Distributed monthly to over 15,000 industry members, this premier monthly publication focuses on changing regulatory, environmental, technological, economic and financial landscapes that impact the oil and gas sector.
Editorial Themes for 2016/17
- Reducing Costs (Operational Efficiency)
- Technology & Innovation
- Supply Chain Optimization
- Project Delivery Excellence
- Carbon & Sustainability
These themes extend across all JWN offerings -- print and digital publications, data & market intelligence reports, and our special events & conferences -- and connect our award-winning Editorial content with insight and perspective from industry leaders and experts.
Topics covered include:
- Market activity in the Upstream and Midstream segments
- Environmental issues
- Government regulations
- Profiles on key industry thought leaders
- Access to capital
- Human resources
Award Winning Design and Original Content
Judges' Comments: "The clean, yet colourful design of Oilweek’s Rising Stars is highly visual and impactful. Nice use of scrolling and video make this feature feel very tactile and interactive. This isn’t a print feature posted online – it was clearly designed from a digital perspective.
Oilweek’s Rising Stars is a fun take on what could have been a very basic site. Great use of a one-page design and good attention to details with nice use of parallaxing."
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Oilweek is the preferred trade publication for Executives and Operations Managers working in Canada's oil and gas industry. It's broad coverage appeals to industry members from across sectors; including those working in conventional oil and gas, heavy oil and oilsands, service and supply, engineering and consulting and pipelines and distribution.
Darrell Stonehouse is editor ofOilweekas well as JWN's Intelligence Publications. He joined the company in 1998 as editor of theOil & Gas Inquirer, Oil & Gas Quarterly and Alberta Construction Magazine. In 2004, he was appointed managing editor of all JWN magazines.
In 2006, Darrell left the company to operate his own communications business, focused on custom publishing products. He rejoined JWN in 2011. Prior to joining JWN, Darrell was a newspaper reporter and editor of Alberta Beef magazine. His work has also appeared in many other business publications, including Financial Post Magazine, Alberta Report, and a variety of agricultural publications.
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