Catching up on Industry news, I ran across the article below and a quote in it caught my eye. It’s so true, Shale has dominated
A look at what 2020 has in store for Oil & Gas according to the article below by Forbes.com Energy Contributor Davit Blackmon, it remains
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) new report on global consumption and Rystad’s and PricewaterhouseCooper’s forecasts on investment and new discoveries override previous concerns of global
Conventional drilling programs have been in decline since the shale boom began, but the decline in shale production and shale wells aging out at a
When you are looking into investment opportunities in oil and gas, especially in areas like the Permian Basin known for their unconventional drilling… ie Shale,
It’s no big surprise to anyone in the industry that New Mexico’s governor is not opposed to the oil and gas industry… after all her
The current state of the oil and gas industry has it’s challenges, that is for sure as noted in the article below. But despite an
As the debate on renewable energy continues to rage, Natural Gas is certainly making a splash. Currently third, the US could become the largest LNG
According to the EIA US oil and gas production is expected to maintain growth through 2030 and remain the “fastest and greatest in the world”.
It would seem that the British aren’t as accommodating to the Shale fracking Industry as the US and it’s getting plenty of attention, even overseas.