Natural Gas – 100 Years Ago Today, March 24, 1923! Tom Shepstone Shepstone Management Company, Inc. …. …. Natural gas news from a hundred years ago offers great perspective for discussing one of the cleanest sources of energy available then and still today. I thought it might be fun and illuminating to look back 100
The upward swing of commodity resin pricing continued in February, with higher prices reported for three materials. North American polypropylene resins prices saw the biggest hike, jumping an average of 8 cents per pound. That increase reflected a 7-cent increase in prices for polymer-grade propylene (PGP) feedstock, with PP makers gaining 1 cent in margin
Much like the broader economy, plastics materials stocks have been sending mixed signals so far in 2023. Higher interest rates and the possibility of recession — and now potential bank turmoil — have spread uncertainty throughout financial markets. This is seen in the Dow Jones Industrial Average being down 2.5 percent this year as of
As petitions asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review whether climate lawsuits against American energy companies belong in federal or state court continue to stack up, a federal appellate judge has called on the high court to get involved. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit issued a long-anticipated ruling on the jurisdictional question yesterday in Minnesota’s climate lawsuit. And
Artificial? Yes. Intelligence? Not so much. Artificial intelligence has been in the news a lot lately with social media-grabbing headlines about how systems like ChatGPT can replace humans. And while I do know of journalists who use it to generate emails — and even headlines — please rest assured that Plastics News has no intention
EVs Aren’t Going Away, But They’re Hardly the Future! Bob Tomaine NaturalGasNOW Contributing Writer [Editor’s Note: EVs have a role to play in transportation but will only serve as dreamy replacement vehicles until blackouts and parking and range restrictions force a wakeup.] It hasn’t gotten much coverage in the so-called mainstream media, but more
Innovations have made it possible for operators to bring wells back to life through interventions, despite disruptive neighbors, technological limitations and an occasional scarcity of data. This post appeared first on Hart Energy.
The pace of auto supplier mergers and acquisitions could soon pick up as companies look to reposition themselves for the EV era and as private equity firms seek to put hundreds of billions of dollars in outstanding capital to work. This post appeared first on Plastics News.
Permitting rose 8% month-over-month in February, however, decreased from the same time period a year prior. The post Permitting rises from January to February appeared first on Shale Gas Reporter. This post appeared first on Shale Gas Reporter.
Superior, an international provider of drilling, completion and production services and products, is exploring its options to boost value for shareholders, including through M&A. This post appeared first on Hart Energy.
Last week Range Resources Corporation announced its CEO Jeff Ventura plans to retire and Dennis Degner will take his place. The post Degner tapped to take over Range Resources as CEO appeared first on Shale Gas Reporter. This post appeared first on Shale Gas Reporter.
From robotic dogs to well interventions to AI, Occidental Petroleum’s Shauna Noonan wants to reframe the narrative to attract talent to the oil and gas industry. This post appeared first on Hart Energy.