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9 (1 year ago)

Baker Hughes US rig count down by 12, Canadian count down 31

According to Baker Hughes, the oilfield services giant, this is the eighth straight week where the rig count dropped in the US.

Greg Johnston:

I don't know, but spring is way early in western Canada, and doesn't that lead to a shoulder season when activity drops due to road restrictions? 2 (1 year ago)


Max Fawcett:

Yeah, what Greg said--this has more to do with an early thaw and spring breakup than anything. 1 (1 year ago)


Jude Hislop:

I was thinking that, but then I thought, Alberta has been really dry and warm all winter. 2 (1 year ago)


Jude Hislop:

Has Alberta had a winter? 1 (1 year ago)




10 (1 year ago)

US and Canada need to rebel against Saudi Arabia - The American Energy News

It’s certainly very plausible, especially if you’ve ever heard of the “old guard”. We’ve compiled plenty of evidence to strongly suggest, that the...

Emma Grace May:

Been saying this for so long... (1 year ago)




2 (1 year ago)

US and Canada need to rebel against Saudi Arabia - The American Energy News

It’s certainly very plausible, especially if you’ve ever heard of the “old guard”. We’ve compiled plenty of evidence to strongly suggest, that the...




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2 (1 year ago)

Shale 2.0 - Permian Basin takes aim at Saudi production costs - The...

Permian Basin already has shale fields that are profitable under $20/b, how much lower can costs go with Big Data/analytics? It’s an oil price war...



3 (1 year ago)

Deepwater Horizon spill: Jury finds former BP rig engineer not guilty

A former BP rig engineer was found not guilty Thursday on a charge that his negligence in interpreting a critical test contributed to the 2010...



6 (1 year ago)

Halliburton to cut another 5,000 jobs amid oil slump

Halliburton, which provides well-drilling services for oil companies, is cutting 5,000 more jobs as the industry continues to struggle with lower...



3 (1 year ago)

'Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day' reaches 2,000 American middle...

Exxon Mobil-sponsored activities include demonstrating energy industry’s use of 3D imaging technology to search for oil Exxon Mobil says it is...



3 (1 year ago)
Heather Marshall Lyon:

Is this a quote from someone? Or from yourself? (1 year ago)


Brian David:

Sanders would be good for the country and will stand up to establishment politics both inside and outside his country. Trump on the other hand is self serving and will do whatever benefits himself and his businesses... I'm with Robert Reich on this one. Americans are sick of the establishment, and those that want change have a choice. The guy who wants them to give him all the power and scapegoats minorities, or the guy that wants to give power back to the people. Trust in a big ego or trust in the American people. Id choose the people, and that is who Bernie Sanders represents.

P.S. invading Saudi Arabia would be a mess and create another power vacume for the so called Isis to fill. That is a horrible idea.sanction them, maybe. Invade them.... Hell no. 2 (1 year ago)




2 (1 year ago)

Petrochemicals benefits as global middle class grows to 5 billion by...

New middle class consumers will fuel demand for plastic products such as packaging – Chevron Phillips Chevron Phillips Chemical thinks the global...

Elke Babiuk:

We are doomed! Hemp can replace many plastics! 2 (1 year ago)


John Jantzen:

I heard the Model-T was built with hemp plastic and was 20X stronger than steel it was also meant to run on biodiesel made from hemp 1 (1 year ago)




3 (1 year ago)

Low oil prices weigh on investor sentiment, world stocks slide

World stocks were mostly lower on Wednesday, as sliding oil prices and fresh signs of global economic weakness weighed on investor sentiment.


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