Getting rid of wastewater from onshore wells has become an increasingly costly problem for oil producers as U.S. crude output surged in recent years, especially in the new shale fields from Texas to North Dakota. Drillers typically get about seven barrels of water for every one of oil, and some [...]
As so many of us worldwide keep our hearts focused on Texas, please join us in praying for the safety and welfare of every one of its residents. Our sages teach us that along with prayer, resolving to perform additional good deeds and Torah/Bible study on their behalf, and especially [...]
Puerto Rican debt was 80¢ on the dollar in 2015 and dropping towards 60¢ in 2016. Hurricane Maria has tanked values further as large investors unwind bets on a recovery. At 20¢ investors face a virtual default. Many believe the debt will be officially forgiven or negotiated into the hereafter. [...]
Even as governments and environmentalists forecast a peak in oil demand within a generation - and China and India say they may eventually ban gasoline and diesel vehicles - leaders of the world’s biggest oil firms are not buying the argument that their traditional business faces any imminent threat. A [...]
According to Democrats, hell is about to break loose with “Trump’s tax plan.” In addition, the U.N. is about to express itself by condemning President Trump’recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
by Robert Rapier , Contributor Forbes.com - 2018 energy predictions. The themes are higher oil production, modestly higher oil and gas prices, continued growth in gasoline consumption, and an EV company that finally experiences a correction.