From completions to cutting flaring, optimizing the oil patch for a lesser environmental impact has become a necessity not only for satisfying investors, but also for optimizing operations. Putting the technology in place to make a new kind of drilling operation is a technological dance requiring several partners. These technology providers discuss how technology is making carbon management goals possible in the patch.
Tracy Scott Turner, CEO, CP Energy Services | Sand Commander
Jason Roe, CEO & President, EcoVapor
Jonathan Rogers, CEO, Locus Bio-Energy Solutions
Eyal Aronoff, CEO, Pioneer Energy
2022-11-23 - At a recent energy conference, E&P leaders also warned that the energy transition needs to slow down or the U.S. will face European-style disruptions.
2022-09-19 - The environmental group argues the EU violated its own climate laws by doing this, citing the greenhouse-gas emissions produced by gas power plants, and say the move risks diverting investments into fossil fuels instead of renewable energy.
2022-09-27 - Ken Hersh, head of the George W. Bush Presidential Center, spoke during Hart Energy’s America’s Natural Gas Conference about the current dynamics of the energy industry, climate change and world order.
2022-11-07 - Senator Joe Manchin, who represents coal-producing West Virginia, said on Biden’s Nov. 5 remarks were “outrageous and divorced from reality” while also dismissing “the severe economic pain the American people are feeling because of rising energy costs.”
2022-11-28 - Demands from environmental groups and scientists that governments and companies should leave oil and gas in the ground have had less traction this year, since European countries have scrambled to replace Russian gas.