A State With a Stormy History Anyone who has lived for any period of time to the east of I-35 in Texas has experienced some…View More Leading in a Crisis: How ConocoPhillips Responded to Hurricane Harvey
Oil and natural gas produced from the shale plays around the Lone Star State provide huge revenues to the local and state governments, and those revenues ultimately benefit every citizen in the state.View More Today’s Shale ‘Splainer: How Shale Impacts the Texas Economy
In mid-June, I read with great interest a farewell message written by DrillingInfo’s Chairman, Allen Gilmer, to the members of the Texas Independent Producers and…View More Reflections on the Vital Role of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry’s Trade Associations
Denver/Julesberg (DJ) Basin – Colorado Production levels of both oil and gas in this key shale basin are also setting records in recent months. Bernadette…View More Shale Play Short Takes
The Planner “You have to be deliberate and take your time, and don’t get ahead of yourselves. You have to watch out for each other…View More Tommy Nusz and Oasis Petroleum: Doing What’s In The DNA
Thanks to a series of smart energy policy decisions, the domestic oil and gas industry has completely changed America’s energy security equation over the last 2 years.View More Today’s Shale ‘Splainer: Why the U.S. can Drill its way to Energy Security After all
After a brief respite during the peak of summer driving season, gasoline prices are about to go up again thanks to the rising price for crude oil.View More Today’s Shale ‘Splainer: Why Gasoline Prices are Fixin’ to Rise Again
The U.S. shale boom is rapidly expanding all over the nation. It’s not just about the Permian anymore.View More Today’s Shale ‘Splainer: The Shale Boom is not Just About the Permian Basin
So, today all the news related to the oil and gas industry is hovering around OPEC and Russia and their big meeting taking place in…View More Today’s Shale ‘Splainer: Why’s Everybody Talking About Opec and Russia?
The average gas price has fallen almost 3 percent in the past week, and we can expect it to drop even more in the next two weeks. This is because the gasoline price always lags several weeks behind significant changes in oil prices, since the gasoline you put into your tank today was likely refined from oil produced several weeks ago.View More Today’s Shale ‘Splainer: Hey, Why Are Gasoline Prices Suddenly Falling?