Answered September 04 2019
Among all the large and small oil and gas industry websites and blogs, we’ve narrowed it down to the five most worth your time and investment to read:
From the general facts to specific situations, these blogs are invaluable to industry professionals. Here’s the breakdown:
Let’s start with the simplest reason to read blogs: keeping up on general industry news. True to their names, The Oil and Gas Journal and Energy Industry Today will keep you ahead of the curve, no matter what. While some of the higher-level articles do require a subscription, that doesn’t take away from the sheer volume of free content that’s available at these sites.
If you want to keep up with breaking industry-specific news, check out Today in Energy. This is actually where most of the major news outlets get their first scoop on oil and gas industry news.
Tracking the news sets you apart from others and keeps you informed about where you can improve. All of the above blogs make it easy for readers to start working better, in an ever-changing industry today. By spending a little time reading these resources every day, you and your company can continue and accelerate your climb to the top.
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