When car enthusiast John Hennessey started a YouTube channel more than a decade ago, he just wanted his Sealy auto modification shop to keep up with the times. Fast forward 12 years and Hennessey’s social media presence has exploded to 340,000 YouTube subscribers and 1 million Instagram followers watching his mechanics modify high-end cars and […]
The Department of Energy (DOE) in March 2018 released a 52-page report outlining its multi-year strategy to improve cybersecurity. In the report’s introduction, Assistant Secretary Bruce J. Walker noted that — Read on http://www.powermag.com/Read more "Strengthening the Energy Sector’s Cyber Preparedness"
Oil and gas drillers had some of the highest-paid median workers in the energy and utility sectors in 2018, according to The Wall Street Journal analysis of annual pay disclosures by hundreds of big U.S. companies. — Read on http://www.wsj.com/articles/typical-workers-pay-nears-200-000-at-oil-refiner-11556103600Read more "Typical Worker’s Pay Nears $200,000 at Oil Refiner – WSJ"
Halliburton Co sought to convince investors on Monday that weak pricing which has undermined oilfield services providers over four years was on the verge of turning a corner. — Read on http://www.reuters.com/article/us-halliburton-results/halliburton-sees-signs-of-price-recovery-shares-dip-idUSKCN1RY0Q4Read more "Halliburton sees signs of price recovery, shares dip – Reuters"
Despite false claims and accusations from extreme environmentalists, fracking and natural gas actual help our environment! Click to find out how! — Read on http://www.frackfeed.com/5-ways-that-fracking-is-helping-our-environment/Read more "5 Ways That Fracking Is Helping Our Environment – FrackFeed"
U.S. shale energy companies are cutting their spending levels in 2019, but they’re still planning on increased oil and gas output as the nation continues to hit new production records. Shale energy companies plan to cut their capital spending by 5 percent on average after crude prices plunged late last year, even though Big Oil […]Read more "U.S. energy companies produce more oil even as they cut spending"
Oil prices rise as API data reportedly show a surprise decline in U.S. crude supplies – MarketWatch — Read on http://www.marketwatch.com/story/oil-prices-rise-as-api-data-reportedly-show-a-surprise-decline-in-us-crude-supplies-2019-02-26Read more "Oil prices rise as API data reportedly show a surprise decline in U.S. crude supplies – MarketWatch"
Sooner or later, Russia, Saudi Arabia and the other party nations to the OPEC-Plus export limitations agreement are going to exhaust their running room for additional cuts. When that happens, the U.S. shale boom will probably come to a rapid halt. — Read on http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidblackmon/2019/02/22/the-oil-and-gas-situation-is-a-train-wreck-around-the-corner/amp/Read more "The Oil And Gas Situation: Is A Train Wreck Around The Corner?"
Weatherford International’s stock is trading below $1 a share. Schlumberger expects growth in its shale business to flatten or decline. General Electric reduced its ownership stake of Baker Hughes. Halliburton’s stock market value has fallen below what it was at one of the worst points of the last oil bust. Energy services companies are facing […]Read more "Oilfield services companies face another tough slog – HoustonChronicle.com"
Alaska has been in a recession for the better part of three years, and the state’s unemployment rate is the highest in the nation right now at 6.3 percent. Many sectors of the economy have been shedding jobs, but there are some signs that the losses are slowing. The state’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development released […]Read more "December jobs report shows modest growth in Alaska’s oil and gas industry"