Great video from BP showing the changes in energy trends from around the world.  Energy has always fascinated me and it’s great to be part of a company that gets to take part in many different aspects of it.  Our pipe cutting and field machining services can be taken advantage of upstream, midstream, and downstream with regard.  We also play a part in many different sectors of the energy industry including oil and gas, nuclear, wind, and offshore oil.

BP had this to say about their video on youtube.

The 62nd BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2012 unlocks the story of global energy trends in 2012, including production, consumption, trade, reserves and prices.

Used by media, academia and world governments, BP’s Statistical Review has provided timely and objective data about energy economics since 1951.

In 2012, global energy consumption growth slowed to 1.8%, impacted by improved energy efficiency around the world. The world’s energy markets were driven by diverse events—including the ongoing decline of nuclear power output in Japan, the recovery of production in Libya, and rising shale development in North America.

Find out how global energy changed in 2012, across oil, natural gas, coal, renewable energy, and more. For the full report, visit