In America, the amount of active oil rigs is falling dramatically, while the crude price has stabilized, suggesting a collapse in shale oil industry, similar to the ‘oil bust’ of 1986, is near. But then, why is oil production in the US is beating new records?
American television enjoyed a purple patch in the 1960s with the release of ground-breaking productions like the Star Trek series which captivated and inspired a whole new generation of viewers to think big and follow their dreams. In...Show More Summary
Welcome to episode 003 of the Happy Hour podcast! Today we’re discussing all things Apple Watch. Can Apple succeed in the smartwatch game? It’s clear Apple has been developing this product for a while and we’ll get into all of the need-to-know information surrounding it. The Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes […]
Moscow is not planning to cancel the embargo on food products from the countries that imposed sanctions on Russia.
US refineries scaled back for the week ended February 20 as part of the ongoing maintenance season, contributing to US commercial crude oil stocks building to a record 434.1 million barrels, according to the latest data from the US Energy Information Administration. The stocks increased 8.4 million barrels, more than double the amount expected by […]
Here's a brief update from "Ellen" who lives in Lviv, a city in Western Ukraine. Hello MishWe have quite a panic over the collapse of currency. People buy any food product that can be stored. Everyone wants to rid of Hryvnia. We haven't seen anything like this since 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed. Show More Summary
To guarantee a high quality of their beer, breweries monitor the production process very closely. With a new polymer powder, this monitoring will be able to be faster and simpler in the future. Manufacturers can also test drinks such as milk, juice, cola and red wine with the quick check.
Monolith Productions released the final piece of downloadable content for its Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor this week called The Bright Lord. The Bright Lord has players assuming the role of Celebrimbor, the Elven Lord known to have...Show More Summary
Between prep, production, and post, I hardly have time for anything else. Hell, I hardly have time for prep, production, and post. If I’m prepping an episode, I can’t be on set. If I’m on set, I can’t be in editing. And if I’m in editing, I can’t be in prep. So what’s an Executive […]
Signs of the oil bust abound. The price of West Texas Intermediate crude has fallen in half in the past six months. The search for oil, which fueled a gold-rush mentality in North Dakota and Texas, is abating. According to Baker Hughes, there were 1,140 rigs drilling for oil in the U.S. Show More Summary
The US Department of Commerce stated Friday that the US Gross Domestic Product grew in the fourth quarter of 2014 at 2.2 percent, down from the 5 percent in the third quarter.
Accessory maker LunaTik today teased a new protective product for the upcoming Apple Watch. Not many features of the Epik Apple Watch Kit have been revealed, but the case is said to provide a level of water resistance that should allow you to use it while swimming, showering, or engaging in many other water-related activities. Of […]
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The 1971 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences awarded to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) inventor Simon Kuznets sold tonight for $390,848 at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. It was the first Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences to ever be auctioned and only the sixth Nobel Prize to ever go under the hammer. Show More Summary
The Yamaha Motiv.e, a two-seat vehicle engineered by designed Gordon Murray, is reportedly set to enter production from 2019. A well-placed anonymous source has told the Nikkei that the Japanese motorcycle maker is planning on making a two-seat vehicle, closely related to the 2013 concept car, before the end of the decade at a plant in [...]
A company in France sold life insurance policies that enable holders to make stock trades with perfect hindsight based on past prices. FT explains: "Life insurance is a popular savings product in France, and typically the customer allocates their money among different investment funds offered by the insurer. Show More Summary
Google chief economist Hal Varian says that we're grossly underestimating the productivity benefits we're getting from robots and other forms of automation. Speaking at a Churchill Club forum in San Francisco last night alongside Paul...Show More Summary
It’s a problem the US Navy wants to have, but it’s still a problem. If the service gets enough money both to build its top priority, the Ohio Replacement Program nuclear missile submarine, and to keep producing its vaunted Virginia-class...Show More Summary
Roberta Jacobson, the American diplomat leading the talks, said the talks were "productive and encouraging" and a U.S. embassy could open in Havana by April.