Articles by tag: gas

Gasonomics: What’s Up in Energy? More Oil Getting Pulled from Reserves

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Explore the latest in the energy complex on the new podcast, Gasonomics with host Tim Snyder of Matador Economics. From the latest renewable energy news to the economic implications of the oil and gas industry, join Snyder as he gives an engaging and in-depth look at the energy sector. In the inaugural episode of Gasonomics,…

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Hurricane Ida Proves to be Another Blow to US Gas Prices

Inflation is already causing headaches for consumers, so the threat of Hurricane Ida’s direct hit on the nation’s oil and gasoline industry leaves many wondering if this means we should expect to see higher gas prices. Tyler Kern wanted to get Jay R. Young is the Founder and CEO of King Operating Corporation about…

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How The Situation In Afghanistan Impacts The Oil And Gas Markets

The Taliban took over Afghanistan on Sunday, as they flooded the capital, Kabul, while the U.S. worked to remove all of its foreign dignitaries. Scenes of crowded airports and Afghan citizens clinging to an American bomber flooded the internet, and news broadcasts Monday. The impact will be felt around the world, particularly on the oil…

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Colonial Restarts Gas Pipeline Following Cyberattack

Colonial Pipeline Co. said it began to resume gasoline shipments late this week, after a cyberattack that caused fuel shortages in several states. President Biden also asked US residents not to panic buy amidst the shortage. Watch below for more thoughts from Bloomberg’s Jamie Tarabay.   Host: So, Jamie, operations resuming, when is the actual…

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Gas Pumps Run Dry in U.S. South as Pipeline Shutdown Bites

(Bloomberg) — Motorists across a broad swath of the U.S. East Coast and South are struggling to find gasoline and diesel as filling stations run dry amid the unprecedented pipeline disruption caused by a criminal hack. From Virginia to Louisiana, convenience stores and corner gas stations are turning away customers as tanks tap out amid…

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Path Forward: Borrowing Base Redeterminations In A Restructuring World

Opportune LLP Managing Director David Morris has his finger on the pulse of the oil and gas industry, which makes him uniquely qualified to assess the shifts in the industry as a response to the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its ripple effects on commodity price volatility, forcing many companies to file for…

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Reshaping How the Oil and Gas Industries Approach Lubrication

Sloan Lubrication systems provides custom-built lubrication solutions for reciprocating and rotary equipment, many of them for the oil and gas industry – in other words, the fuel that powers us all. And Red Lion controls helped elevate that mission further by partnering with Sloan to provide solutions for the company’s new TriCip system, a system…

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Superior Air Quality and HVAC Systems are Crucial for Senior Care
May 29, 2024

The demographic shift towards an aging population, projected to reach 27 million Americans in nursing and assisted living facilities by 2050, raises significant concerns about indoor air quality in these environments. With respiratory health already being a critical issue among seniors, the stakes are high for ensuring that HVAC systems are up to par….

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The Future of Data Centers: Cooling, Power, and ESG with Saqib Ashraf
May 28, 2024

In a rapidly evolving data center industry, cooling technologies are finally taking center stage, driven by the rise of AI and other high-density computing needs. In the latest episode of Straight Outta Crumpton, Saqib Ashraf, Director of Solutions Architecture at CPG, shares insights on the future of data centers as well as the challenges…

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With Walmart Health Shuttering Its Doors, Retail Healthcare Has to Rethink Its Role & Strategy in Primary Care
May 28, 2024

Retail healthcare is an uncertain slice of the U.S. healthcare industry, being defined by both recent strategic retreats and bold expansions which have sparked crucial discussions about the future of primary care services within the retail sector. The most recent news that shocked the industry was the shuttering of Walmart Health, Walmart’s 51 health…

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Edge Computing is the Foundation for Scaled Smart Cities. How Can the Industry Accelerate Adoption?
May 28, 2024

As cities globally accelerate their transformation into “smart cities,” the integration of a capable computing ecosystem to complement smart city initiatives has become an important part of smart city success. How critical will edge computing be in that ecosystem, and in the facilitation of today’s and tomorrow’s smart city projects, especially with where smart…

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Why Pipelines Are Becoming Bad Business for the US Oil Industry
August 11, 2020

With several major pipelines in the United States having been halted, including the Keystone Pipeline and Dakota Access Pipeline, many are wondering what these changes mean for the future of the US oil industry. Winona LaDuke, Co-Founder of Honor the Earth and former Green Party vice president candidate of Ralph Nader provided expert insight…

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50 Years of Aeromodeling Experience Leads to EDF Vote of Confidence
July 20, 2020

Manfred Greve’s introduction to the world of aeromodeling began before he was born. His father started working in aeromodeling in the 1950s and passed his passion onto his son as a child. After school, Greve would work on improving upon his model airplanes, a process which helped him learn and grow immensely. “Do something…

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Trends in the Oil and Gas Industry in 2020 and Beyond
January 8, 2020

With the new decade having officially dawned, host Tyler Kern was joined by Matador Economics President Tim Snyder to discuss what 2020 and beyond might hold for the oil and gas industry. Specifically, Snyder said, the recent conflict in Iran initiated a run-up of the price of gasoline, diesel and crude oil that typically occurs…

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Hawaii Gas Faces Uncertain Future
November 7, 2019

Hawaii Gas faces an uncertain future as the state looks to move to renewable sources of energy. However, some of the roadblocks that stand in the way of that change provide a glimpse of what the future could hold in other states and areas of the world. Get the full story from Daniel Litwin…

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Fusion: How Control Room Design Impacts an Evolving Energy Industry
April 17, 2019

On today’s MarketScale Pro AV podcast, we are joined by Electrosonic Pre-Sales and Design Engineer Doug Walker and Project Manager Bob Mann for a conversation on extended control room design. Control rooms are integral to companies that make mission-critical decisions daily. As Walker points out, the term “control room” does not mean the same thing…

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Keeping the Oil Industry’s Operations Ironclad with Nathan Sumrall of Superior Cladding
April 4, 2019

The oil and gas industry has so much planning on the front end, but even with that type of thoroughness things can always go wrong. Accidents like Deepwater Horizon are on the front of everyone’s minds, and although tragic, they provide a huge learning lesson for how things can be done better. Nathan Sumrall,…

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