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There has been much speculation about how Brexit is and will affect numerous global markets, and the one we have been reading about and watching closely is, of course, the oil market. In this article, Business Insider reports on what we see thus far. Just…

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Rigzone posted an article today touching on some of the data surrounding U.S. shale producers’ ability to remain above water even through the days of $26/barrel oil. Although OPEC kept pumping in oil to an already oversupplied economy in an effort to…

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As an update to last week’s blog, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled against cities fracking limits, declaring them “invalid and unenforceable”. The court wrote that the moratorium’s enacted in Boulder and Longmont “materially impedes the effectuation of…

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Colorado House Bill 1355 is currently being contested, which would displace the state as the ultimate authority on oil and gas drilling and give crucial authority over oil and gas facilities to local governments. The Denver Post published an article…

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Pierre Andurand, hedge fund manager, has predicted all of the major turns in the oil market in recent memory. And now, he is trying to do it again. Andurand believes that we have seen the bottom of oil and that we are going to see the market come back…

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Many oil and gas companies are trying to find ways to remain stable during the global oil bust, and cost-cutting has taken shape in many forms. Many workers are finding themselves looking for jobs, something that may seem foreign to those who have been at…

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The future of the job market lies in the contingent workforce. According to a recent study conducted by Fieldglass (a software company) on hiring trends, the number of workers hired as freelance, contract workers, or temps has risen in the past two years,…

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It’s often tough to understand what is happening legislatively in our communities with all of the confusing jargon thrown into initiatives as well as sometimes hidden additions, combined with a lot of built up hype. It’s important to understand the full…

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Oil & gas companies are now starting to accept this norm of low oil prices which has resulted in companies being on the defensive through the end of 2015. However, companies have realized it’s time to look forward, stop playing defense and start playing…

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OPEC is so incredibly divided over low oil prices that they have yet again failed to agree on how much oil to produce, leaving the output to stay the same, steady at 30 million barrels a day. A cut in output would have been able to at least eased pressure…
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