IHS CERAWeek 2012 Coverage
A change is coming to the oil and gas industry—is the industry ready? And more importantly, is the world? Over 300 speakers are meeting in Houston this week for the 31st annual IHS CERAWeek energy conference to discuss the energy industry's role in the global economy.
Below are stories posted on Rigzone throughout the week from the conference:
Friday, March 9
- Article: Tillerson: Govt, Industry Need to Collaborate for Energy Transformation
- Tillerson's Speech: North America’s Historic Energy Transformation
- Big Data Has Arrived in the Energy Sector
Wednesday, March 7
- Voser: U.S. LNG Exports Likely Limited Due to Domestic Demand
- Is Nat Gas the Most Important Commodity of the Future?
- Kasich: O&G Severance Tax Won't Scare Away Operators
- Importance of Optimized Recovery Rises as More Fields Mature
- Day 2 Briefs: Anadarko
Tuesday, March 6
- Industry's Driving Trends for Upstream Growth
- Panel: U.S. Should Capitalize on Competitive Gas Prices for Manufacturing
- Oil Sands, Not Sand Hills Behind Keystone Opposition
- BP's Finley: 'Great, Enormous Potential for MENA Region'
- Day 1 Briefs: Apache, Statoil, Total, ENI & Pemex
Monday, March 5
- U.S. Shale Gas Dominates Start of IHS CERAWeek
- Picarro Recognized as Energy Innovation Pioneer by IHS CERA
- IHS CERAWeek 2012 to Shape Energy's Economy
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