Oil and Gas World View

Warren Business Consulting is a management consulting and business training company founded by Angus Warren to provide strategic services to the energy industry, primarily in the oil and gas sector.Warren Business Consulting’s principal consultant and associates are all very experienced and work worldwide with a wide range of clients that has typically included oil and gas majors, independents, government ministries, national oil companies, technology companies, financial institutions and professional services firms.





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  • Securecom’s app keeps day-to-day conversations safe from unwanted eyes

    Tue 9:11 pm

    Securecom’s app keeps day-to-day conversations safe from unwanted eyes

    Securecom Mobile (CSE:SCE) is offering an alternative to email that promises to keep private communications away from the hands of untrusted third parties, potentially turning day-to-day conversations on their head by shielding them from mass surveillance.

  • Dow closes up 1.3% as S&P 500, Nasdaq settle higher for fourth straight session

    Tue 9:03 pm

    Dow closes up 1.3% as S&P 500, Nasdaq settle higher for fourth straight session

    U.S. stocks rallied Tuesday as investors digested some upbeat earnings reports, including better-than-expected results from Apple, which is the largest component of both the Nasdaq Composite and the S&P 500.

  • True Gold's North Kao deposit bolsters economics at Karma gold project

    Tue 7:25 pm

    True Gold's North Kao deposit bolsters economics at Karma gold project

    True Gold Mining (CVE:TGM) climbed around 5 percent on Tuesday after announcing a preliminary economic assessment on its North Kao deposit, adding another $118 million in after-tax free cash flow to its Karma gold project in Burkina Faso.

  • TSX rises a fourth day on faster-than-expected China growth

    Tue 6:16 pm

    TSX rises a fourth day on faster-than-expected China growth

    Canadian shares logged a four-day winning streak as commodity producers advanced after  investors digested data showing slower yet better-than-expected economic expansion in China, the nation's second-largest trading partner. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 1.3 percent to 14,518.18 at 12:09 p.m. in Toronto. Nine share gained for every stock that lost as all 10 major industries advanced.