Like Lightning, Asset Protection Surges Across Oklahoma
A sky illuminated with impressive strikes of lightning can prove to be a spectacular sight for some, but for the oil and gas community, it can infuse worry and result in asset destruction and even death. Companies across Oklahoma have made great strides in countering lightning’s catastrophic fury. The risks...
Pavegen: Stepping into the Future
Pavegen, a company based in London, is using the kinetic power of footsteps to generate off-grid power. Their triangular installations look no different than other traditional decorative sidewalk slabs or flooring. But those triangles weren’t chosen just to look nice. That particular shape cuts down on any dead space...
Diversity: A Lesson Learned in Lockdown
Lockdowns are being lifted, and the great mask debate is raging all over the internet. Will there be another lockdown? Do we really have to accept a “new normal”? There are so many questions that go without answers. Instead, I thought about what I’ve learned during the past few...
Dominion and Duke Energy announced over the weekend that they have cancelled plans to complete the $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project.
What You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story Dominion and Duke Energy announced over the weekend that they have cancelled plans to complete the $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project. The pipeline would have carried natural gas produced in the Marcellus Shale region across the Appalachian Mountains...
Saudi Arabia is threatening to ignite another global oil price war if cheating participants in the OPEC+ deal continue to exceed their quotas.
What You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story Here we go again. Saudi Arabia is threatening to ignite another global oil price war if cheating participants in the OPEC+ deal continue to exceed their quotas. According to the Wall Street Journal: Saudi energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman...
The country’s largest independent shale producer, ConocoPhillips, announced that it plans to start bringing its shut-in production back online during July.
What You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story Welcome to the second half of 2020, or as we like to call it, the year that cannot end soon enough! The country's largest independent shale producer, ConocoPhillips, announced that it plans to start bringing its shut-in production back online...
IceWind is Crossing the Atlantic
Huge wind turbines are not an uncommon sight these days. Their numbers and effect on wildlife are hotly debated topics. Enter IceWind, a small company in Iceland. They took an old design and remade it for the modern age. The turbines they make are called Vertical Axis Wind Turbines...
Following the lead of BP, Shell announced on Monday that it will take a big write-down of its oil and gas assets against its 2nd quarter earnings.
What You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story Following the lead of BP, Shell announced on Monday that it will take a big write-down of its oil and gas assets against its 2nd quarter earnings. Also like BP, Shell said this write-down was a part of the...
Nuclear Power and Natural Gas not to be Funded by EU
This past Wednesday, June 24, the countries of the EU decided the bloc’s flagship fund would not be used to finance nuclear and natural gas. The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, wants to set up a 40 billion euro Just Transition Fund. With the recent agreement, the fund...
Chesapeake Energy announced on Sunday that it would seek protection under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code. It recently skipped a $15 million debt payment.
What You Should Know in Oil and Gas Today The Big Story Chesapeake Energy announced on Sunday that it would seek protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. bankruptcy code. The company had been the subject of rampant rumors in the industry and media over the past years, as it has...
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