The oil and natural gas industry is one of the world’s largest sectors. Learn about the business, its procedures, possible energy solutions and more through these accredited online resources.
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There are many ways petroleum shapes the world we live in, from powering factories to keeping transportation going, and we are consuming it in increasingly vast quantities.
What is oil used for? » American Petroleum Institute »
Not to be confused with gasoline, natural gas is a clean, North American resource that is extracted from deep shale formations through hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technologies. The U.S. has more than a 100-year supply, which could help reduce America’s reliance on foreign oil.
What is natural gas used for? » America’s Natural Gas Alliance » Texas Natural Gas Now »
Exploration and production companies adhere to strict local, state and federal regulations in their operations to preserve and protect air, land and water quality.
Groundwater Protection Council » Sustainability efforts at Pioneer »
America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA) »
Organization promoting the economic, environmental and national security benefits of using natural gas
Barnett Shale Energy Education Council »
Gas drilling and production in the Barnett Shale region of North Texas
Energy in Depth »
Fact sheets, videos, charts, graphs and research
Fuel Fix »
Daily energy news and analysis
National hydraulic fracturing chemical registry
E&P Magazine »
Leading exploration and production publication
Oil & Gas Journal »
Weekly petroleum industry publication
Oil and gas news
Rig Zone »
Industry news and information, careers, company directory, offshore rig data, equipment marketplace and more
South Texas Energy & Economic Roundtable (STEER) »
Organization founded by operators to connect the industry with South Texas communities
Texas Natural Gas Now »
Facts and ongoing community discussions on the state of natural gas in Texas
U.S. Energy Information Administration »
Independent and impartial energy information