Inside The City Of London's New Landmark Skyscraper

It’s no secret that renewable energy is becoming cheaper, and while we’ve seen companies like Google and Microsoft investing in utility-scale renewables, what about mainstream corporate America? Are large corporations jumping on the clean energy bandwagon or are they dragging their feet? As a data analyst at EDF Climate Corps, I turned to the numbers… Keep reading →

Iraq Signs Contracts With Foreign Oil Companies

Lower-cost capital infrastructure solutions are often the preferred choice of utility leaders and infrastructure investors. However, lower upfront costs do not always translate into lower life cycle costs as a result of evolving regulations, market dynamics and other factors. Fortunately, advanced modeling and simulation software tools easily enable simulation modeling to quantify risks and impacts… Keep reading →

Texas Oil Companies Work To Adapt To Falling Oil Prices

Despite the current low and relatively uncertain oil price environment, which may, in fact, go lower, the Permian Basin and its sub-basins, Delaware and Midland, along with the Eagle Ford Formation, are attracting increasing interest from E&P investors and operators. Primarily concentrated in Southwestern Texas, as well as parts of Southeastern New Mexico, the region… Keep reading →