Optimistic but cautious. That statement sums up the outlook from the top-level leaders of the U.S. oil and gas industry after several years of unexpected low prices. Many companies managed to weather the storm, others were acquired in corporate buyouts, and the unlucky ones had to sadly close their doors….
Eissler, former editor-in- chief of Oil & Gas Engineering magazine, previously worked as an editor for Dubai-based The Oil & Gas Year Magazine.
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