10 Things You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story The Big Story today turns out to be a story that is not happening after all. Last week, Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton introduced a proposed order to limit Texas oil production to 80% of October 2019 levels,...
WEN South Texas
Previous Next WEN South Texas Hosts: From the Wellhead to the Water More than 75 people attended the Feb. 27 luncheon featuring Sean Strawbridge, CEO, Port Corpus Christi, and he had a lot to say. As the keynote speaker of the event, Sean Strawbridge mentioned the upcoming elections and the concern over the...
10 Things You Should Know About Oil and Gas Today The Big Story The June contract for West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was crashing towards single digits on Monday, just a week after we saw prices on the May contract fall into negative territory. As of this writing, WTI was selling for...
OPEC & COVID-19 - In the Oil Patch
COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its Texas Impact are the talk today with David Blackmon on this weeks special 3 part In The Oil Patch Radio Show! Speaker 1: (01:17) They announced that they were doing $10 billion of cuts in 2020 on their capital spending budget, which is actually the largest of...
OPEC & COVID-19 - In the Oil Patch
OPEC and COVID-19 (coronavirus) are the talk today with David Blackmon on this weeks special 3 part In The Oil Patch Radio Show! Speaker 1: (00:00) And welcome to In the Oil Patch radio show. I'm your host, Kym Bolado. Today, we have a great show lined up for you. We...
OPEC & COVID-19 - In the Oil Patch
OPEC and COVID-19 (coronavirus) are the talk today with David Blackmon on this weeks special 2 part In The Oil Patch Radio Show! Speaker 1: (00:00) And welcome to In the Oil Patch radio show. I'm your host, Kym Bolado. Today, we have a great show lined up for you. We...
Dominion and Duke Energy announced over the weekend that they have cancelled plans to complete the $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project.
Here are 10 things you need to know about oil and gas for April 3, 2020: State Regulators Hold The Key To U.S. Participation In A Global Oil Supply Deal - Excerpt: In states like Texas, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Wyoming and New Mexico, which together are producing the preponderance of U.S....
The Shale Controversy – Understanding Both Sides
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...
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...
Managing Safety Amid New Challenges
Dell recently ranked oil and gas production among the top 20 most rugged jobs in America. The list evaluated the physical labor, risk of fatality and injury, and environmental exposure that workers encounter daily. These conditions push mental and physical limits, but a context that is often overlooked is...