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  1. PwC appoints two partners to global energy leadership roles

    Reid Morrison has been named as PwC’s Global Energy Advisory Leader and Kenny Hawsey will lead the Global Energy Tax practice. Both are based in Houston. With more than 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Morrison joined PwC as a principal in 2010, as the US Energy Advisory leader. He advises clients on strategies and initiatives to improve operational and commercial performance. Morrison’s projects have covered operating model restructuring, enterprise process redesign, M&A integration, supply chain, operational excellence, and refinery and upstream reliability and production improvements. He has worked in the energy industry both domestically and internationally in upstream and downstream (supermajors, NOC, and independents), bio-fuels and alternative/renewable energy, trading, midstream and pipelines, oilfield services, utility, chemicals, mining, and engineering and construction. In his new global role, Morrison will lead PwC’s energy advisory practice of over 1,500 professionals worldwide. Prior to PwC, Reid led the Global Energy & Chemicals practice at BearingPoint and Heidrick & Struggles. Kenny Hawsey joined PwC in 1990, and has over 25 years of US and international tax experience working with multinational corporations in the oil and gas industry across upstream, downstream, oilfield services and drilling companies.  Most recently, Hawsey was the US Energy Tax Leader for PwC, after returning to Houston from a two-year overseas assignment in the Middle East. While in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, he led the Middle East Energy Tax practice, in addition to serving key clients in the region. His international experience also includes one to four-year assignments in Russia (Moscow), Azerbaijan (Baku), and the United Arab Emirates (Dubai).  Hawsey’s experience includes dealing with a broad range of tax issues including cross border transactions and dealing with many concessions and production sharing agreements.    

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    Wed, 21 Sep 2016

  2. Morrison, Hawsey named to global energy roles at PwC

    Reid Morrison has been appointed PwC LLP’s global energy advisory leader and Kenny Hawsey will lead the firm’s global energy tax practice.

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    Wed, 21 Sep 2016

  3. Reducing Financial Riskfor New Technologies

    A myriad of technologies exist that could, their eager backers insist, deliver low-cost, sustainable, environmentally neutral and universally applicable solutions to even the most vexing energy questions.

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    Magazine Articles

    Sat, 1 Mar 2008

  4. Integrated Renewable Energy for Communities

    Thanks to cost-effective rooftop solar electricity, new neighborhoods in California are generating their own electricity from the start. Likewise, local grids serving settled communities are being strengthened by deployment of local sources, smarter end use, and electricity storage. Regulators are ...

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    Tue, 1 Sep 2015

  1. Power news: Eni awards 2014 honors

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    Tue, 17 Jun 2014

  2. Bioenergy: Conversion of algae, wastewater to energy, clean water

    Demonstration plant combines wastewater with algae to produce the world’s first energy-generating wastewater treatment process using carbon-negative technologies.

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    Tue, 19 Aug 2014

  3. Simulation Tools Deliver Competitive Edge

      Representations of fuels can now be used with models constructed from 3-D combustion simulations.  

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    Magazine Articles

    Tue, 1 Jun 2010

  4. New catalytic converters and silencers developed

    EcoNOx three-way and two-way catalytic converters and converter-silencers are newly developed to reduce exhaust emissions and/or noise from any size stationary gas engine.

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    Mon, 1 Nov 2010

  5. IndianOil, NPCIL to partner on development of nuclear power plant across India

    Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IndianOil) and Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. (NPCIL) have entered into a joint venture agreement for setting up nuclear power plants across the country.

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    Mon, 17 Jan 2011

  6. Ecopetrol marks $8.48B for 2012 CAPEX

    Ecopetrol reported its approved investment plan for the year 2012 and the update of the strategic plan for the Corporate Group for the 2012-2020 period.

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    Wed, 23 Nov 2011

  7. Biomass-fuelled CHP plant inaugurated in Estonia

    Fortum's new biomass-fuelled CHP plant in Pärnu, Estonia, has been inaugurated. The plant, which uses local fuels such as woodchips, wood residues from industry and milled peat, has a production capacity of 24 MW of electricity and 50 MW of heat.

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    Online Articles

    Tue, 8 Feb 2011

  8. PDM includes CHP in £90m investment

    UK food waste recycling company PDM has announced investment of more than £90m before the end of 2014, including two new large-scale anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities.

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    Tue, 23 Jul 2013

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