Europe Cosmetic White Oil Market Production, Supply, Sales, and Demand Research Report is a systematically conducted exhaustive study of the Europe Cosmetic White Oil Market. The aim of the Europe cosmetic White Oil Industry report is to assist novice as well as seeded players in gaining astute business intelligence and make decisions based on it.

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Houston Gateway to the Americas

The Colombia Texas Chamber of Commerce, the U.S.-Panama Business Council, the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Houston Partnership, the University of Houston, and Houston First have joined forces to organize the first hemispheric Conference & Expo in Houston titled “Houston: Gateway to the Americas”, to be held at the The Westin Houston, Memorial City on October 24-26, 2016.

Why Houston?

Houston is the fourth largest city in the United States and the fifth largest metropolitan region. It is recognized as the United States’ epicenter of Energy Center and its Texas Medical Center is unparalleled in the world. The Houston Ship Channel, hosting the Port of Houston, is the largest port in the United States in international tonnage and its airport system is the top ten in the nation and #3 in flights to the Americas.

Houston’s leadership position will be strengthened with the expansion of the Panama Canal, scheduled to the finalized in the first half of 2016. The expansion will position Houston as the principal port of Central USA, with large implications for the trade and investment. The Houston port is the presently deepening its container port to accommodate post-Panamax ships while at the same time installing new container cranes.

The conference will serve to strengthen the “connection” between Houston and the Americas, enhancing its position as the true gateway. It will undoubtedly expand on existing trade and lead to additional transfer of technology, education, tourism and other areas.

 Explore the city of Houston at The Westin Houston, Memorial City, our West Houston hotel – ranked #7 on the 2014 U.S. News & World Report list of Best Houston Hotels. As the only hotel connected to great Houston shopping at the Memorial City Mall and adjacent to the restaurants of Gateway, our hotel boasts a convenient location near CityCentre, the Energy Corridor District and the Westchase District and offers the ultimate in comfort and relaxation. Whether traveling for business or leisure, The Westin Houston, Memorial City hotel provides a soothing and refreshing sanctuary during your stay.
University of Houston

U.S. Mexico Chamber of Commerce
Greater Houston Partnership

U.S. Panama Business Council
Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau


The Colombia Texas Chamber of Commerce

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Felco Energy Solution, a world leader in safety training for the Oil & Gas Industry, has informed us about its upcoming conference: “The Oil & Gas Industry in Mexico. Doing Business Successfully.”

Felco Energy Solution is an international company providing consultancy, technical assistance and safety training to the oil and gas industry. We are one of the leading companies offering HSE certifications to onshore and offshore drilling facilities and those who work on them. Felco originated in Mexico and has been operational in the market for over 15 years with a presence over 20 countries.

conferenciaThis conference led by Felco Energy Solution, will help prepare US companies to take advantage of the growing business opportunities in Mexico’s oil and gas industry. The conference will highlight what foreign companies will need to know as they develop their business successfully with the local oil companies. The conference attendance will be between one hundred and one hundred and fifty people. The speakers are special guests from Mexico with more than 30 years experience in the local oil industry. The event will be promoted through various channels, such as social media, newspaper, TV stations, networking, and relevant associations. This will be a great opportunity to be part of our first international conference where US companies and companies from Mexico will be together for networking and experience sharing. As a sponsor you will also benefit greatly from the exposure that this event will have both in the US and Mexico.

Registration information:

Individuals: $80.00 USD                                                                                                                

Early bird registration (until October 9th): $75.00 USD

Corporate Package; 5 tickets $375.00 USD                                                                                             

Students: $65.00 USD

Include: Conference entrance, breakfast, morning snack, and networking.

Attendee registration at: www.felco-inc.com/oil-and-gas-conference


Sponsor opportunities are available!

Sponsor registration online at:


Gold $5,000.00 USD

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10 Admission to the event

Company logo listed on the invitation

Company logo on all printed material

Mentioned as sponsor at the welcoming

Silver $2,500.00 USD

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5 Admission to the event

Company logo on all printed


Bronze $1,500.00 USD

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2 Admission to the event

Company logo on all printed material


Limited spaces available!

“When oil prices are low, Houston’s economy grows.When oil prices are high, Houston’s economy booms.”

houston facts

Houston named America’s No. 1


  1. It’s got the jobs. Houston is the No. 1 city for job creation in the U.S., by a lot.


  1. Houston is home to more Fortune 500 company headquarters than anywhere in America except for New York.
  2. It hosts the world’s largest concentration of healthcare organizations, with scientists working hard to beat cancer.


