By IE Read Feed |
The New York Times | Even though oil prices have dropped significantly, companies are keeping production steady with new drilling techniques and utilizing recently developed technology.
Wyoming is still one of the whitest states in the country, but in the last few years the black population there has more than doubled. Inside Energy’s Leigh Paterson reports.
After months of low oil prices, oil companies are scrambling to get more oil out of fewer wells. Inside Energy’s Leigh Paterson reports on the technology they are using, deep underground.
Despite falling oil prices, rents are still sky high in North Dakota’s Bakken oilfield.
What do unemployment and labor statistics tell us about the impact of low oil prices on the job market in North Dakota’s Bakken oilfield?
Job seekers still flock to Williston, North Dakota seeking easy money in the Bakken oilfield. Falling oil prices have made that dream a little harder to attain.
By Neil LaRubbio |
Oil worker Neil LaRubbio documents what it’s like to be on the inside as oil prices plummet.
These days, with oil prices so low, producers are using below ground technology to chase oil thousands of feet below the earth’s surface. Inside Energy’s Leigh Paterson reports.
Low oil prices gave truck driver Apryl Boyce a chance to re-think why she came to the Bakken oilfield. And then she decided to leave.