Despite all the renewed fuss about them in the past two years, face oils are "an O.G. beauty routine." But maybe you're entering the face-oil game late — you've heard a lot about this Notorious O.I.L., but you still aren't sure what the deal is. Consider Peter Thomas Roth's Oilless... More »
News of Iran's potential slow ramp up of oil supply resounded with a downward small ping in prices in late November, later to bounce back based on supply realities and economic growth. At the same time, Iraqi oil supply keeps increasing, averaging about 3 million barrels per day, a new high in the last 20 years. Show More Summary
I remember the conversation well. It was late summer in 2008 and the price of crude oil had exploded above $100 per barrel. I was having lunch in mid-town Manhattan with a reporter, Bryan Wingfield. I had just begun reading about the field of synthetic biology and a clutch of biofuels start-up companies who believed [...]
Your soap and chocolate bar may now be slightly less bad for the environment, or is it too late? The post Palm Oil Giant Commits to More Sustainable Forestry Practices appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
Lately my insomnia has reared her ugly head. I go to bed yawning and ready for sleep, but at 4 a.m. on the dot I’m wide awake. I know I’m only getting 5-6 hours and for me that is not enough. I try to will myself to go back to sleep, but 30 minutes [...]
Sway may not have the answers, but Kanye does! At least he thinks so, that's for sure! Mr. West has said a lot about President Obama lately, and a lot of it hasn't been so good, but surprise — he still has his back on at least one issue! In an interview with New York's Power [...]
Can’t forget about the possibilities for a bearish turn. Oil stocks have been getting a lot of press lately on both sides after Buffett was found to be taking a large stake in XOM, which brought about a lot of noisy bears giving their opposing two cents. I never take long term shorts, but I […]
Over my desk hangs an oil portrait of President John F. Kennedy. The painting attracts many comments from visitors to my office who admire its strong resemblance to the late president. Like all good works of art, this one has a story...Show More Summary
I have to begin by saying that I don't really enjoy playing this game, but so many in the inside-the-Beltway chattering class are getting so obsessed with it of late that (against my better intentions) I'm going to reluctantly jump into the fray. Show More Summary
We’re all used to seeing oil spills at sea, or oil spewing from a ruptured pipeline. But lately we’ve been presented with a new image of oil spills with increasing frequency: train derailment. Last Friday, a train carrying crude oilShow More Summary
Include WVTM-TV: News, Weather, and Sports for Birmingham, AL There are no reports of injuries caused by a train derailment and explosion in Alabama late Friday night, and only one family was evacuated as a precautionary measure, and...Show More Summary
By Ray Merola: Since late 2012, I have been tracking and analyzing Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) (RDS.B) performance versus its management's plan (the "Plan") to improve cash flow and shareholder returns. As part of a series of Seeking Alpha...Show More Summary
Royal Dutch Shell announced to shareholders last week that they are contemplating a resumption of oil drilling in Arctic waters adjacent to Alaska this coming summer season
With all the statistical information that has been published lately, we’ve decided to make a brief review of statistical data on world oil reserves and production. Are we already running out of oil? How much oil is being produced per year? read more
Lately, we've seen how hackers can cause havoc on the high seas, but the shenanigans have been limited to security researchers for the most part. They wanted to prove that it was possible to do things like take over a ship's navigation system so that it doesn't happen in real life. Welp, too late for that now. Read more...
Like clockwork, a refinery fire: A fire at the Citgo oil refinery in southwest suburban Lemont late Wednesday sent flames shooting high into the night sky, sparked concern among citizens — but caused no injuries.The fire started about 7:40 p.m. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. energy exploration companies leading a domestic oil boom increasingly are using stock options to find and maintain employees, evoking comparisons to the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s.
ByDave Dierking: Much has been made lately of the ability of the United States to become energy independent. Thanks to drilling in areas like the Bakken and Eagle Ford Oil Formations, the U.S. is beginning to produce reserves of oil and natural gas like never before. Show More Summary
In late September more than 865,000 gallons of Bakken oil (see map [pdf]) spewed from a pipeline onto a North Dakota farmer's wheat fields. Oil Boom, Pipeline Bust The oil boom is alive and kicking in North Dakota where fracking -- the...Show More Summary
ByChristopher F. Davis: Linn Energy (LINE) is primarily an oil and natural gas company, engages in the acquisition and development of oil and natural gas properties. I have been in and out of the stock, most recently in late 2012. I still follow the headlines and read an occasional article. Show More Summary