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IOGP Pulse – March 2021

Welcome to Pulse

This edition of Pulse deals with the question of what the oil and gas industry needs to do to overcome misconceptions and a widespread lack of understanding of the role this industry is playing to meet global energy demand while driving the transitions towards a lower carbon future. Our Executive Director, Iman Hill, shares her view on the importance of standing up and speaking out, and we take a look at the latest developments in some of our committees.

We wish you a pleasant read.

Stay safe,

Ritva Westendorf-Lahouse and Danny Walsh

Women in Energy

As the sector moves towards a sustainable future, hear from women across the energy sector in our new series Women in Energy. The first interview is coming soon.

We need to talk about oil and gas

We’re living in a world where, as the 1960s pop artist Andy Warhol predicted, we can all have our 15 minutes of fame. The ability to reach a mass audience has become as easy as posting a catchy TikTok video.

“Every single person can help”

Interview with Iman Hill, IOGP Executive Director

How the oil and gas industry contributes to a lower carbon future

There is more than one way to achieve a lower carbon future. Countries are taking different approaches, reflecting their unique demand dynamics, capabilities, and cultures.

IOGP joins GloFouling partnership

On 17 February, IOGP was formally approved as an official ‘observer’ member of the ‘Global Industry Alliance (GIA) for Marine Biosafety’ part of the GEF-UNDP-IMO GloFouling Partnerships Project, an initiative funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and administered by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

IOGP welcomes new Decommissioning Manager 

On 1 March, Siew Ping Teo joined IOGP as the Association’s new Decommissioning Manager.

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