Petrofac’s John Pearson believes the digital transition can better the life of those working in oil and gas by offering “a whole world” of new jobs. Speaking at the Future Oil and Gas Conference in Aberd […]
The IPO market for oil and gas independents has evaporated, as the cost of replacing assets – including leaseholds, reserves and drilling inventory – exceeds the market value of publicly traded shale com […]
The skies of the U.S. economy are clear and sunny, but many analysts see storm clouds on the horizon.
By many measures, the economy is in its best shape since the Great Recession of 2007 to 2009. […]
Predictions are like assumptions, but have some data behind them. We are in a very odd time where every story that is positive about the industry, another is negative. Analysts can’t seem to agree on anything.
Predictions are just predictions. No one really knows what tomorrow will bring, never mind what 6 months or 1 year will bring.
The price of oil is fluctuating so much, how can anyone make a prediction. The only thing I can predict with some accuracy and confidence is that the traffic in Jakarta will be tremendous when the majority of people return from the long holiday after the fasting month haha.
You gotta crack some plankton to make crude oil.
If you’re reading something related to fossil fuels here on ZME Science, chances are it somehow ties into the issue of pollution or global warming. B […]
Big Oil is having an incredible impact, again, in Texas. Midland, TX is experiencing such a booming shale-oil economy that truck drivers are making more than $100,000. In turn, smaller businesses are […]
Pope Francis warned against the “continued search” for fossil fuels Saturday and urged a gathering of oil executives, investors and officials to meet the world’s energy needs while protecting the enviro […]