What's new this month | May 2013
Wood Mackenzie’s paper from the LNG 17 conference explores the significance of accessing new gas feedstock to support the development of new LNG capacity
- Wood Mackenzie at 2013 AAPG ACE.
- Wood Mackenzie at the 2013 Rio Gas Forum
- Spain's tariff deficit: the gap in power market finances
- Tanzania moves closer to LNG developments.
- Wood Mackenzie to present at CIS Steel and Raw Materials.
- Shell wins the Bab gas project in Abu Dhabi.
- Cost relief in sight for Asian steelmakers.
- Wood Mackenzie's Future of Exploration survey results
Wood Mackenzie at 2013 AAPG ACE.
We are delighted to present two papers at the 2013 AAPG Convention & Exhibition. "Independent Explorers Create High Value Opening Up New Countries" and "Unconventional Resources Around the World: Companies Strategies for Dynamic Global Markets" Click below for more details.
Wood Mackenzie at the 2013 Rio Gas Forum
Wood Mackenzie was pleased to participate in the 4th Rio Gas Forum. Eric Eyberg presented on Meeting the Supply/Demand Challenge: Evaluating Brazil’s Gas Options and Pedro Camarota addressed Gas Usage & Demand in Brazil. Click below to find out more.
Spain's tariff deficit: the gap in power market finances
Between 2000 and 2012, the Spanish power market accumulated a €28 billion shortfall between market costs and revenue from end-users. What are the influences shaping the government’s response to the tariff deficit? Register for our latest insight below.
Tanzania moves closer to LNG developments.
Statoil recently announced an important discovery in Block 2, while a successful flow test was announced in Block 1. What do these latest results mean for the prospects of LNG developments in Tanzania? Download our latest insight below.
Wood Mackenzie to present at CIS Steel and Raw Materials.
Russia & Caspian
Ronnie Cecil will present at the VIII international conference CIS Steel and Raw Materials in the World Markets. His presentation is entitled, 'Raw materials price outlook and the impact on cost competitiveness of the steel industry'. Register for his slides below.
Shell wins the Bab gas project in Abu Dhabi.
Shell has been selected to partner Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) in developing sour gas reservoirs in the giant onshore Bab field in Abu Dhabi. Download Wood Mackenzie's latest Middle East Insight to read more.
Cost relief in sight for Asian steelmakers.
In this podcast, Clare Eilbeck looks at the proportion of costs that raw materials represent and how this had changed, margins at Asian steel producers, the outlook for raw material prices to 2015 and how this will impact steel costs. Click below to view the podcast.
Wood Mackenzie's Future of Exploration survey results
Our latest Future of Exploration Survey, based on feedback from industry peers, builds upon our previous surveys and provides a snapshot of the state of the Exploration business and covers today’s key challenges for Exploration. Click below to register for the survey.
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Wood Mackenzie's latest Metals & Mining Insight explores the outlook for the Mining Majors in 2013. | March 2013
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