Article Share: Oil’s Slump Puts Expat Workers Out of Jobs

From The Wall Street Journal: Expat Oil Workers Fall on Hard Times Amid the energy market’s slump, some immigrants find themselves jobless, far from home Venezuelan Humberto Romero hasn’t been able to find a job in Canada since he was laid off in 2015. Photo: Chris Bolin for The Wall Street Journal By […] Read more »

Article Share: ‘Keep It in the Ground’

From The Wall Street Journal: Opinion / Review & Outlook ‘Keep It in the Ground’ Obama reneges on his offshore oil lease off the Atlantic coast. March 15, 2016 7:15 p.m. ET Climate-change activists once believed they could tolerate fossil fuels as long as their price was high enough to […] Read more »

Article Share: Clinton Against American Energy

From The Wall Street Journal:   Clinton Against American Energy The Democrat says she would regulate fracking out of existence. Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Flint, Michigan on March 6. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency March 7, 2016 7:41 p.m. ET Hillary Clinton keeps following Bernie Sanders further to the […] Read more »

Article Share: Saudis “will not destroy the US shale industry”

From The Telegraph: Saudis ‘will not destroy the US shale industry’ Energy guru Daniel Yergin says rich investors have $60bn war chest to buy up distressed fracking assets after Opec war of attrition By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, International Business Editor, Davos 4:10PM GMT 24 Jan 2016 Hedge funds and private equity […] Read more »

Article Share: Easy Access to Money Keeps U.S. Oil Pumping

From The Wall Street Journal: Easy Access to Money Keeps U.S. Oil Pumping Many investors find drilling attractive; lack of output discipline could keep prices low In mid-May nearly 9.6 million barrels of oil a day were pumped across the country, the highest level since 1970. Photo: CLINT JONES/TYLER MORNING […] Read more »