Between 2010 and 2016, the U.S. coal industry was subject to some of the most extremes booms and busts. Expecting a super cycle driven by growth in emerging markets, big players entered risky acquisitions to increase their market shares...
Patience is often thought of as a weakness when it comes to leadership, but anyone who believes this couldn't be more mistaken. Our obsession with quarterly returns and instant gratification often prohibits us from being more patient and thoughtful when making business decisions.
Leadership is, among other things, doing what others are not doing, without knowing how it will turn out, but believing it's for the best. That sounds noble; it isn't always.
All organizations experience periods of much-needed culture change in order to achieve the results they need to grow, compete and win. Changing or improving the culture of a company or team requires focus, accountability and consistency. And it must be led from the top....
Some of the oil reserves in the United States may be more resilient to weak oil prices and show slow, but steady, production gains, a federal report finds. A review from the U.S. Energy Information Administration finds global tight oil, a lighter grade of crude oil found...
New chemical catalysts could help the U.S. realize even more of the economic, energy and environmental potential arising from shale gas, according to a workshop report released Aug. 17. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering...
Mexico has nearly completed its oil hedging program for 2017, the country's finance minister said, adding that what is considered to be the world's biggest sovereign oil derivatives trade began in mid-June. Luis Videgaray gave no details on how much crude Mexico was hedging,...
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