Black & Veatch’s Strategic Directions in the U.S. Natural Gas Industry Report shows optimism across the industry for future growth is as plentiful as domestic shale gas reserves. The report is based on a comprehensive survey of natural gas industry leaders and includes analysis from Black & Veatch industry experts.

When asked about their view of the industry’s future growth, ...

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Southern Company recognized the first graduates of the transmission line and substation construction apprentice training program the company helped establish at Fort Stewart near Savannah, Ga.

This program is one example of outreach by the energy industry to veterans of the military. Careers related to energy are among the best jobs for veterans.

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Wind turbines are the most visible symbols of the quest for renewable electricity generation. And yet, although they exploit the wind, which is as free and as green as energy can be, the machines themselves are pure embodiments of fossil fuels.

Large trucks bring steel and other raw materials to the site, earth-moving equipment beats a path to otherwise inaccessible ...

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The US Bureau of Land Management announced expanded best management practices (BMP) for oil and gas producers operating on onshore federal lands. The additional BMP aim to increase wildlife protection during exploration and production of onshore federal leases, the US Department of the Interior agency said late last month. The policies also cover geothermal resources, it added.

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Good oil and gas talent is in short supply. Combine the so-called “Big Shift Change” with the reduced number of students applying for and completing STEM courses in college, and there is a serious concern about where the next generation of industry talent will come from.

As oil and gas companies bring in new talent to meet staffing demands, CEB ...

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Mary Miller, chief administrative officer for Edison Electric Institute, an industry association of shareholder-owned electric companies that includes NV Energy, pointed to a recent study from the Center for Energy Workforce Development. The study noted that about one-third of the roughly 200,000 energy industry jobs around the country will become vacant because of retirement.

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Plunging oil prices have hurt American companies in the short run, but increased U.S. production means that the country is on the path to become a global leader in oil production, the head of the U.S. oil and gas industry's top lobbying arm said.

Falling oil prices have empowered the United States and weakened OPEC and Russia, said Jack Gerard, ...

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