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Student Speak: Petroleum Engineering Is Here To Stay

Young professionals are entering the energy industry when it is in a state of transition. How will it affect their career path and progression?

The first in a series of article that aims to address the oil and gas industry outlook for the energy transition.
As the global economy continues to grow, carbon emissions are also projected to rise. While large-scale geothermal, nuclear, solar, and wind deployment as well as increased electrification could blunt emissions growth, net-negative carbon technologies will be needed to reach the United Nation’s two-degree target. That will require massive investment in carbon capture,…
The article explains the asymmetry of crude oil and retail gasoline price spikes.
  • With the ever-changing landscape in the energy industry, innovation has become more critical than ever.
  • While Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused rapidly rising oil prices, market fundamentals will remain tight through the short-to-medium term. Absent a rapid increase in US shale investment and OPEC opening up the taps, that means prices could remain stubbornly higher than they have been seen since the 2014 crash.

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