a sense be thought of as a chain of energy transitions.

Controversial NOPEC Bill Sparks Outrage in Oil Markets

During the past few days, the international oil sector witnessed an intense controversy after the U.S. Senate committee has passed the “No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels” or “NOPEC” bill. This bill could expo ...

Employee Retention in The Oil & Gas Industry

To begin with, the oil and gas sector, like most other sectors, faces challenges with employee retention. Training in the oil and gas sector may be costly, and professionals need years of professional experience. ...

Biofuel Economics: Egypt’s Profitable Path Towards Energy Transition

In being the host for COP 27 this November and a leading country in Africa, Egypt stands for the interests of the entire African continent in seeking a feasible vision for energy transition. As climate scientists ...

Using Oil Bargaining Chip on Iran Nuclear Deal Negotiation Table

As the Ukraine crisis is increasing the West’s need for energy from other sources than Russia. Many experts refer to Iranian energy resources as a potential solution to the current energy crisis and a factor that ...

E-learning: The Advanced Learning Solution for Oil & Gas Corporate Growth

Continuous learning and training for employees in any organization are crucial to encourage competitiveness. The importance of continuous learning has even increased recently, especially in light of the use of adv ...

Capacity Building Gains More Momentum in Egyptian Oil & Gas Sector

Capacity building as well as developing effective and efficient human resources were on top of Egypt’s agenda while preparing for vision 2030. In this regard, the Egyptian government is undertaking a series of inv ...

Towards Meeting the Energy Needs of An Unstable World

International energy law has been legislated as an essential legal discipline since 1970 and during the last fifty years has undergone a remarkable expansion and transition, which is still ongoing. International e ...

Delivering for Today While Transforming for Tomorrow: An Interview with Karim Alaa Regional President – BP North Africa

Since the early 1960s, we have been a main player in the Gulf of Suez which continues to be a major oil production area.
Building on the success we have achieved over the last 5 decades, bp has decided to fo ...

Egypt Prospects to Fulfill European Natural Gas Needs

Egypt is well-positioned to profit from the present energy crisis in Europe, given its increased natural gas finds, production, and LNG exports. From one perspective, Egypt might soon get to be a major energy expo ...

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