WM 19 July 2017
Arthur and Martha discuss greenhouses gases, climate change and Paris.
WM 18: April 2017
In our headlong rush towards connectivity we have created new access paths for our enemies, right into the heart of our operations.
WM 17: March 2017
The idea that anyone can control the supply side any better than the demand side can sometimes seems like wishful thinking.
OGS 92: January 2017
For safety's sake, the oil & gas industry needs a fresh approach to mental health issues
OGS 90: October 2016
How can one of the world’s premier democracies be left with a straight choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton?
WM 15: September 2016
Unlike the Olympics, the venue has not changed since the event was first held in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1996.
WM 14: July 2016
Nobody knows what Brexit means to the UK or Europe yet, so you can be sure no-one knows what it means to mining.
WM 13: June 2016
By the end of the first quarter of 2016 the global value of mergers and acquisitions in the mining sector had plummeted by 45 per cent year-on-year.
OGS 88: May 2016
As OPEC bets the farm on market share, could the US actually lead the eventual oil & gas recovery?
Setting the standard
WM 12: May 2016
The Standard for Responsible Mining is out for public comment.
Taking the slow
A growing number of oil shipments from the Middle East to Europe are going around the southern tip of Africa, rather than through the Suez Canal.
WM 11 March 2016
Miners know it pays to be a good neighbour. The next question is, how much does it pay?
Meet the new year,
same as the old year
OGS 86: January 2016
Some observers can see light at the end of the tunnel, but most expect the tunnel to continue into 2017.
WM 10: January 2016
Miners did what they were told in 2015, but it hasn't made much difference. The advice for 2016 is . . .
WM 9 November 2015
Sadly, the Rio Doce is now far from sweet downstream of the Samarco Mineração iron ore mine in Brazil