Tag / Energy Resources & Marine
Blog posts • Sep 12, 2018 10:28 GMT
Press releases • Sep 12, 2018 06:55 GMT
Companies in the Energy. Resources and Marine sectors (ERM) are rebounding as oil and commodity prices continue to rise and global GDP growth is projected to increase 3.4% in 2019. Travel activity is also on the up, with air prices expected to climb 2.6% globally next year, according to the 2019 Energy, Resources & Marine Travel Forecast, published today.
Blog posts • Jul 05, 2018 07:06 GMT
Carol “Korky” Gartside was waist-deep in water, frantically looking for a high and secure place to store her laptop. The driving rain, gusty winds and flooded streets wrought by Hurricane Harvey last August, did not make it safe to bring anything but the clothes on her back, a converted garbage bag as raincoat, and overnight clothes. She settled on a high shelf and quickly evacuated her home.
Blog posts • Jul 03, 2018 07:12 GMT
Gordon Ramsey may be one of the world’s richest chefs, making well over a hundred million dollars, but even a non-celebrity chef with no Michelin Stars can be worth as much. How? As with most things, it’s location, location, location. The chef needs to be working on an offshore oil rig, typically situated far into the ocean.
Press releases • Sep 14, 2017 16:50 GMT
Airfares and hotel rates in key locations for the Energy, Resources and Marine (ERM) sectors are expected to rise in 2018 - according to CWT Energy, Resources & Marine, the specialist division of global travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel breaks US$2 billion new business sales barrier for the first time as CWT 3.0 gains traction
Press releases • Mar 09, 2017 07:30 GMT
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), the global travel management company, today reported strong results for 2016, highlighted by US$2 billion in sales attributable to new business.
Press releases • Nov 10, 2016 14:00 GMT
CWT Energy, Resources & Marine and IBS Software Services today launched a report showing how companies can cut their travel spend by up to 15 percent and reduce overall travel arrangement times by up to 75 percent.
Press releases • Oct 19, 2016 19:27 GMT
Driven by the combination of only slight growth in oil prices, minimal growth in both mature and emerging economies, and increases in alternative and renewable energy resources 2017 will be a volatile year for travel in the energy, resources and marine sector.