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Operating Expenses for an Oil & Gas Lease in 2021

Are you thinking about entering an oil and gas lease, but want know what your ongoing expenses are going to be like first? If the answer is yes, this blog is for you! In this blog we cover ongoing expenses for oil and gas leases, as well as how you can manage them. What is … Continued

Profitable Oil & Gas Businesses for Beginners

One of the most profitable industries that one can consider investing in is the oil & gas industry. This is because petroleum products and their derivatives are essential commodities that are used on a daily basis. However, coming up with a viable oil & gas business idea is not always easy. With that being said, … Continued

Fracking 101

Once inaccessible natural gas can now be extracted and collected. This natural gas was formed over a period of millions of years as layers of decaying organisms were exposed to heat and pressure.  Now, with a process called fracking natural gas can be extracted and used to power us for decades to come. To learn … Continued

The Top 10 Largest Producing Oil Fields: Part 2

Billions of barrels of oil are produced each year by the hundreds of oil fields throughout the United States. In this continuation of the previous blog, we finish the countdown of the top 10 largest producing oil fields in the U.S. 5. Wattenberg, Colorado The Wattenberg oil field is located just north of Denver, in … Continued

Oil Field Hazards and How to Avoid Them

In the oil extraction industry, workers engage in a multitude of different industrial processes that are needed to successfully drill and service a well. These processes generally come with health and safety hazards that can result in serious injury or sometimes even fatalities. In today’s blog we want to highlight three of the most common … Continued

Don’t Blame Big Oil for Price Hikes

Gas prices are going up across the nation, but these prices aren’t due to “big oil.” In fact, big oil has been doing all that it can to provide more oil and affordable oil to the domestic market. Instead, gas prices are likely to go up following substantial disasters that have occurred due to Hurricane Harvey and … Continued