Why don’t we use open source software development techniques in the energy industry? There’s an easy answer to that, of course. The current structure of competition is so heavily biased towards zero-sum game conceptions, between companies and between the corporate sector and host governments, that it would be hard to make happen. Ghana, or Yemen, more »
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(first in a series of blogs bringing the voice of people in or affected by the oil industry all over the world - ed) As a little girl I loved flying and always thought I’d be an Airhostess so I could spend as much time flying as possible. Later my passion was shifted to Pharmacy after spending some time with my mother in her drug store. As I grew older I realized my favorite subject was Mathematics thus I should look for a new passion that wouldn’t cause me to say goodbye to Math.