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Industry Leaders Warn of Skill Shortage in Oil & Gas
A group of European oil and gas industry leaders have agreed that 2011 will see a positive upturn in investment into the sector, but warn that they still face significant challenges if they are to take advantage of the strong growth opportunities ahead of them.
The comments were made at an exclusive round table event organised by GL Noble Denton (Germany), a leading independent technical advisor to the oil and gas industry, to discuss key findings from a recent report on the future of the sector from the Economist Intelligence Unit. The event, which was held in London, was attended by more than 25 of Europe’s oil and gas industry leaders. The report, which was sponsored by GL Noble Denton, comprises the views of nearly 200 board-level
executives and policymakers on a range crucial industry affairs, from new investment opportunities to future regulatory challenges and the rise of a new breed of ’internationalised’ national oil companies over the next decade.
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