Through this September, global demand for crude oil will exceed global supply by nearly 1 million barrels per day, according to the International Energy Agency, a Paris based think tank
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This past Thursday the District Attorney for the 15th Judicial District, Keith Stutes, announced the filing of litigation against 49 oil and gas defendants on behalf of Vermilion Parish. This
So many times our companies walk into the courtroom and look at the next few years fly by as they spend their time in painfully draining litigation. However, with the
Lawsuits certainly have a way of getting everyone’s attention, especially here in Louisiana. With a well-established reputation as a “judicial hellhole,” our state is known for having a legal system
The United States has experienced an oil and gas revolution over the last eight years through unconventional or shale drilling in plays all over the country. From Williston, North Dakota,
As if the oil and gas industry was not buried under a pile of allegations, lawsuits, protests and low prices, another group has come forward to further stifle industry growth.
As we now approach the year and a half mark since the price of crude oil drastically dropped, analysts are
We now enter into the 15th month in a row of rock bottom crude oil and natural gas prices for
The Cameron Parish lawsuits signal the same song with simply a different verse. Last week, Cameron Parish filed suit against
November 2014 brought about many changes for the oil and gas way of life. For starters, the price for a
The 2015 political election season ushered in a much different looking political landscape for 2016. A new governor has been
2015 has come and gone with much fanfare. Crude oil prices dropped to historic lows, natural gas prices took a
The citizens across the great state of Louisiana exercised their rights and elected a whole new group of elected officials.
Political television ads, billboards, yard signs and doorknockers are all indicators of campaign season in Louisiana being in full swing.
The cat has long been let out of the bag. Saudi Arabia and OPEC have a goal to end the
The rulings have officially been passed down regarding just how much BP will pay as a result of the Macondo
The United States oil market took a drastic fall in November of 2014 due to a very specific reason. The
The oil and gas industry has a storied history in the state of Louisiana. Over the last one hundred years,
As the 2015 Louisiana State Legislature convenes, a $1.6 billion budget deficit has everyone wondering what or who gets cut