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Blockchain in energy
Blockchain in Energy Blockchain technology is the simplest form of the public ledger and shared database that assists in identifying, tracking and tracing every transaction on the enterprise blockchain network. These transactions are recorded in the form of blocks. These blocks are added to the blockchain in a linear and...
Developing Nations, Large Investment Will Help
Investments Will Change Lives in Developing Nations Three billion dollars will make a radical difference in the lives of people in developing nations needing electricity. Ventana Tek (VentanaTek.Com), an American company, finalized a major agreement with Nigeria. The green energy company will provide badly needed electricity with high-efficiency vertical wind...
NEPA Reforms
NEPA Reforms and Their Impact on Shale Environmental activists who have been critical of President Trump’s proposed regulatory reforms have engaged in abusive litigation practices that delay vital infrastructure projects making it necessary to revisit the federal rulemaking process, according to congressional figures and energy policy analysts. In January, Trump detailed...
The number of active frac spreads continues to steadily rise. After reaching a bottom of 45 in early May, the Primary Vision count now stands at 78.
Permian Strategic Partnership (PSP) - Nineteen oil and gas companies came together in 2018 and pledged $100 million to help Permian Basin communities. There is something about getting older — age brings experience, which can often appear to be wisdom. Wisdom can also come from intelligence and education. But, in...
Ethanol Nonexistent Without Oil
With the 2020 election cycle dominating national news and the Iowa Caucus recently taking place, there was once again renewed attention on industries and debates relevant to the energy industry. Corn is king in Iowa, and you can’t talk politics in that state without touching on farming and the...
Clayton Williams
Clayton Williams - Legendary Texan This past February, Texas lost one of the great characters that made it a successful state. Clayton “Claytie” Williams died in Midland, Texas on Feb. 14, 2020. This article is not written to be an obituary but as a series of recollections of my memories...
Decline in Energy Markets
Things have gone from bad to worse. Following a year of lackluster oil pricing and a general decline in oil and gas E&P activity in Texas in 2019, oil markets are now reeling from the fallout of the coronavirus and its impact on energy demand growth in the U.S....
The industry can still provide many high paying jobs and play a major role in the Texas and U.S. economy One of the many reasons I find the oil and gas industry so fascinating is the amount of opportunity and the many different facets it has available for jobs...
pipelines are lifelines
Private mineral owners think more rationally than your average protester Pipelines are lifelines! The U.S. Energy Information Administration announced that the U.S. has set yet another new record for proved reserves of both crude oil and natural gas. “Proved reserves” are those volumes that are believed to be recoverable in...
The message to Iran is clear and unambiguous: The days of U.S. capitulation are over  The President's decision to target and kill General Soleimani does not represent "a new war" but rather a substantial counter punch to Iran’s undisputed support of terrorism.Militarily, the President had earlier showed remarkable restraint when...
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