Moscow hosted today a working meeting between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and Taner Yildiz, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of the Republic of Turkey.
About two weeks ago we at Oregon State University were thankful to have Sarah Bates of the National Wildlife Federation and The Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Policy at the University of Montana visit us. She spoke on an important but oft-overlooked issue, Addressing Water Issues in Private Land...
Even as oil prices grow weak, Pioneer Natural Resources still is very optimistic about its future. Here's why.
By Traci Bruckner on November 25, 2014 - 2:56pm The US Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently published the new rule for the Conservation Stewardship Program. The rule goes into effect immediately, allowing the agency to move forward with program sign-up. Show More Summary
Natural gas is flared at the Handy Gas Unit #1, a Pioneer Natural Resources well, in Karnes County, Texas. Shifting forecasts for winter weather have fired up record volumes for fast-moving, leveraged exchange-traded funds linked to natural-gas futures. Anticipation for icy storms inspired record turnover last week in both the geared VelocityShares 3x Inverse Natural [...]
Pioneer Natural Resources and Enterprise Products Partners L.P. can both export condensate, but just one of these oil companies is the clear winner from this opportunity.
Pope Francis warned Thursday that planet earth would not forgive the abuse of its resources for profit, urging the world’s leaders to rein in their greed and help the hungry — or risk a doomsday scenario in which nature would exact revenge. “God always forgives, but the earth does not,” the Argentine pope told the […]
The Lynden Pioneer Museum in Washington state features exhibits on life in Victorian times, the area's natural resources, and the Pacific Theater of World War II. The latter display has gotten the museum in trouble with a new gun law approved by Washington voters in the recent election. Show More Summary
This week, the world celebrates a natural resource that provides food for billions and employment opportunities for over 50 million people worldwide -- fisheries.
It seems like anything can get Cliffs' shares to pop or drop more than 10% these days.
Exchange-traded funds full of heavy-metals miners are sinking today after Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) said it might need to bite the bullet and close down a key project. The SPDR Metals & Mining ETF (XME) drops 3.4% as Cliffs drops 14%. Kevin Kingsbury reports for Dow Jones Newswires that Cliffs’ new management team said it [...]
Hey, you got potatoes in my cosmetics! There's a time in every potato's life when it reaches a crossroads. In one direction, it becomes a french fry or mashed potato. In the other, it goes to a factory, where it's ground and divided into starch, fiber, and protein (the latter of which can be further broken down into amino acids). Show More Summary