  1. It’s one of the centers of America’s lucrative oil and gas industry.


  1. Massive international trade gives another big jobs boost to the rapidly growing city.


  1. Houston is called Space City for a reason. It’s home of the NASA Astronaut Corps.


  1. Houston recently passed New York to become the most ethnically and racially diverse city in the U.S.


  1. Houston’s got more parks than any other top-10 metropolitan area.


  1. The combination of the University of Houston and Rice University means there are a bunch of smart people around.


  1. Houston has one of the largest rodeos in the world.





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Rosneft and BP today (06-19-2015) signed several agreements strengthening the long term strategic relationship between the two companies, at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Rosneft and BP signed final binding agreements for Rosneft’s sale to BP of a 20 per cent share of Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazodobycha (Taas), creating a new joint venture in East Siberia. The document was signed by Rosneft Management Board Chairman Igor Sechin and President of BP Russia David Campbell.

The venture will further develop the Srednebotuobinskoye oil and gas condensate field which is one of the largest fields in eastern Siberia, currently producing about 20,000 barrels a day. The Taas venture will also undertake the development of suitable infrastructure for further exploration and development of the region’s reserves. Related to this, Rosneft and BP will also jointly undertake the exploration of an associated Area of Mutual Interest (AMI) in the region, covering approximately 115,000 square kilometres.

Commenting on the signing, Igor Sechin said: “Eastern Siberia is a priority area for Rosneft. Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazodobycha is carrying out a set of actions with the aim to further expand local infrastructure and boost production capacities. I’m glad that our cooperation with BP is developing in such a promising area.”

David Campbell said: “I am pleased we have been able to conclude this transaction. It further deepens our relationship with Rosneft and underlines BP’s position and strategy as a successful long term investor in Russia. BP will continue to seek attractive investment opportunities to develop Russia’s substantial resources, whilst continuing to comply with international sanctions.”

Rosneft and BP have also agreed jointly to explore two additional Areas of Mutual Interest (AMIs) in the West Siberian and Yenisey-Khatanga basins covering a combined area of about 260,000 square kilometers. This agreement commits BP and Rosneft jointly to conduct studies and, if successful, establish new joint ventures to obtain licences and perform exploration activities. Any joint ventures will be owned 51 per cent by Rosneft and 49 per cent by BP. As part of this agreement Rosneft and BP will also form a joint venture to carry out further appraisal work on the 2009 Rosneft-discovered Baikalovskiy field inside the Yenisey-Khatanga AMI. Exploration activities in the two AMIs will include screening studies, acquisition of seismic data, and drilling of exploration wells as new licences are added.

Within the framework of the Forum, Igor Sechin and David Campbell also signed a heads of terms to pursue a reorganization of the German Ruhr Oel GmbH (ROG) refining joint venture. The document envisages restructuring the JV by dividing between the parties shares in four refineries and associated infrastructure.

As a result of the planned deal Rosneft will double its shareholding in the Bayernoil refinery – to 25% from 12.5%; the MiRO refinery – to 24% from 12%; and the PCK Raffinerie – to 37.5% from 18.75%.

BP in exchange will consolidate 100% of the equity of the Gelsenkirchen refinery and the solvent production facility DHC Solvent Chemie. The closing of the deal is subject to the fulfillment of conditions precedent, which include inter alia regulatory approvals.

The restructuring of Ruhr Oel GmbH will enable Rosneft and BP to re-focus their refining and petrochemicals strategies in Germany.

Commenting on the signing Igor Sechin said: “This agreement demonstrates Rosneft’s shift to a fundamentally new level of operations in Western Europe and confirms the Company’s commitment to the creation of the most efficient marketing structure, aimed at the creation of additional value for our shareholders. We are thankful to BP, our strategic partner, for the lessons learned during our joint work within ROG and their support for our new beginnings.”

David Campbell said “Our sole ownership of the Gelsenkirchen refinery will re-focus our refining business in the heart of Europe and is in line with our drive for greater simplification and efficiency.”

Notes from BP

In November 2014, Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazodobycha produced its one millionth ton of oil after the Srednebotuobinskoye oil and gas condensate field was commissioned in October 2013, owing this result to efficient geological and technical measures, and the construction of wells and infrastructure, including oil and gas containment and treatment units and a delivery/acceptance station.

Also the company constructed a 169 km-long pipeline to the Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean oil pipeline system. Today there are as many as 51 producing wells, which deliver about 2.4 thousand tons of crude every day.

Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazodobycha, a Rosneft subsidiary, operates the Srednebotuobinskoye oil and gas condensate field, which is located in the Sakha Republic, Yakutia. The field’s reserves under Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazodobycha’s С1+С2 licensed areas total 133 mln tons of liquid hydrocarbons and 137 bcm of  gas.

In May 2011, Rosneft acquired a 50% share in a joint venture Ruhr Oel GmbH (ROG) in Germany. ROG holds stakes in four refineries in Germany (Gelsenkirchen – 100%, Bayernoil – 25%; MiRO – 24%; PCK– 37.5%). Moreover the joint venture holds stakes in five pipelines and marine crude oil terminals in the North, Baltic, Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas. Rosneft`s partner in the JV on a parity basis is BP Europa SE. ROG is a  German market leader in terms of refining volumes – 21.2 mln tonnes in 2013.

In 2014, overall Rosneft crude oil supplies to Germany amounted to 20.3 million tonnes, which is almost a quarter of all oil imported to Germany. In addition to the 265,000 b/d Gelsenkirchen refinery, BP will still own and operate the 95,000 b/d Lingen refinery which was not a part of the ROG venture and will maintain a separate 10 per cent share in the 217,000 b/d Bayernoil refinery.

(This press release was jointly issued by Rosneft and BP)

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After an unsteady recovery from the global recession, the world’s largest economy now stands on firmer ground. The United States should see growth of about 3 percent in 2015 – 2016 – which would be its fastest within the past decade, according to the International Monetary Fund.

Projects Managers are feeling that growth spurt, too. The U.S. demand for project practitioners is expanding by more than 12 percent, resulting in almost 6.2 million jobs in 2020, according to PMI’s 2013 Talent Gap Report.

In 2014, U.S. employment levels finally approached their pre-recession highs, according to a Deloitte report. Employers now intend to hire at their strongest rate in over six years, ManpowerGroup reports between 2012 and 2022, U.S. employment should increase by almost 11 percent, with healthcare accounting for almost one-third of new jobs – more than any other sector

Project managers in the United States – whose median salary rank third in the world after Australia and Switzerland – will benefit from a hiring push in project-rich sectors

“As companies look to gain efficiencies and improve their bottom line, the awareness of project management as a valuable skill and the demand for skilled project managers have definitely increase in the United States,” says Ruth Stevens, PMP , director, Grant Thornton LLP New York USA. Ms Stevens says she has notice an increasing number of job listing indicating that a PMP credential is either a “definite plus” or “required”

In addition to healthcare, Ms Stevens says financial services and insurance are among the largest, most visible sectors with a project manager demand. With construction jobs up to 6 million in June 2014 (up from 5.4 million in January 2011), that sector is also in need: A January 2014 survey of Associated General Contractors of America members shows that almost half (48 percent) were having trouble filling project managers/supervisor roles.

Source PM Network Jan 2015

Dirck Hornung, PMP  (www.oil-n-gas-network.com)

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Brazil’s economy has hit a rough patch: It officially entered a recession in August 2014, after two consecutive quarters of falling outputs. While many analyst were predicting growth of 3 percent in 2015 a year ago, those estimates have been scaled back.

                Yet the country’s unemployment rate has decrease to near record lows, from more than 13 percent in 2003 to around 5 percent in 2014. To set themselves apart, “project managers in Brazil should continuously invest in training, gain experience and develop their soft skills,” says Joao Gama Neto, PMI-ACP, PMP professor if project management, INPG Business School Sao Paulo, Brazil.

                Despite the current slowdown, the Brazilian government sees smoother sailing ahead, with the economy bolstered by slowing inflation and credit expansion, plus a recovery in mining and oil output. IT, financial services expansion, telecommunications, construction and the government are among the largest users of project management, Mr. Gama says

                “I believe that 2015 will be better than 2014, and we will have an increase in job opportunities in the second half,” he says.

Source PM Network Jan 2015

Dirck Hornung, PMP  (www.oil-n-gas-network.com)

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Latin America’s second-largest economy will be strengthened by ongoing economic reforms – especially in the energy and telecommunications sectors, according to the International Monetary Fund. Project practitioners should reap the rewards.

“with the reforms and their implementation over the next year, there will be an explosion in the need for project managers in the energy and telecommunications sector.” Says Francisco Herrera, PMP, program manager, Coppel Sa de CV, Culiacan Mexico. This will lead to new infrastructure projects that will result in “exponential growth” for project management positions, Mr. Herrera adds.

