Rather than waiting for President Obama’s proposed Energy Security Trust to produce tomorrow’s technology, the federal government should use the tens of billions of dollars it spends today on trucking and delivery services to promote alternative fuel technologies and fleets that currently exist. More »
Leading oil industry groups said Thursday federal land managers are blocking new energy development and job creation by postponing all oil and gas lease auctions on prime public lands in California until October. More »
Platts, the energy information provider owned by McGraw-Hill Cos., said that some companies have stopped providing its reporters with the natural gas pricing data it uses to compile its indexes. More »
As executive vice president of technology and drilling for Statoil, Margareth Ovrum manages a projects portfolio valued at $50 billion and says the Norwegian company is focusing on technological advances to drive its future. More »
The Offshore Technology Conference attracted more than 100,000 people from around the world to Houston’s Reliant Center this week. FuelFix combed the crowd to get attendees’ thoughts on the state of the offshore energy industry and their OTC experience. More »
Attendance at the Offshore Technology Conference hit a three-decade high this year, the second-highest attendance in conference history. Organizers said 104,800 people attended the four-day show at Reliant Park, up 17 percent from 2012. More »
Ola Borten Moe, Norwegian minister of petroleum and energy, notes that the nation’s energy industry is moving north, across the Arctic Circle, as well as south, into the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. More »
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