23 Best Oil & Gas Conferences to Attend in 2016

Stay knowledgeable and on top of current energy trends by mingling with key players and trendsetters in the industry. Plan to attend an oil and gas conference in your region in 2016. From helpful seminars and panels, to expos and hands-on exhibits, you’re sure to benefit. Not sure where to start? We’ve complied a list… Read more »

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US Oil Settles Down $1.30, or 2.18%, at $58.33 a Barrel

Crude futures hit three-week lows on Monday as Greece shut its banks and imposed capital controls, causing widespread risk aversion, while Iran looked likely to extend nuclear negotiations with the West to export more of its oil into an oversupplied market. The dollar surged against the euro to early June highs on worries over the… Read more »

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Oil Turns Higher, Holding Ground Above $60

Oil futures made a sudden turn higher Tuesday, with analysts attributing the bounce to technical price triggers, expectations for a weekly decline in U.S. crude supplies and a U.S. plan to help Europe defend against security threats, which highlighted U.S. tensions with Russia. August crude CLQ5, +1.37%  tacked on 56 cents, or 0.9%, to $60.94… Read more »

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Energy Industry Helps Cut Emissions Near 20-Year Low

While vehicle miles traveled have nearly doubled since 1980, emissions are drastically down. The combination of cleaner fuels, modernized equipment and facilities, plus more efficient vehicles have cut emissions by 62% over the same period according to a recent statement from the American Petroleum Institute. Ozone concentration has dropped 18% since 2000 alone. A major… Read more »

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Oil Scores Biggest One-Day Rally In A Month

Oil futures climbed on Thursday, with the U.S. benchmark scoring its biggest rally in a month as disappointing manufacturing data from China and the eurozone boosted prospects for economic stimulus measures, which could help increase energy demand. News of a third straight weekly decline in U.S. crude inventories and tensions in the Middle East continued… Read more »

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Is Energy Independence in the Future for the U.S.?

As recently as a couple of years ago, many politicians and other members of the chattering class were saying we couldn’t drill our way to energy independence. But the face of energy production in the U.S. has changed dramatically in the last two years, and today most of those people are snacking on their own… Read more »

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US Crude Settles Down 25 Cents At $60.50 Per Barrel

U.S. oil futures closed down 25 cents at $60.50 a barrel on Wednesday despite crude stockpiles slipping for a second straight week, but traders and analysts said inventories were still hefty for this time of year and could undercut the market’s advance. Crude futures have risen between 20 and 25 percent over the past six… Read more »

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