When the three-year Saudi Arabia-Russia production-cut marriage known as OPEC+ ended acrimoniously on March 6, the oil and gas world as we know it ended. For now.
New ground- and drone-based technologies use machine learning for real-time monitoring of methane leaks in oil and gas fields.
A revised tripartite trade agreement and new pipelines scheduled to go into service could further boost the flow of U.S. energy to Mexico.
The regional director of the IOGP discusses the association’s role in a changing upstream environment.
Improving takeaway capacity could free production logjam.
Crude oil prices ended a volatile quarter with their biggest losses in history, as both U.S. and Brent futures were hammered throughout March.