Environmental - Mar 2, 2022
Economic Fallout from Russia's War Ripples Across the Globe
In this handout photo released by Ukrainian Emergency Service, a burnt car is seen in front of a damaged City Hall building, in Kharkiv, Ukraine on March 1, 2022. WASHINGTON (AP) — Moscow's war on Ukraine and the ferocious financial backlash it's unleashed are not only inflicting an economic catastrophe on President Vladimir Putin's Russia.
Paul Wiseman and David McHugh | Industrial Equipment News #economy #oil #supplychain
Global MFG - Feb 3, 2022
Oil Frackers Brace for End of the U.S. Shale Boom - WSJ
Companies have tapped many of their best wells. The limited inventory suggests that the era in which U.S. shale companies could quickly flood the world with oil is receding, and that market power is shifting back to other producers, many overseas. Some investors and energy executives said concerns about inventory likely motivated a recent spate of acquisitions and will lead to more consolidation.
Collin Eaton | The Wall Street Journal #oil