Catch a glimpse of what you missed from “Off to the Races: Shale Boom Creates Refinery Revival” Up for Consideration: What steps must be taken to update existing refineries to meet the demands of the emerging energy marketplace? The Skinny: Aging American oil refineries that were desi
Canary LLC brings you this week’s breaking news. May 8: British House of Lords Says It’s Time to Get Cracking with Fracking While British Prime Minister David Cameron is “all out for shale,” according to a report from a House of Lords committee, “progress on the ground has been
Shale oil and shale gas are being heralded these days as the keys to a new era in fossil fuel production. Some are even looking to shale production to bring about American energy independence. As of March 2014, the once natgas-strapped US had more than 100 years’ worth of natural ga
On a spring day in 1919, Galveston, Texas welcomed the baby boy who would grow up to make energy history. George Mitchell’s story is one that starts with a humble beginning. It’s also a story that epitomizes perseverance. You might say that perseverance runs in Mitchell’s bloodline.
Since 1938, Mexico’s vast petroleum resources have been controlled by Petróleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, the state-run oil and gas monopoly. But late last year, the Mexican government changed the rules of the game. Plagued by slumping domestic output that kept the country from taking ad