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  • 22/07/14

    Global Cobalt’s Sarjeant outlines plans after encouraging technical report

    Paul Sarjeant, the vice president of exploration at TSX Venture-listed Global Cobalt (CVE:GCO), talks investors through the results of the recently completed NI 43-101 report on the Karakul cobalt project in Central Asia. Sarjeant says the winter exploration campaign confirmed historic drill results, demonstrating continuity of system along the western edge of the project. He also highlights the importance of being close to the Chinese market, where demand for cobalt is on the rise.

  • 25/06/14

    Halliburton looking to tap into Africa's shale resources

    Ramin Lakani, regional general manager at US oilfield services giant Halliburton, sees plenty of potential for an unconventional oil boom in Africa. Lakani would like to take Halliburton's expertise to Africa, where he admits "things take a little bit longer". The challenge for Halliburton will be to work with the national oil companies and investors to turn that potential into production.

  • 25/06/14

    BP's Bashforth on women in oil

    Kirsty Bashforth, the head of organisational effectiveness at British oil giant BP (LON:BP.), addresses the lack of women in the oil industry and talks about how the issue can be overcome. She also explains more about her role at the Women's Oil Council, which is only a year-and-a-half old.

  • 25/06/14

    Oando boss upbeat on Nigerian oil bill

    The chief executive of Toronto-listed Oando Energy Resources (TSE:OER), Pade Durotoye, thinks the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) will not have a negative impact on the company. Oil majors are reportedly unhappy with the proposed fiscal terms in the long-awaited bill, but Durotoye says it will benefit companies of Oando's size. The bill has not hindered the group in its $1.65bn acquisition of ConocoPhillips' Nigerian upstream oil business -- a deal which was completed last week.

  • 25/06/14

    Taipan Resources eyes mergers and acquisitions

    The chief executive of Taipan Resources (CVE:TPN) says the Toronto junior oil group is looking to grow, whether that be by merging with other companies or acquiring new assets. Max Birley claims there are vast areas onshore Africa that are yet to be explored. He believes we are "right at the beginning of a totally new oil province" in Kenya, which is still to produce any oil.

  • 25/06/14

    Marathon Oil's reinvention focused on upstream exploration and production

    Alexandra Herger, Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO) vice president for global exploration says since the company split two years ago it has reinvented itself from being a "relatively small major integrated company with downstream refineries to being purely focussed on upstream exploration and production." Herger says the key driver of the business is the 'unconventionals' primarily onshore. Production is over 100,000 barrels a day from 'essentially nothing' two years ago. Africa is a big focus for the company which is negotiating a production sharing contract in Gabon and eyeing potential in Africa's rift basins including Uganda and Sudan.

  • 25/06/14

    Noble Energy's Demarest explains benefits of diversification

    Jim Demarest, vice president of global frontier & new venture exploration at Noble Energy (NYSE:NBL), explains how having a diversified portfolio can pay dividends. He says that after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill from BP's Deepwater Horizon rig, the company was almost instantly able to reallocate capital to its other projects. Demarest adds that diversity provides "protection against those black swans that come up that you can't predict".

  • 25/06/14

    Sasol: Gas-to-liquids 'has to be part of the equation' in Mozambique

    Gas-to-liquids will have a huge part to play in the monetisation of the mammoth gas discoveries made in Mozambique in recent years. That's according to Iman Hill, general manager of technical and operational services at Sasol's upstream oil business, Sasol Petroleum International. She argues that Sasol (NYSE:SSL) has made strides in this area "that no other companies have", which stands it in good stead for when these huge gas reserves are commercialised.

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