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4 CFOs Who Are Doing it Right
Successful CFOs don't have super powers, just powerful new tools, like self-driving software and blockchain. This white paper discusses the new tools and provides four CFOs who are using them to their fullest potential.
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Explosion Disrupts Gas Pipeline for Second Time in Two Months
A crew working on the line hit it with a trackhoe, causing a fire.
Nov 3rd, 2016
Wind Generating Greater Share of Power
The increase of wind power in the United States has been driven by a combination of technology and policy changes.
Oct 26th, 2016
World's Largest Power Plants
Some of the soon-to-be-largest power plants in the world will join eight current leaders in using hydroelectric processes to produce power from China to Brazil.
Oct 18th, 2016
China Leads Nuclear Power Growth
By 2032, China is expected to surpass the United States as the country with the most electricity generation from nuclear power.
Sep 28th, 2016
Leaking Pipeline Disrupts Gas Supply
A partial shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline system, a major source of transportation fuels to the Southeast, has disrupted supply - leading to higher prices and gas shortages.
Sep 21st, 2016
Gas Prices at 12-Year Low
Lower crude oil prices are the main factor behind falling gas prices, which are still being impacted by high inventories and increased drilling activity.
Sep 2nd, 2016
Sabotage Hurting Oil Production
Attacks on oil infrastructure from a group called the Niger Delta Avengers has pushed oil production, which accounts for 70 percent of government revenue, to historic lows.
Aug 18th, 2016
Slowing Oil Production Decline
Higher and more stable crude oil prices are contributing to increased drilling in the United States, which may slow the pace of production declines.
Jul 21st, 2016
Gas Higher Than Projected
Crude oil prices are as much as $11/barrel higher than projections made earlier this year.
Jul 13th, 2016
First U.S. Reactor in 20 Years
The new reactor is designed to add 1,150 megawatts of electricity generating capacity to southeastern Tennessee.
Jun 14th, 2016
Fort McMurray Fires Impact Oil Sands
Although projects are slowly restarting as fires subside, it may take weeks for production to return to previous levels.
Jun 10th, 2016