Federal and regional media, journalists, public relations departments of fuel and energy companies and regional administrations will take part in the competition. The main goal of the competition is to increase the level of professionalism of energy companies in terms of public relations, to raise awareness among the public about fuel and energy development projects, to support projects aimed at promoting professions in the fuel and energy industry, and to raise the value attached to power engineers as well as oil and gas workers. The competition results will be announced at the Russian Energy Week International Forum.
The awards ceremony for MediaTEK winners will continue on 3 October at 11:15 and at 13:15.
The collapse in the price of crude oil is putting immediate and severe financial pressure on producers that are heavily dependent on revenues from exports. None of the OPEC states balanced their budgets at below $50/barrel in 2019, with a number requiring more than twice that amount.
This analytical report by PricewaterhouseCoopers presents the authors view on potential transformation of the oil and gas sector, the position of international companies, and the role of governments in the process.