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Graham Collier


Graham Collier, SPE, is a consultant in the oil, gas, and energy industry. He has more than 35 years of experience. Collier holds a BS degree in naval architecture and marine engineering from Cardiff University. He began his career with Texaco Overseas Tankships in London, later joining Halliburton Brown and Root in London as a project engineer. Collier has held various global and regional positions through technical, project, corporate, and commercial disciplines within the offshore and onshore oil, gas, and energy industry.

  • Green hydrogen (i.e., hydrogen produced through electrolysis using electricity generated from the likes of wind turbines and solar panels) is growing rapidly in popularity as a successor to hydrocarbon fuel. … It is worth noting that hydrogen does have some issues, which, to be fair, have yet to be overcome.
  • Today, oil and gas are still important energy providers. They will remain with us throughout this century, but, like the coal industry, they will decline, not because we will run out, but mankind will learn to harvest cleaner energy more favorable to the wellbeing of us all. In the meantime, I do hope that we are not so quick to rid ourselves of the impressive industr…