The Trans Mountain Saga: A Warning Shot for Washington
While we can recognize the win that the project's completion represents, the Trans Mountain saga reveals the dire need for infrastructure policy and regulatory reform.
COP28 Deal Lacks the Teeth Required to Change Realities on the Ground. Here’s Why.
The controversy that dogged the climate summit shows the extent to which misinformation, politics, and outdated beliefs reign supreme — and hinder progress toward net zero.
Prediction: The M&A Wave Will Usher In a New Era of Oil & Gas Production in North America
By late 2024 to early 2025, a new era of Oil & Gas production will be dawning. It will look decidedly different than the world we operate in today, and will be defined by three seismic shifts.
From Coal and Consolidation to LNG and Policy Reform: 8 Energy Industry Predictions for 2024
Working with many of the biggest operators and suppliers, we’re seeing activity that will have major ramifications for the industry in the coming year. Here are eight predictions about what to expect in 2024.
3 Moves North American LNG Producers Need to Make Now to Support Future Growth
With one of the largest concentrations of reserves in the world, North American natural gas producers are in pole position to capitalize on rising global demand in 2024, and beyond.
The Silent Threat to the Energy Transition: America’s Broken Infrastructure Policy
What people often don't realize is that the biggest threat to success in the energy transition isn't the ability to scale investment in new energy production - it's America's aging grids and our broken infrastructure policy.
ExxonMobil Carbon Capture Deal Drives Supply Chain and Capital Efficiency, Demonstrates Economies of Scale in Action
ExxonMobil has announced a deal with Nucor Corporation to capture, transport, and store up to 800,000 metric tons per year of CO2 from thes steel-maker’s manufacturing site in Louisiana. After recent agreements with industria
Big Problems Need Big Solutions: Why Oil & Gas Companies Will Guide the Way to a Sustainable Energy Future
Many Americans see conventional energy as the enemy of renewable energy, and believe progress for one must mean failure for the other. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Why Oil & Gas Will Lead the Energy Transition: A Study in History and Macroeconomics
Big problems require big solutions, and the conventional Oil & Gas companies of today are uniquely positioned to lead the planet to the future we all desire.
Federal Inflation Reduction Act Bolsters US Energy Growth and Security
Yesterday President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, paving the way for major investment and with it, lots of implications for the US energy landscape over the next decade.
Kristi Blaser traded her desk job for steel-toed boots: “I wish I’d done it sooner.”
Kristi Blaser’s lifelong connection with the skilled trades runs deep. Learn why she wishes she’d traded her desk job for steel-toed boots sooner.
Inflation Reduction Act: Transforming the US Solar Industry
The new law will lead to increased solar manufacturing and demand, propelling the US into a global renewable energy player, alongside labor provisions that will shape the next generation of the solar workforce.
Why We Must Produce More Energy at Home
Energy has never been a more pressing issue than it is today. The energy crisis — vulnerable markets, rising prices, fuel shortages, a supply chain in disarray — is real. And there's a solution that is ripe for the taking.
Easier, Faster, Safer: How Workrise is Absorbing Complexity to Bring the Energy Industry Into the Future
The world is at an inflection point, and so are we. We are hard at work on our next chapter, helping the biggest players in energy work faster and more efficiently for their shareholders, and for our global energy future.