Shale oil producers are under fire from investors, while most analysts see a supply glut in 2020.
How the US shale boom changed the equation. If the attacks on Saudi oil facilities had occurred in 2007, it would have caused chaos in the US economy.
Californians have had it with PG&E, a convicted felon infamous for sacrificing safety, maintenance, reliability, and people to enhance “shareholder value.” But is San Francisco overpaying? Take a look.
Second oil bust in five years – or phase 2 of the same oil bust – exacts its pound of flesh.
Governor Newsom, six months on the job, finds out what’s actually going on.
Over 170 shale companies have declared bankruptcy since 2015, affecting $100 billion in debt, including 8 bankruptcies already this year.
President of Mexico not amused: “In three years there was no investment in exploration, no investment in drilling wells, and they rated Pemex very highly. Now that there is investment, they downgrade Pemex.”
In its relentless pursuit of oil, the shale industry burns more and more gas into the air. This wasted gas exceeds the yearly demand of nations such as Colombia.
His lawyer suggests if the price is too high, he may be willing to take his friend, former president of Mexico, down with him.