Momentum is building fast on lifting the ban on U.S. oil exports. Some believe the ban may not even live to see its 40th birthday this December.
A landslide vote in Denton, Texas, on November 4, 2014, aimed to protect neighborhoods from invasive and toxic effects of hydraulic fracturing.
by Stevie McHugh Defense assets were not deployed on Labor Day when a Russian intelligence vessel was seen near an American Shell Oil Company ship in the Arctic, according to CNN sources. No known actions were taken on September 3, either, when a Russian spy ship capable of doing harm to undersea communications systems was […]
Islamic State fighters seize last major oilfield under Syrian government control during battles over a vast central desert zone, says monitoring group
Cowboying from the Oilfield Member Post by Tim Wilson Edited by Stevie McHugh Oilfield Families of America Working in the oilfield, most of us seem to find hobbies and lifestyles that end up being passions. Mine is showing quarter horses. I aspire to be a really competitive non-pro and amateur in the horse show arena […]
LOAD OUR APP AND REGISTER FOR CASH GIVEAWAYS! EDDY COUNTY, N.M. – A missing man out of Carlsbad has been found dead. 27-year-old Michael Martinez disappeared Tuesday night. His family says close friends searching on horseback discovered his body Sunday evening. They say his body was found not far from where they had been searching. […]
The body of oilfield worker Michael Martinez was found today by deputies searching on horseback. The cause of death is still unknown and police are investigating.