That demand follows a maturing project management landscape. “More organizations recognize the project management is a necessary to achieve business results.” He says “The better prepared will have the best promotions, positions and salaries.”

Increased responsibility is reflected in salaries. In Mexico, a project manager who oversees an initiative with more than 20 team members makes 29 percent more than one with fewer than five team members. Moreover,  a project manager overseeing a project with a budget greater than US$10 million makes 64 percent more than one with a project under US$100,000, according to PMI’s 2013 Salary Survey.

There should be plenty of opportunities for practitioners to take advantage of those statistics. Last year, the Mexican government launched a US$590 billion infrastructure plan that includes 743 project in sectors such as energy, communications and transportation.

Source PM Network Jan 2015

Dirck Hornung, PMP  (www.oil-n-gas-network.com)


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A new ExxonMobil chemical project is creating thousands of jobs here in Houston. The project’s economic benefits study estimates the investment will result in about 10,000 construction jobs and 4,000 permanent jobs in the community, while adding nearly $1 billion annually to the local economy. It’s part of a resurgence of growth driven by American supplies of natural gas, and it’s centered right here in Houston.

exxon5ExxonMobil is constructing a state-of-the-art campus in Houston that will be home to its Upstream, Downstream and Chemicals companies and associated service groups.

By bringing many global functional groups together, the campus will provide employees with the tools and capabilities needed today, and in the future, to achieve business objectives and accelerate the discovery of new resources, technologies and products. It will foster improved collaboration, creativity and innovation and enhance the company’s ability to attract, develop and retain the top talent in the industry.

The campus is located on 385 wooded acres immediately to the west of Interstate Highway 45 (I-45), at the intersection of I-45 and the Hardy Toll Road, approximately 25 miles from the cultural vibrancy of downtown Houston.

Designed to accommodate 10,000 employees, the campus will be constructed to the highest standards of energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. Its design incorporates extensive research into best practices in workplace design and benchmarking from the world’s top facilities.

Sustainable design practices have been incorporated into every facet of the campus design and construction process. The campus will meet the highest standards of energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.

The office buildings are designed to harvest daylight and minimize water use, and are designed to be 40 percent more energy efficient than a typical office building. For example, offices will utilize window features that allow the optimal amount of sunlight into office buildings while minimizing radiant heat.

Appropriate water management is another key component of the campus sustainability program, and more than 80 percent of water used on campus will be non-potable. Potable water use will be at least 90 percent less than the national average for typical office buildings.

The campus will protect and enhance the biodiversity on the site, with approximately 80 percent of the campus to remain vegetated or covered by two lakes. In addition, re-vegetation programs will increase tree species from about 20 to about 90 species.

Community benefits
Already an integral part of the Houston community, ExxonMobil will continue to engage with business, community and charitable organizations across the greater Houston area. In addition, the campus will provide significant economic benefits for Texas and the local economy even after construction is complete.

Construction of the new campus began in 2011. Early site work included the construction of access roads and bridges, central utilities, computer support and parking facilities. The next phase of construction, the office buildings, with a focus on the buildings near the northwest garage, began in 2012. Work on the specialty buildings, including the Laboratory, Wellness and Energy Centers, began in the fall of 2012. By the end of 2014, seven office buildings will be open and approximately 3,600 residents will be working on campus. Work on the remaining office buildings, and specialty buildings will be complete in mid-2015.

A summary of major campus components includes:

  • Campus
    The 385-acre ExxonMobil Campus will feature multiple low-rise office buildings, a state-of-the-art meeting and training center, a laboratory, wellness center, a child development center, and dining and retail amenities.
  • Energy Center
    The Energy Center is designed to embody the company’s commitment to leading technology and engineering. A main feature of the center is a 10,000-ton floating cube that appears to hover over a plaza below, offering a spectacular view of the campus.


  • Laboratory
    The Laboratory will be a premier research and physical science facility designed to stimulate innovation and accelerate discovery.
  • Wellness Center
    A 100,000-square-foot Wellness Center will feature a three-story glass atrium, cardio and strength training facilities and classes, a basketball court, personal training services and healthy dining venues.
  • Office buildings
    Multi-story atriums in all office buildings provide a large-scale entry and gathering place for employees, encouraging collaboration and inviting natural light inside.  Bridges on the upper levels connect across the atria and allow ease of movement around the buildings.





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Forbes Names Vlocity As A Next-Gen Disruptor in Sales and Customer Management In Addition to Being Named by Forbes to the Next Billion Dollar Companies List,...