The Evolving Energy Story

by James Peters| May 7, 2015

Annually, at the end of April, energy experts from around the world gather in Houston, Texas for Cambridge Energy Resources Week (CERA) to discuss industry issues and opportunities, and share their visions of the future. This year, Ketchum Energy simultaneously sponsored an energy communications symposium in Houston in an effort to learn from these energy […]

Beyond the Promised Land – Five Reasons the European Fracking Controversy Is Different

by Anatol Frantzen and Georg Schmitt| February 21, 2013

Last Sunday, Berlin’s film festival “Berlinale” came to an end with the glamorous award ceremony. If Matt Damon didn’t get an award for his enviro-drama “Promised Land,” he still managed to fuel a debate that was also ignited at least three years ago by another film – Josh Fox’s “Gasland.” At the heart of both […]

Modern Energy Battles Demand Science-Backed Stakeholder Support

by Jerry Thompson| February 19, 2013

With the recent 60 Minutes TV profile of Daniel Day-Lewis, who so powerfully portrayed our most popular US President in the 2012 bio-pic “Lincoln,” we continue to examine the emotion and pain of the Civil War. With President Obama’s SOTU address, we’re reminded that the nation remains essentially at war over the development and delivery […]

Powering the Global Energy Sector

by Anastasia Ivanova| May 18, 2012

There is an infinite number of ways miscommunication can undermine a business. It’s a no-brainer. However, last week’s London Business School Energy Forum reveals that lack of communication can undermine the whole sector. In this case, the European energy sector. In the UK – of all places – the lights are predicted to go out […]