Blogs

Whiting’s Volker, Pioneer’s Sheffield Solving For Markets For New Oil Supply

Heard At OGIS NY: The Tuscaloosa Code Has Been Cracked

Scott Sheffield: Refiners’ Profit Margin Is Impediment To Lifting U.S. Oil-Export Ban

The Miracle Of American Oil And Natural Gas

We must stand up for the millions of jobs, billions in tax revenue, balance of trade and energy security that we are creating.

Colorado Acts Tough on Air Pollution from Oil And Gas Drilling – Is This The Way Forward?

Has Colorado set the right precedent, or can this end up being a brazen effort of the state which might only hurt its economy?

Still-Tumbling Gas In Storage Causing Doubt As To If Full Reload Is Possible

Intelligently Manage Your Leases For Business-Changing Results

Intense competition, attractive opportunities have made leases more covetable than ever before.

U.S.-Iran Relations: Turning Point Or Eye Of the Storm?

The forecast at present is not positive for proponents of détente.

Anti-Fracing Efforts And The Threat Of Regulatory Risk

Some Australian Companies Are Returning To Their Roots

Companies are exploring Cooper, Otway and Gippsland basins, and others.

Study: America's Natural Gas System Is Leaky And In Need Of A Fix

Is Fracing A Dirty Word In Australia?

Traditional landowners and green groups campaigning against fracing in the Kimberley were not happy. Their view is that mixing chemicals with ecosystems is a calamity.

Pages