The majority of foreign companies are not making any profit or losing money in their partnerships with PDVSA to develop and produce hydrocarbons.
David has worked on Oilfield Technology and watched the magazine grow since he joined Palladian Publications in early 2012. As well as the day-to-day editing of content and working with article authors and advertisers, he is actively involved in the commissioning of material for both the magazine and its expanding online presence.
Prior to joining the company, David spent four years at Aberystwyth University where he gained an undergraduate degree in International Politics and a Master’s in Intelligence & Strategic Studies.
David currently lives in Woking, enjoys cycling, rugby and Asian food.
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Latest articles by David
Production in the area, which spans Texas and New Mexico, could reach 5.4 million boe per day by 2023, putting it ahead of every OPEC country except Saudi Arabia.
A raft of new technical good practice guidelines for the offshore oil and gas sector have today been published, coinciding with two Energy Institute flagship events.
Thom Payne, Director, Westwood Global Energy Group shares his insight on the timing of a substantial market recovery in Southeast Asia and the mid-long term outlook for regional E&P activity amid macroeconomic forces shaping higher oil prices.
ESAI Energy’s pipeline assessments address the status and timing of proposed pipeline projects and estimate the impact these projects have on the origin and destination points in key markets.