Exiting Covid-19 shutdowns and one of the sharpest drops in oil and gas industry operations in history will require fortitude across the related oilfield services (OFS) businesses. In this conversation with Bernard Duroc-Danner, we explore the shifts in strategic visions for the OFS businesses and thoughts about how the OFS segment must restructure itself. Continue Reading
Part of Covid-19 recovery will entail a new round of negotiations on legislation to support infrastructure improvements and expansion. Specific initiatives could play directly to wider support for the reform of the century-old policy known as Jones Act. Continue Reading
From the 2016 bottom of about 8.8 MMBD through end of 2019, overall U.S. oil production increased 45% to roughly 13 MMBD. Now all eyes are on U.S. domestic producers, especially those occupying the shale patch. Here is what one needs to consider. Continue Reading
Any number of things could threaten U.S. economic performance, but the cost of oil and gas and derived products is not one of them, fellow Michelle Michot Foss writes in a post for The Hill: http://bit.ly/2Iqz9t2.