2022-06-30 - Will the U.S. have enough natural gas come winter? Executive Editor-at-large Nissa Darbonne explores in her monthly column featured in Oil and Gas Investor.
2022-06-28 - While crude exports to “America”—which accounts mainly for the U.S.—were up, Mexico’s state-owned Pemex reported a significant cut in shipments to Europe and Asia.
2022-06-29 - In an exclusive interview with Hart Energy, Shidan Gouran, chairman of BlueSphere Carbon, discusses the emerging role of carbon offsets and credits, and how companies are applying the toward their net-zero ambitions.
2022-06-21 - High fuel prices have been “a substantial burden on American households,” U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said. A fuel tax holiday that temporarily eliminates such taxes, “while not perfect, it is something that should be under consideration.”
2022-06-27 - Petrobras has experienced an almost constant churn at the CEO position since 2021 stemming from disagreements with Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro regarding prices for gasoline and diesel fuel.