Tuesday, May 26, 2020


A Call for Abstracts: World Gas Conference 2018

The World Gas Conference, the largest and most prestigious global gas event, will be held in Washington, DC June 2018. WGC has been held throughout the world since 1931 and garners unrivaled industry support and exceptional participation.

With Dakota denial, outlook for U.S. pipelines turns murky

The U.S. Army's denial of an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline, after permitting and legal obligations were followed, sets an uncertain precedent for new projects despite President-elect Donald Trump's promise to support energy infrastructure. The decision came after months of protests by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and others who said the line could desecrate tribal grounds, or a spill could contaminate drinking water. While most of the 1,172-mile (1,885-km) pipeline is complete, Energy Transfer Partners, the line's owner, needed an easement from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)...

OPEC Struck A Deal – Now Comes the Hard Part

by  Deon Daugherty | Rigzone Along with almost across-the-industry relief that OPEC managed to agree on a crude oil production cut, investors are also showing real concern the cartel won’t adhere to its On Nov. 30, OPEC announced it would trim its production by 1.2 million barrels per day – more than initially proposed when the group last met in September. Add in another 600,000 barrels per day (bpd) cut from non-OPEC nations, and you’re really starting to cook. Surprising to almost everyone, Russia came onboard and pledged to cut its production by half the non-OPEC total. But before the industry plans a parade, there’s...

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Gulf of Mexico oil and gas drillers could win Trump’s war on regulations

Eddie Seal | Bloomberg | Getty Images Chevron Jack/St. Malo platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf of Mexico oil and gas drillers could see some relief from a more industry-friendly White House, according to a major energy consulting firm. That relief probably would not come from Donald Trump's vows to open federal waters to drilling, which could take many years to produce results, if they do so at all. Instead, the president-elect could tweak policy in three areas to make it easier for offshore drillers to turn a profit at a time when oil prices are low, says consultancy Wood Mackenzie. "Under a Trump...
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Class of 2020: May You Find the Opportunity in Crisis

Twenty three years has passed since I graduated from Louisiana State University. That day was filled with so many emotions,...

Finding Optimism in Tumultuous Times

Our lives have been upended in so many ways—working from home, facing collapsed markets, and navigating all the fears and changes that have come with Covid-19. But despite pandemic, despite the oil price crash, and despite the challenges all around us, there’s still room for optimism.

Big oil’s climate pledges will fail without workforce equality

This OP-ED originally appeared in the World Economic Forum gender equality insights blog.

Is the energy industry ready to return to work?

Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have set out new guidelines for U.S. schools, restaurants and other workplaces looking to...