Trains bearing crude oil from across North America will begin rumbling into Jefferson Refinery’s crude oil terminal, under construction at the Port of Beaumont’s Orange County dock, in early May. More »
About a third of the members of the American Association of Professional Landmen are women and the numbers are growing. Houstonian Hellen Reasoner Hutchison said the trend started with her, when she became the first woman to join in 1973. More »
If the Lonesome Creek RV Resort were any more lonesome, it could at times pass for a graveyard of manufactured housing. On a recent midmorning visit, the only signs of life were a skittish stray cat and a turkey buzzard wandering among the trailers. More »
In the months since a virus ripped through 30,000 of Saudi Aramco’s computers, the world’s largest oil company has become the canary of the industry, warning others of the serious threats already lurking on their systems. More »
Nebraska’s geology makes it unlikely that the state will experience an oil boom, despite the success of modern drilling techniques in neighboring Colorado and Wyoming, according to the Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission’s director. More »
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