Because there’s so much going on in our industry, we want to help you stay up to date on the biggest news. Here’s a brief oil and gas news round-up, including some of the hottest stories that got our attention this February.
The Changing Oilfield
From Father to Petroleum Engineer Daughter
In a field previously dominated by men women are starting to have a presence. After neither son expressed interest in the business this man plans to hand the torch to his 31 year old daughter.
5G Coverage Coming to the Field
Different companies are partnering to try to bring 5G coverage all over the oilfields in the USA. This will make communications and automation much more successful for oil and gas companies.
You can drive value with ESG related issues but you have to have a plan ready to present to stockholders.
Local Climate Battles Being Won
Even if news in Washington might not look like victory state by state the oil industry is making headway that is beneficial.
Eco (Atlantic) Oil and Gas Ltd announces inclusion with TSX 50
Extending Oil and Gas Moratorium
Boulder County has allowed staff four more months to research new oil and gas regulations.
Maguire Energy Institute Honors
The Maguire Energy Institute bestowed the L. Frank Pitts Energy Leadership Award to Kenneth Hersh, president and chief executive officer of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. They also presented oilman W. Herbert Hunt with the Maguire Energy Institute Pioneer Award.
North American Pipeline Project
Learn about the different contracts awarded for pipeline projects in January and February.
This is updated weekly and includes maps as well as numbers.
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We’ve been selling premium oilfield equipment since 1925. We’ve seen the market go up and down, while watching the way the news changes. But we stay consistent and dependable, no matter what. Whatever the changes in the industry, we remain one of the best places to get your equipment. Let us help you keep working the oil fields. Fill out the Tiger General Truck Inquiry Form today to get started on bringing your next piece of equipment to where it’s needed most.