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: Activists Push More Misinformation on Fracking…

From Energy In Depth: Activists Push More Misinformation on Fracking Ahead of “Local Control” Debate in Colorado Legislature 1:01pm EDT March 30, 2016 by Randy Hildreth , Denver, Colorado Activist groups are ramping-up a misinformation campaign in advance of the Colorado state legislature taking up debate on a so-called “local […] Read more »

Article Share: Clinton Doubles Down Against Fracking in Debate, Raising Alarms

From Bloomberg Business: Clinton Doubles Down Against Fracking in Debate, Raising Alarms Jennifer A Dlouhy @jendlouhyhc March 7, 2016 — 10:57 AM MST Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during the CNN Democratic Presidential Primary Debate on March 6, in Flint, Michigan. Photographer: Scott Olson/Getty Images   Hillary Clinton’s promise […] 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: Russian Oil – Output Up, Prospects Down

From The Wall Street Journal Russian Oil: Output Grows as Prospects Shrink Plummeting prices and U.S.-led sanctions raise questions about Russian oil’s capacity to continue underwriting Putin’s global ambitions A man works a drilling rig in the Khanty Mansiysk region of West Siberia in Russia. Photo: Smirnov Vladimir/TASS/Zuma Press By […] Read more »

Article Share: Cloud Hangs Over Canada’s Oil Sands

From The Wall Street Journal: Canada’s Carbon Cap May Crimp Oil Giants’ New Reserves Huge chunk of oil majors’ reserves lie in Alberta, which is curbing its oil-sands industry’s emissions Alberta’s recently announced climate plan would cap its oil-sands industry’s carbon emissions. Photo: Ben Nelms/Bloomberg News By Chester Dawson Updated […] Read more »

Article Share: Oil’s Long Plunge Upends Global Order

From The Wall Street Journal Oil’s Long Plunge Upends Petrostates Countries like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and Russia face tough slog Oil storage facilities face overflow if the all-out pumping continues. Here, an Exxon facility in the U.K. Photo: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg News By Bill Spindle Jan. 19, 2016 4:35 p.m. ET […] Read more »