BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — In the closing months of the Trump administration, energy companies stockpiled enough drilling permits for western public lands to keep pumping oil for years and undercut President-elect Joe Biden’s plans to curb new drilling because of climate change, according to public records and industry analysts. An Associated Press analysis of government […]Read More Oil companies lock in drilling, challenging Biden on climate | AP
A natural gas pipeline that would have connected producers in the Permian Basin with export and refinery markets in the Gulf Coast was halted as the fossil fuel industry struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic led to several states and countries enacting travel bans and other business restrictions intended to slow the spread of […]Read More Permian natural gas pipeline on hold, market struggles amid COVID-19 | Current-Argus
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pledged to transition away from fossil fuels Thursday night while defending a climate plan that does not ban fracking. Biden has faced repeated attacks on fracking from President Trump as focus increasingly shifts to Pennsylvania, a crucial battleground state where the drilling method is used. Biden’s climate plan does not […]Read More Biden: ‘I would transition from the oil industry’ | TheHill
Driving value from M&A in the shale revolution.
In March 2020, Deloitte developed this research report exploring the latest in shale oil news and shared a roadmap for extracting more value from shale mergers and acquisitions. We now expect that the plunge in oil prices and COVID-led demand uncertainty will likely pause and change the calculus of M&A activity in shales.
By Adam Claringbull Investing. com– Oil were up on Tuesday early morning in Asia, as Tropical Storm Beta in the Gulf of Mexico compromised. However, strong falls came overnight as international COVID-19 cases made a revival, pressing WTI Futures back listed below $40. were up 0.41% to $41.61 by 11:52 AM ET (4:52 AM GMT) […]Read More Oil Up, Clawing Back After Overnight Spill By Investing.com | Armenian American Reporter
If there was one thing the last oil price crisis proved, it was this: despite the devastation that low oil prices can wreak on an industry, they can also make oil and gas production more efficient for less money. If there is one thing this crisis is proving, it is that oil and gas companies […]Read More The Oil And Gas Industry Is Going Remote | OilPrice.com
Join us! We are so excited to cover this event! It’s the first time ever that you can attend #DUGmidcon from any physical location via the internet! Don’t miss this! We just got word that over 500 Oil & Gas Professionals have already registered for the virtual conference! Also, thanks to the fantastic sponsors, Hart […]Read More The Unconventional Happened | DUG Midcontinent 2020 goes Virtual
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Digital Summit at Home July, was magically able to achieve the same energy of pre-COVID live conferences for marketers during their 3-day online event. The interactive virtual conference gave each attendee a schedule of sessions lead by digital marketing experts and thought leaders. Each registered attendee had the opportunity to pick their stage and session […]Read More Digital Summit at Home | Everything + more.
Riglynx and Oil Country Media have just confirmed that we will be covering another Digital Summit Series at Home event next month! We are honored for the opportunity to communicate, engage and connect with #DSatHome moderators, speakers and attendees! Marketers! You don’t want to miss this! It is going to be EPIC! Register below & […]Read More Digital Summit Series at Home | July 14-16