Month: November 2018

Electricity, Energy, Gas

No single solution to future energy needs

No single solution to future energy needs, says CooperOstlund   The National Grid is still the driving force behind the nation’s energy needs, but is it fit for purpose? According to Duncan McPherson, CEO at […]

Business, Energy, Knowledge Management, Research, Technology

Oil and Gas Industry Set to Accelerate Move to Digital in 2019

  by Ron Beck Energy Industry Marketing Director, AspenTech   Digital transformation continues to be the keynote of the coming year for operators across the oil and gas sectors. Digitalisation is nothing new to the sector, […]

The Oxford Opera Society presents Scenes in Concert.
Europe, Events, Going Out, London, Opera, Oxford, Review

The Oxford Opera Society presents Scenes in Concert.

A review by Julia Gasper The Oxford Opera Society put on its inaugural event on Monday 26th November at the Church of St Michael’s at the Northgate. This enterprising group of young musicians have many […]

Commercial Partner Matt Cormack with Head of the Energy and Utilities team at Ward Hadaway, Mark Whitehead
Business, Electricity, Energy, Energy Lawyers, Europe, Technology

Ward Hadaway helps secure funding for major renewable energy plant in North East

  A major biogas generation facility is set to make a major contribution to renewable energy in the North East.   Wardley Biogas has received £17m of funding to construct a new plant at Follingsby […]

Technology, Travel

Indian Register of Shipping plays a central role at INMARCO

The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) continues to play a central role at the International Maritime Conference and Exhibition (INMARCO) which is held every four years. Organised by the Institute of Marine Engineers (India), this […]

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Business, Research, Technology, Training

Cyberattacks against energy and utilities industry

Report: Cyber attacks against energy and utilities industry increasing inside enterprise IT networks   Vectra research finds most cyber attacks against the energy and utilities industry transpire and thrive inside enterprise IT networks rather than critical […]