Oil and gas companies are facing a staffing crunch as current workers hit retirement age, but the future workforce they will need has serious concerns about the industry. Energy companies must [...]
With oil prices relatively stable and substantial offshore discoveries being announced, these sound like good times for oil and gas companies. But between negative public perceptions, fraught [...]
The Trump administration recently moved to weaken regulations meant to ensure companies have the financial means to properly decommission abandoned offshore oil platforms. That puts the U.S. out [...]
Whether the government should continue to subsidize renewable energy is more complicated than it might sound. The answer, ultimately, comes down to what you believe, both about the risks of [...]
An amnesty offered to militants in the Niger Delta in 2009 was intended to end fighting, oil theft and other disruption in the region. Those hopes haven’t been realized, and the fragile [...]
India, like other countries is struggling with a glut of unrecycled plastics, even as the government is pushing for economic growth that will mean even more plastics in Indian society. But India [...]
Rising sea levels are among the most visible signs of global warming, and they will have a dramatic impact on humans in the coming decades.
The Trump administration’s proposed 2019 budget zeroes out funding for the U.S. Chemical Safety Board. Recent high-profile chemical disasters in Texas suggest that’s not a good idea.
Midstream master limited partnerships have always evolved in response to changing conditions in the oilfield and on Wall Street. New tax policies, new competitive pressures and new ownership [...]