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Technology and Politics Mix in the Downstream 2017 September-October Features 

Technology and Politics Mix in the Downstream

There’s a popular phrase in American public affairs: “All politics is local.” Although the quip is more closely aligned to former U.S. House Speaker Tip O’Neill, its origins are far more unclear than a simple history textbook reference. Applied more liberally, it’s an idiom that can hold true for any industry heavily immersed in both technological advances and political jockeying,... Read More
Oil-and-Gas Law: Notable Recent Developments 2017 September-October Contributors Thomas G. Ciarlone, Jr. 

Oil-and-Gas Law: Notable Recent Developments

In a significant development out of the U.S. Department of the Interior, the Office of Natural Resources Revenue has elected to eliminate the prior administration’s new guidance for calculating royalties on leases of oil and gas interests on federal and Native American lands. As detailed in a late-summer notice from the Federal Register, Interior is completely repealing what had been... Read More
Winter is Coming 2017 September-October Contributors Joshua Robbins 

Winter is Coming

I have no idea whether or not Games of Thrones has this title copyrighted. But, for the oil and gas world, there is no sweeter statement. The general consensus is that this winter will be, by far, the coldest we’ve had for a while. Our inventory is lower than it should be, and that will play a crucial role in... Read More
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