The dysfunctional family that is OPEC seems to have put differences aside during recent negotiations in Algiers, striking a deal to cut output for the first time since 2008. But how the deal will develop is under more doubt. OPEC is still trying to find its way in the "age...
The dysfunctional family that is OPEC seems to have put differences aside during recent negotiations in...
Trust is to an organization what oil is to a car engine. It keeps the moving parts from seizing up and stopping forward motion. But trust is not something you can take for granted. It takes months — sometimes years — to build. Unfortunately, you can lose it overnight....
Even the most sophisticated psychometrics and people analytics have yet to make leadership development more science than art. Competence, character, creativity and charisma remain difficult qualities to quantify, let alone cultivate. Growing effective leaders is challenging...
So plentiful is the Marcellus and Utica shale ethane supply that more than 7 million gallons of the liquid recently arrived for processing at the Ineos Grangemouth site in Scotland. Even as Upper Ohio Valley officials remain hopeful that Thailand-based PTT Global Chemical...
Manufacturing job growth has been on the rise, and the industry may have natural gas to thank for that. A recent study from the White House tied the abundant natural gas supply and the growing job opportunities in the manufacturing industry.
World oil production is in balance, and U.S. marketed natural gas output fell for the first time since 2005. The Energy Information Administration published its "Short Term Energy Outlook" recently. Here are the highlights.
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