Innovation's the answer

Hibbert, Lee
August 2015
Professional Engineering;Aug2015, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p57
Trade Publication
The article discusses the bad effect of oil price falling on the North Sea oil and gas companies like Royal Dutch Shell and mentions the need to introduce a new technology to industry to revive it. Topics discussed include dismissal of employees in oil and gas industry due to oil price falling; decrease in profit in the industry; and the views of Jeremy Carey, managing director at Cambridgeshire, England-based product and technology developer, on the need to innovations in the industry.


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