With Allister on his hols (somewhere in lockdown Aberdeen), special guest Stuart Broadley, chief executive of the Energy Industries Council – which sponsors this episode – joined Mark and Ed to size up the week’s biggest stories.They got under the skin of CHC’s stark warning about the safety implications of asking copter operators to provide services at too-low prices, before Stuart provided an assessment of BP’s plans to shrink its carbon footprint over the next 10 years, touching on some of the obstacles it will face.Ed lifted the lid on Eskom’s attempts to regain some of the money it has lost to corruption – and Sasol’s efforts to seek some solar power at its massively polluting facilities.Energy Voice helps organisations understand the geopolitical, economic and financial factors that underpin market events, and give you a view on what’s coming over the horizon. As a listener to this podcast, you can get a free trial of energyvoice.com, giving you two weeks of unrestricted access to the latest crucial news and insight. The trial is entirely without obligation – we don’t want your credit card, and there’s no auto-enrolment at the end. 📧 Email email@example.com to get the best market analysis in the world, free. 🗣 To find out how to speak to over one million qualified users in global energy, through our peerless digital news and insight platform, visit https://www.energyvoice.com/content-services Bookmark and subscribe to energyvoice.com, sign up to our newsletter, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. Ⓛ https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/energy-voice ⓣ https://twitter.com/EnergyVoiceNews To accept the trial offer, email firstname.lastname@example.org providing your name. One of our sales team will set up as a user of the Energy Voice website, apply your trial allowance and email you to provide access instructions. You will have two weeks of unlimited access from the point at which the trial allowance is instigated. At the end of the trial period you will retain your user account but will only be able to view a restricted number of articles as a free registered user (currently four per month). You will not be automatically enrolled on a paid subscription at the end of the trial period. A member of the sales team will contact you to find out if you are interested in subscribing, provide options for subscription and payment if so, and process the transaction with your authorisation. Alternatively you can purchase a subscription directly from the website. We retain the right to terminate trials and free registered user accounts without notice or explanation.