What is the role of automakers, like General Motors, in stemming the effects of climate change? Should they bear the ultimate responsibility?
As a global oil and gas company, BP recognizes that the existing trend of increasing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide is not consistent with limiting the global average temperature rise to 2°C or lower. It is taking actions to meet the demand of low-carbon future.
Oil Company Invests in Railroads and Sand Mines to Maximize ROCE
Kinder Morgan has long dominated the midstream business of transporting oil and gas products. The toll-road business model and command of a vast network of energy infrastructure combine to create a stable, highly effective midstream operator.
Government mandate to operate all pre-salt fields is model at odds with Petrobras’ stakeholders’ interests, including those of government.
A winning strategy consisting of innovation, spud-to-POP optimization, and vertical integration.
How aligning business and operating models in the midstream industry drives performance through downturns
KiOR was a spectacular failure in the biofuel space. Where did it all go wrong?
Leveraging forward integration in hydrocarbon value chain to weather global downturn
Pemex’s operational inefficiencies have become more evident as the company prepares to face private competition in 2016 for the first time since 1938