Introduction to the Oil & Gas Industry
July 24, 2017 | Houston, TX
As a speaker at EUCI's upcoming Introduction to the Oil & Gas Industry course, I would like to extend a 10% discount* off the registration price to you and your colleagues.
Use Discount Code: SPKOG10
Russo on Energy has you covered with four excellent courses. Whether your are brand new to the oil and gas industry, into permitting, need a refresher or a more detailed understanding of physical and financial natural gas markets. These courses can be taught in house at your organization or in the Washington DC metropolitan area. You can also attend a class offered by EUCI where we teach the following courses. [node:read-more:link]
I know that declining oil prices are in the news. However, the one bright spot is oil's role in electricity markets, especially during winter. Here’s a short summary of work that Devin Hartman [now the Electricity Policy Manager at the R Street Institute] and I did previously when we were trying to determine dual-fuel oil fired power generation’s role in ensuring the electric reliability in organized electricity markets. [node:read-more:link]
As an energy expert, it’s difficult to escape news and commentary about EPA’s Final Clean Power Plan. However, I’m not a lawyer, but someone interested in how to make sense of the plan when it comes to cybersecurity and energy markets. More important, I’ve asked myself if the Clean Power Plan is just a speed bump or really a rule that is masking a megatrend. I’m leaning toward the latter when it comes to the energy sector, but have specific ideas when it comes to cybersecurity and ensuring reliable secure supplies and reasonable prices of electricity, natural gas, crude oil and refined petroleum products. [node:read-more:link]
Federal regulators at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commisson issued proposed regulations that would help to modernize the interstate natural gas pipelines in the U.S. Rumor has it that the Department of Energy pressured FERC to do so in an effort to reduce natural gas (methane) leaks from aging pipelines. Methane is a green house gas that makes significant contributions to global warming. [node:read-more:link]