by Anna Shiryaevskaya, March 24, 2017
The heart of Europe’s gas market may finally get a helping hand from the American shale revolution as fuel is poised to cross the Atlantic to replenish depleted inventories after the coldest January in seven years.
by Jesse Snyder, March 10, 2017
Vicky Hollub, the CEO of Occidental Petroleum Corp., speculated that Permian production could in coming years reach as high as four or five million barrels per day, up from around 2.2 million bpd today.
A confluence of factors has created “near nirvana” for the U.S. shale industry, analysts at Citi Group said in a recent research note. Among those factors was the OPEC-led agreement to curb oil supplies in an attempt to lift prices.
by B. Lynn Ingram, January 1, 2013
43-day storm that began in December 1861 put central and southern California underwater for up to six months, and it could happen again
Geologic evidence shows that truly massive floods, caused by rainfall alone, have occurred in California every 100 to 200 years. Such floods are likely caused by atmospheric rivers: narrow bands of water vapor about a mile above the ocean that extend for thousands of kilometers.
L’EIA américaine a publié la semaine dernière ses dernières projections portant sur le mix énergétique des États-Unis d’ici à 2040. Présentation de quelques grandes tendances annoncées, à moins de 10 jours de l’investiture de Donald Trump outre-Atlantique.
Egalement: Les États-Unis restent un « ogre » pétrolier en 2015
Egalement : Les chiffres clés du pétrole et du gaz naturel en 2014 (données les plus récentes).