Since Washington lifted the decades-old restrictions on the export of U.S. crude oil more than two years ago, overseas trade in oil has boomed. The United States is now exporting about 2 million barrels a day of crude oil, making America a major supplier in international oil markets.
As a proud CEO of an oilfield service company founded in Oklahoma City, I was happy to see a damaging trend among local and state governments finally receiving the attention it deserves. A recent Oklahoman editorial pointed out that big city public pension funds from New York to San F
Rising oil and natural gas prices are driving a rally in U.S. energy stocks, signaling the beginning of a new phase in the ongoing story of America’s energy dominance as companies look to tap debt markets to expand operations. While the latest uptick in prices won’t completely make up
Houston, June 24, 2016 – Arguably the world’s most valuable commodity, crude oil is essential to modern life, the building block for everything from gasoline to guitar strings. Like other commodities, crude is governed by the theory of supply and demand. Producers produce, buyer
Here’s our next Talking Shop entry, an opportunity for you to get to know our team members. This month we’re introducing Tara Romney, Administrative Receptionist. Q: What’s the strangest job you’ve ever had? A: Working in a golf shop when I was 16 because I knew nothing a