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Oil and Gas Pitches in During Coronavirus Chaos

Posted by admin on April 3, 2020

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It is a grim time in the United States and the world abroad. Economies are struggling. Some estimates indicate that unemployment numbers in the US have reached the same level as the Great Depression. Every industry is currently experiencing a downturn because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but few sectors have been hit as hard as oil and gas.  Before the novel coronavirus, US oil and gas producers were already looking at a tough year. A
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EPA Relaxes Environmental Regulations Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Posted by admin on March 27, 2020

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On Thursday, the Environmental Protection Agency invoke the wrath of anti-energy advocates across the United States when they chose to relax a handful of regulations regarding oil and gas emissions. Here’s What Happened In the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the EPA’s top compliance official, Susan P. Bodine, issued a temporary halt on punishments surround certain regulatory infractions. According to the order issued:  “In general, the EPA does not expect to seek penalties for violations
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RuPaul Faces Backlash After Fracking Revelation

Posted by admin on March 22, 2020

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RuPaul Charles is probably feeling a little fortunate that he gets to stay out of the public eye this week. The beloved host of reality competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race is facing some controversy from a small segment of his fanbase after the casual revelation that he leases some of his Wyoming land to energy companies.  ‘A Modern Ranch’  In an interview with NPR’s Terry Gross, RuPaul spoke fondly of his patch of land in Wyoming and
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What’s the Difference Between Shale, Crude Oil, and Natural Gas?

Posted by admin on March 15, 2020

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Over the last ten days, the United States’ chief energy competitors Russia and Saudi Arabia, launched a two-pronged assault designed to destabilize the thriving US oil and gas industry. Russia is attempting to flood the market with shale oil and natural gas. Saudi Arabia is pumping out cheap crude. And the United States, awash in all of them, is preparing a strategy to stay out in front.  In the international story of energy, these three terms —
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Colorado Advocates Pushing for More Renewable Natural Gas

Posted by admin on March 6, 2020

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It seems that, in 2020, the entire nation has finally gotten down to the business of fighting climate change. Climate activists, legislators, and oil and gas industry professionals are all tackling climate change with their own ideas. More often than not, those efforts are focused on increasing the range of solar and wind power as well as finding more efficient ways to extract oil and gas.  Now, however, some Colorado politicians are teaming up with