Historically, low natural gas prices in the U.S. have created both winners and losers. Although the extent of the environmental damage caused by hydrocarbon development has been disputed, the environment is certainly one of the losers. The impact is varied, but the flaring...
Six formations within the Permian Basin region in Texas and New Mexico have provided the bulk of the basin's 60 percent increase in oil output since 2007, positioning the Permian as the largest crude oil producing region in the U.S. Permian Basin oil production has grown...
Historically, low natural gas prices in the U.S. have created both winners and losers. Although the extent...
U.S. refineries processed a record volume of oil recently as plants in the Midwest raised operating rates to take advantage of widening discounts for domestic crudes. Refinery runs climbed to 16.6 million barrels a day, the most in weekly...
Invariably, people who start companies assign themselves the position of CEO. That's understandable, of course. It's their idea. But, there are many different ways of being a CEO, and unfortunately, a majority of people gravitate toward the old command-and-control model...
"How to be a boss" generates roughly 20 million monthly global hits — yet "how to be a good boss" generates only 33,000 monthly global hits. Is mediocrity taking over?
The use of corporate narrative is becoming the strategic map for guiding people through organizational change. The world is moving so fast that the notion of the strategic plan has become almost obsolete. Corporate executives are being challenged to regenerate and renew:...
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