Pump Industry Insider
BP Plc predicts oil demand will fall over the next 30 years; jet fuel demand remains weak.
Rystad Energy estimates that to maintain flat production next year about 190 rigs will be needed in Permian.
Several notable M&A deals present evidence that buyers are returning to the table.
Human waste can be tested early for coronavirus.
What you can do to better protect and properly inform your employees.
Leaking pipes lost $7.6 billion worth of treated water in 2019. Closing the investment gap would create 800,000 new jobs.
Increase of government regulations for sulfur dioxide emissions will contribute to market growth.
Markets rallied for the fourth consecutive month in July despite the resurgence of coronavirus in as many as 24 states.
Companies are ready to resume pursuing acquisitions as soon as they are able resume site visits and other due diligence activities.
Manufacturing companies partaking in Europe’s “reduced working hours” programs wonder how long funds will last.
Expert says while need for these services is “solid,” several factors contribute to the industry’s financial health.
GDP expected to make steepest fall since end of World War II.
Oil giant says 20 percent of world’s oil and gas reserves are threatened by low prices.
Organization shining light on projects across infrastructure sectors.
Natural gas pipeline was intended to cross under the Appalachian Trail; cancellation celebrated by environmental groups.
Equipment manufacturers say federal government hasn’t given enough support, according to recent survey.
Survey results show CDC guidelines are generally the norm, though PPE requirements vary.
ACEC panelists say additional federal stimulus funding will be needed post-pandemic.
Experts working to make the most of the data as discoveries are made.