2018 May-June Press Release 

US Oil & Gas Production Outpaces Domestic Demand, Export Markets Expected to Expand

Austin, TX – Drillinginfo, the leading energy SaaS and data analytics company, has released its latest FundamentalEdge series report, US Exports. The report confirms that crude oil exports have indeed grown since the export ban was lifted in December 2015 and breaks down the role US energy commodities will play in international markets.  Drillinginfo analysts caution, however, infrastructure additions are… Read More
Locus Bio Energy Solutions 2018 May-June Press Release 

Non-Toxic Upstream Solutions Expand to Permian

SOLON, Ohio – Developing non-toxic technologies for upstream applications continues to intensify, but there’s been little success to date until recent advancements from Locus Bio-Energy Solutions™. The intellectual-property-based fermentation company, which is known throughout the industry for its local production of fresh, non-toxic and customized treatments, recently announced the opening of a new facility in Midland, Texas, to expand its… Read More
SensOLeak 2018 May-June Press Release 

Artificial Intelligence Comes to Pipeline Leak Detection and Finds a Home in Houston

HOUSTON: Shoshi Kaganovsky, an Israeli data scientist and entrepreneur who has been named one of the 20 most influential women in Israel, has moved the headquarters of SensoLeak, her disruptive new approach to pipeline leak prevention and detection, to Houston. Shoshi, the 32-year-old founder of SensoLeak, has figured out how to use artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and internet… Read More
OIL INDUSTRY ACTIVITY IN MEXICO INTENSIFIES 2018 May-June Press Release 

Oil Industry Activity in Mexico Intensifies

Oil Activity Indicators January – April 2018: There were 37 drilling rigs operating, which represents an increase of 54.1% compared to the same period in 2017. Among these rigs, 24 were being used for development activities and 13 for exploration 1. Regarding location, 17 rigs were onshore and 20 offshore. The onshore drilling equipment being used is 3.4 times greater… Read More
Crude Oil Prices Decline 2018 May-June Alex Mills Contributors 

Crude Oil Prices Decline

Crude oil futures hit a speed bump last week amid rumors that some crude oil producing countries were going to increase their production soon. Prices on the international exchange for Brent crude futures declined from its high of $80 per barrel to $75. In the U.S., futures prices for 30-day delivery on NYMEX declined to $64.75 from $70 a week… Read More
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