Our stories today include yet another bid for Toshiba's chip unit, the latest in a string of deals between Russia and China and Mercedes' plan to bring 50 electric versions of its cars to our roads by 2022.
Our Analyst Q&A series provides readers with invaluable information from the very best researchers and analysts in the business. We cover a wide variety of industries and markets, from technology to chemicals and agriculture to logistics.
We continue our coverage of the oil and gas industry by looking at new analysis from consulting firm Rystad Energy. Their data reveals the United States possesses more recoverable oil reserves than both Saudi Arabia and Russia.
Managing Director Doug Sheridan tells us why industry participants believe the demand for oilfield products and services will begin to see growth in the second half of 2016.
The global oil and gas industry is experiencing a difficult 2016. Overproduction, competition from new energy sources and new drilling location rules are having a big impact on the industry, and it is being forced to rethink its approach. The solution? Innovating existing techniques.
The Obama administration has released new rules that force oil companies to take additional safety and environmental precautions before they commence drilling operations in the Arctic Ocean.
For the latest installment in our analyst Q&A series, Research and Markets spoke to Robert Outram, Director at IAL, to gain some insight and analysis into the latest developments in the chemicals industry.