November 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: BP exec discusses success in the 'new energy era'

The politics of energy are changing fast. Energy is right at the top of the political agenda. "But now more than ever in our history, the future of our industry will be shaped by government policies a..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The politics of energy are changing fast. Energy is right at the top of the political agenda. "But now more than ever in our history, the future of our industry will be shaped by government policies addressing critical issues of climate and energy security," said Tony Meggs, group vice president, technology with BP in a keynote address at the recent ECC Annual Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado. His remarks considered the questions of what the energy business might look like in the future, and what industry needs to do to survive and thrive in the new environment. Most forecasts project that by 2030, energy demand will grow a staggering 50%. "We should be in no doubt that this is g

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