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4 reasons expert energy staffing and recruiting consultants are necessary during times of transition

4 Reasons Energy Staffing Consultants Matter During Times of Transition

Energy staffing has never been more important to our industry. Within the next two quarters of 2020, many experts expect an increased level of acquisitions and mergers to occur in energy. Companies already under manpower constraints will need competent and efficient staffing ...

The Thrive Guide to Safeguarding Your Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19

In times of crisis, it’s more important than ever to commit to your mental well-being. By Jen Fisher, Chief Well-being Officer at Deloitte Published on April 23, 2020 If ever there was a time to end the stigma around mental health, it’s now. The ...

Honoring Earth Day 2020

Author: Jessica Lutz, American Petroleum Institute (API) Posted 4/22/2020 Earth Day 2020 finds the world in unprecedented circumstances. Despite the once-in-a-lifetime challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis, the natural gas and oil industry’s commitment to protect workers, communities and the environment remains ...

Profit hunting in the brave new world of oil & gas

Until 2014, the oil and gas industry enjoyed high oil prices, high levels of activity and wages. Margins were high and demand was even higher. Since 2018, however, most operators have made cuts in just about every aspect of their investments, headcounts, ...

How the oil and gas industry is helping fight coronavirus

The oil and gas industry has taken a hit from the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, but there are many ways it is fighting back. The oil and gas industry is facing a downturn exacerbated by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, but companies in the ...

Dallas Fed Energy Survey: Oil and Gas Sector Activity Plunges as Low Oil Prices, Coronavirus Take Toll

DALLAS, Texas (Federal Reserve) —Energy sector activity declined significantly in the first quarter, according to executives responding to the Dallas Fed Energy Survey. The business activity index—the survey’s broadest measure of conditions facing Eleventh District energy firms—plunged from -4.2 in the fourth ...