Texas & Taxes: How much does the Oil and Gas Industry pay?

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

As part of one of the most booming sectors in the nation, the Texas oil and gas industry pays a hefty burden in the way of taxes, royalties, and fees … Read More


Supertankers Gearing Up to Bolster US Crude Exports

Thursday, March 8th, 2018

With oil production hitting record highs, supertankers may represent a solution to the accelerating US export needs. In February of 2018, the first supertanker capable of carrying 2-million barrels of … Read More


U.S. a Net Energy Exporter by 2022 Declares EIA

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

Extraction of crude and natural gas from shale fields across the United States continues to defy industry projections. Today, these production increases, the ability now to export crude, and the … Read More


Is Rig Count Still a Viable Metric in Measuring Crude Production?

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

Since 1944, the Baker Hughes Rig Count has tracked and published the number of drilling rigs active in oil and gas basins throughout the United States. Energy sector investors and … Read More


US Now a Net Exporter of Natural Gas

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

US natural gas exports increased tremendously over 2017. This occurred despite regulatory arguments, back-and-forth debates, a lot of pressure from disparate groups, and even uncooperative weather. Now, the US is … Read More


Randy Kenworthy Summarizes EIA’s Latest Report

Friday, January 19th, 2018

On Tuesday, January 16, 2018, the EIA (Energy Information Administration) released its first monthly report for 2018. The report is designed to give insight into the oil and gas industry … Read More