Economics of Drilling: How an oil company decides to drill | Presidio Petroleum

Welcome to The Outsiders, a vlog series highlighting the building of an oil company. In this episode, Chris Hammack, Presidio Petroleum’s Co-CEO, talks about how they think about drilling vs. buying into non-ops. By now, you know that Presidio operates differently. Listen to their thoughts on drilling and what makes them decide to drill, buy,… Continue reading Economics of Drilling: How an oil company decides to drill | Presidio Petroleum

U.S. Natural Gas Drilling Declines as Oil Growth Drives Overall Upstream Activity Higher

The U.S. natural gas rig count fell four units to 162 for the week ended Friday (Sept. 16), while an eight-rig increase in oil-directed drilling lifted the combined domestic tally four units higher to 763, according to updated figures from Baker Hughes Co. (BKR). The 763 active U.S. rigs as of Friday compares with 512… Continue reading U.S. Natural Gas Drilling Declines as Oil Growth Drives Overall Upstream Activity Higher

Namibia Discovers Oil While Pursuing Green Energy

The first “green hydrogen” power plant being built in Africa is expected to begin producing electricity in Namibia in 2024, an official from France-based HDF Energy told Reuters news agency this week. That presents something of a dilemma for Namibia, which is championing the clean energy but also said this month that huge oil deposits… Continue reading Namibia Discovers Oil While Pursuing Green Energy

Toronto Votes 2022: Former environmental commissioner Dianne Saxe joins Ward 11 race

In the lead up to the 2022 Toronto municipal election, CJRU is reaching to all candidates in the downtown wards.  With more than 120 years of family roots in University-Rosedale, former environmental commissioner of Ontario Dianne Saxe said she is ready to represent Ward 11 and bring affordability and refocused climate action to the forefront.… Continue reading Toronto Votes 2022: Former environmental commissioner Dianne Saxe joins Ward 11 race

Toronto Votes 2022: Climate change activist Pierre Therrien to run for Ward 11

In the lead up to the 2022 Toronto municipal election, CJRU is reaching out to all candidates in the downtown wards.  Pierre Therrien said he is running for Ward 11 University-Rosedale’s city council seat because he wants Toronto to reach its environmental and climate action goals sooner through systematic changes. “I want to create new… Continue reading Toronto Votes 2022: Climate change activist Pierre Therrien to run for Ward 11

Toronto Votes 2022: Longtime resident Caroline Murphy joins the Ward 13 race

In the lead up to the Toronto municipal election, CJRU is reaching out to all candidates in the downtown wards. Caroline Murphy said she remembers immigrating to Toronto from Ireland more than 20 years ago: the community and its residents welcomed her, and she said it gave her the opportunity to grow as a person.… Continue reading Toronto Votes 2022: Longtime resident Caroline Murphy joins the Ward 13 race

Toronto Votes 2022: Entrepreneur Axel Arvizu joins the Ward 11 race

In the lead up to 2022 Toronto municipal election, CJRU is reaching out to all candidates in the downtown wards. With a platform focused on fiscal responsibility and community safety, entrepeneur Axel Arvizu is running to become the next city councillor of Ward 11 University-Rosedale. “I always had an inclination for public service,” he said. “I… Continue reading Toronto Votes 2022: Entrepreneur Axel Arvizu joins the Ward 11 race