Rigzone's editors highlight some of the articles they enjoyed writing the most in 2014.
Rigzone's editors look back and share some of their personal favorites from 2014. In case we missed your personal Rigzone favorites, leave us a link in the comments section below.
I've found Big Data and the impact that its analysis tools can have on the oil and gas industry to be fascinating. I thought this article represented an interesting viewpoint on how traditional and new ways of analyzing data can be blended. -Karen Boman
I liked this one because of the rather novel approach to staffing a UK onshore facility taken by BP. Working a shift system in order to make sure the Sullom Voe terminal on Shetland was properly staffed, rather than trying to permanently relocate lots of people, was a neat solution. -Jon Mainwaring
I enjoyed interviewing the president and CEO of this family-owned business that is capitalizing on the shale revolution despite the company's location far from an active drilling rig or oil refinery. My hope is this article conveys the message that opportunities in the oil and gas industry are not limited to the oil patch. -Matthew Veazey
While Chinese yards making inroads into the rig-building industry in Asia is a known fact, this story provides insight into some key measures companies adopted to overcome their reservations about engaging contractors in China, ahead of more established rivals in Singapore, for their costly newbuild projects. -Cheang Chee Yew
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