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By Allen Brooks on January 23, 2011
In the span of two weeks, the Gulf of Mexico oil and gas industry has been presented two assessments of when drilling activity may begin to pick up. About a week and a half ago, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement Director Michael Bromwich, in a speech in Washington, D.C., said that his organization […]
By Allen Brooks on January 18, 2011
Offshore Industry: Waiting For Godot; Will He Ever Come? Why Are Electric Vehicles Darlings Of Detroit Auto Show? Seismic Replaced By Fracturing, But E&P Cycle Building Dutch Opt For New Strategy On Energy And Renewables What Vintage Is Your Barrel Of Crude Oil? read more Source: Energy Musings
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