To some extent, the oil and gas industry has always been a data industry. Large amounts of data are inherent in the process of finding and extracting oil and gas from more than 5,000 to 35,000 feet below the Earth's surface. But big oil and gas companies are finding new...
To some extent, the oil and gas industry has always been a data industry. Large amounts of data are inherent...
China has revolution envy. The world's largest energy consumer wants a natural gas boom to match the speedy transformation in the U.S., where shale gas production more than quadrupled between 2007 and 2012. President Barack Obama singled...
A Canadian company may have found a way to ship more oil across the U.S. border without becoming enmeshed in the red tape that's tied up the proposed Keystone XL pipeline — by relying on a permit it got four decades ago. Enbridge Inc. said it plans to replace a 46-year-old...
Their days may be jam-packed, but their doors are open. Here's how four leaders value their employees like family.
No one ever said being a leader was easy. It's not. Not only do you have to make smart decisions about products and services, marketing, financing and other operational issues, but you also have to maximize the full potential of your employees. The good news is that you...
Leaders have unique qualities that don't always rub people the right way. This can unknowingly create distractions and misunderstandings that lead to a dysfunctional workplace. Unless employees learn to adapt, the same character traits that make effective leaders will...
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