It's no secret that global oil prices have fallen dramatically from $115 last June to settle around $50 this month, a downward trajectory spurred on by oil cartel OPEC's November decision to maintain its own output. But is this the beginning of the end of the U.S....
The new year has seen crude oil prices continue to stumble and U.S. oil production continue to soar, and those trends are not likely to subside — at least in the short term. Total U.S. crude oil production reached 9.1 million barrels per day during the week ending...
Union and oil company negotiators began talks for a new nationwide contract covering hourly workers at 63 U.S. refineries that account for 64 percent of national refining capacity, according to a union spokeswoman. The current three-year agreement between the United Steelworkers...
Oil magnate Harold Hamm is selling one of his companies for $3 billion, but that kind of money still...
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries isn't the only victim of the growth in U.S. shale oil. A surge of light oil from North Dakota and Texas is cutting into the earnings of Canadians who turn heavy oil sands into a lighter crude that fetches more from refiners.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts that natural gas will dethrone coal by 2035, and a number of market forces are at work that may assure that ascension. Coal through the first three quarters of 2014 provided roughly 51 percent of the nation's electricity,...
Many think of leadership and power as a peanut butter and chocolate combination. They just go together. There is power in being a leader yet too often leaders put the objective of power above doing the right thing and engaging people in a respectful, thoughtful way. Self-interest...
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