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Dr Ken Chew is currently VP - Industry Performance for the Energy Division of IHS Inc. Ken is a geologist with undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Aberdeen, where he specialised in the study of mineral deposits. He subsequently worked for BP in Aberdeen as a petroleum geologist, mainly on the northern North Sea and in 1976 joined the academic staff of the Geology Depart
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Technology and Innovation Key to Cost Reduction and Capital Efficiency, IHS Says
As persistent low oil prices take their toll on both industry profits and spending projections, oil and gas operators are turning, in part, to technology and innovation to reduce costs and increase capital efficiency in the short-term, while aiming to meet increased future energy demand in a low carbon environment, according to new analysis from IHS, the leading global source of critical information and insight.
04 Dec 2015

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