AN INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS JACOBSEN, CO-FOUNDER AND CEO OF PREMIER NATURAL RESOURCES
Wildcatters discovered oil gushers to make their fortune beginning in the late 1800s by searching through rough terrain in the US Southwest and Appalachia.
As increasing volumes of shale gas and oil are extracted across the United States, there is a critical need for midstream infrastructure to transport and store such production.
The new oil and natural gas disclosure rules adopted by the SEC in late 2008 had been eagerly anticipated by industry participants, intended to modernize the old rules by conforming them to current industry standards.
In many ways, energy companies are operating on a different plane than other organizations, from a talent perspective.
Three issues involved in current shale development dynamics may have measurable impact on the use of proppants.
Doha in summer. The mercury is flirting with 50 degrees Celsius, and sand dunes surround tall skyscrapers. When looking at the sparse vegetation of the peninsula, one can seriously wonder if Qatar is actually located on one of the Earth's richest locations in terms of natural resources.
This month's issue of Oil & Gas Financial Journal focuses on private capital and the availability of funding for upstream and midstream projects.
With the ink on the 2012 election returns beginning to dry, many people are questioning what will be the impact of President Barack Obama's reelection and unchanged control of the Senate and House of Representatives on the energy industry capital markets.
With year-end approaching, oil and gas deal activity in the US and Canada has increased significantly as companies focus on finalizing 2012 portfolio positions and gear up for 2013 plans.
This column offers just a snapshot of the good being done by those in the oil and gas community. Today, we take quick look back at this year's Charities and Champions.