October 12, 2016
You know that oil is used for transportation and heating homes and businesses. But did you know it is used to create rubber balls, toothbrushes or t-shirts? And yes, it’s also used to manufacture many of the components of the phone, tablet, or computer you’re using right now. Not to mention birthday candles and crayons. It’s actually pretty amazing how many varied products can be created from just one barrel of oil.
We have operations across the globe, from Alaska’s icy North Slope to tropical Timor Leste, northwest of Australia. But there is one common thread that runs through all of our operations - sustainability.
May 25, 2016
Hrap provided a historical context for the current industry downturn; detailed the prospects for a recovery; and took the audience through the industry’s response and the role states can play to foster pragmatic regulations moving forward.
May 12, 2016
Have you ever wondered how the world would look without fossil fuels? While it may be tough to visualize, Go Compare has created a few maps to give you a clearer picture. The series of maps shows how the earth would look if fossil fuel energy, nuclear and/or renewable power sources were turned off, one by one.
April 25, 2016
April was a busy month for energy education in the Lone Star State. From hosting teacher workshops to inspiring students to explore oil and gas careers to recognizing extraordinary math teachers, our company’s efforts made an impact in schools across the state.
April 13, 2016
Bloomberg recently released a data visualization of the startling decrease in the number of active wells in the U.S. And, in fact, rig counts are at the lowest they’ve been in 75 years. While that may not seem like information that impacts your daily life, the reality is that each of these rigs supports dozens or even hundreds of jobs lost. And that’s not all.