Monthly Archives: October 2012

Is the market picking up again – second attempt

On April 13, 2011, I wrote a blog titled “Is the market picking up again?” in which I stated that the first 2 weeks of April reminded me of October 2004. In October 2004 I noticed a turn-over from crisis … Continue reading

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Enjoying a really good trade show: Offshore Energy 2012

Some people just love to go to or to exhibit on trade shows/exhibitions. They like walking around, chatting to everybody, drinking a beer or two at the after-parties (and afterwards in the local establishments) and do it al over again … Continue reading

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Alaska vs Norway, Shell vs ENI, Chukchi Sea vs Barents Sea: Arctic drilling

Shell seems to encounter a lot of criticism in general, but with regard to its onshore operations in Nigeria and her scheduled offshore operations in Alaska in particular. With regard to Nigeria, nobody will be surprised: onshore Nigeria is a … Continue reading

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Back to marketing school

Since my post in February, a lot has happened. ┬áConstruction of our new building has finished The inventory for the warehouse and the office has been purchased, installed and is up-and-ready First stock has come in We’ve had an informal … Continue reading

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Moving forward to the 90’s

It’s been a little quiet as far as my blogging is concerned. Moving to a new premises, starting up a new company, it all takes a lot of time, leaving little space for other activities. Especially in difficult economic times, … Continue reading

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