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My, How Things Have Changed

By Keith Reid I first started reporting on the petroleum industry in 1999. At that time, the conventional wisdom was fairly well established. The United States would never again be a major oil producer. Demand for refined products, particularly gasoline, would continue an inexorable increase. Conventional oil throughout the world would become scarce. Prices would continue to rise upward. That ...

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Lying Down

Whether you are involved in the natural gas liquids sector, or are compassionately adverse to the efforts of that sector, one thing is clear—they have taken a pounding in the media, specifically over extraction methods and waste management.   They are, however, not lying down. Consider activity on the water, methane emissions and carbon fronts. Waterless Fracking I would venture ...

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