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IOGP News and opinions

The time is up on climate change
12 January, 2017

The time is up on climate change

Recently, I went for the first time to the International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT), an event that brings together worldwide experts on greenhouse gas control technologies. More >

Net-zero
9 January, 2017

Net-zero

Achieving a balance between anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks of greenhouse does not mean a world of zero emissions More >

28 per cent
3 January, 2017

28 per cent

If the US energy renaissance that has been playing out over the last ten years – driven by oil and natural gas – had never happened, residential natural gas prices would be 28 percent higher. More >

31 per cent
15 December, 2016

31 per cent

If the US energy renaissance that has been playing out over the last ten years – driven by oil and natural gas – had never happened, electricity prices would be 31 percent higher and motor fuels would cost 43 percent more. More >

Spotlight on service
12 December, 2016

Spotlight on service

Executive Director Gordon Ballard used the Milan EGM as an opportunity to recognize Members' achievements. More >

New report provides evacuation guidelines
12 December, 2016

New report provides evacuation guidelines

Whether it’s cosmic irony or mere coincidence, the vast benefits of oil and gas reserves are often bestowed on countries subject to higher than average levels of either natural or social risk – or both. More >