The trucks that service the oil and gas industry are some heavy-duty rigs — and they’re essential to our nation’s infrastructure. So how can operations protect their roads from the wear and tear caused by constant traffic?
With oil prices beginning to show signs of recovering from 12-year lows, and prices at the pump nearing time-machine-like levels, we reflect on why the oil industry is vital to the American economy, and why higher oil prices might help American oil companies stay competitive.
The cost of electricity in the United States fell dramatically in 2015 — a decrease largely attributed to the cheap costs of natural gas as a result of practices like fracking. Yet, regulations proposed by the EPA threaten those low costs.
Canada discovered it’s sitting on a massive oil supply last year. Environmentalists oppose the use of this resource, but are their arguments truly valid?
Russian oil companies are having no trouble coping with the low price of oil — in fact, their mining industry is thriving, thanks to a weak ruble and some coincidental tax benefits. How can U.S. drillers compete?