We've all heard about the financial crisis, but I finally understood how serious it is when.... 12. CEO's are now playing miniature golf. 11. I got a pre-declined credit card in the mail. 10. I went to buy a toaster oven and they gave me a bank.. 9. Hot wheels and Matchbox car companies are now trading higher than GM in the stock market. 8. Obama met with small businesses - GE, Pfizer, Chrysler, Citigroup and GM, to discuss the Stimulus Package. 7. McDonalds is selling the 1/4 ouncer. 6 People in Beverly Hills fired their nannies and are learning their children's names. 5. The most highly-paid job is now jury duty. 4.. People in Africa are donating money to Americans. 3. Motel Six won't leave the lights on. 2. The Mafia is laying off judges. And my most favorite indicator of all. 1. If the bank returns your check marked as "insufficient funds," you have to call them and ask if they meant you or or them.
The Jacked Up Drilling Market
2023-03-14 - After a nearly five year downturn, the subsea drilling market is on the upswing, with jackup rigs making up the majority of the global fleet.
Permian Paradox: Patterson CEO Says Fewer Rigs Demand More Workers
2023-04-19 - Patterson-UTI CEO Andy Hendricks said the Lower 48’s hottest play has tapped out the local workforce, requiring the drilling company to bring employees into the Permian Basin.
Nabors Sees Digital Twin Tech Improving Safety on Rigs
2023-03-16 - Virtual modeling of real-world rig floors can help robots relieve humans of the most dangerous jobs.
2023 E&P Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation
2023-04-13 - Hart Energy’s Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation recognizes 17 technologies for engineering excellence in the upstream petroleum industry and highlights new products and technologies that demonstrate innovation in concept, design and application.
ConocoPhillips’ Stratagem: Permian, Bakken, Eagle Ford Dominance
2023-05-23 - ConocoPhillips is not just the largest unconventional producer, but its Midland, Delaware, Eagle Ford and Bakken positions average $32 WTI breakevens, the company’s Lower 48 chief said at Hart Energy’s SUPER DUG conference.