• 314 days Will The ECB Continue To Hike Rates?
  • 314 days Forbes: Aramco Remains Largest Company In The Middle East
  • 316 days Caltech Scientists Succesfully Beam Back Solar Power From Space
  • 716 days Could Crypto Overtake Traditional Investment?
  • 721 days Americans Still Quitting Jobs At Record Pace
  • 723 days FinTech Startups Tapping VC Money for ‘Immigrant Banking’
  • 726 days Is The Dollar Too Strong?
  • 726 days Big Tech Disappoints Investors on Earnings Calls
  • 727 days Fear And Celebration On Twitter as Musk Takes The Reins
  • 729 days China Is Quietly Trying To Distance Itself From Russia
  • 729 days Tech and Internet Giants’ Earnings In Focus After Netflix’s Stinker
  • 733 days Crypto Investors Won Big In 2021
  • 733 days The ‘Metaverse’ Economy Could be Worth $13 Trillion By 2030
  • 734 days Food Prices Are Skyrocketing As Putin’s War Persists
  • 736 days Pentagon Resignations Illustrate Our ‘Commercial’ Defense Dilemma
  • 737 days US Banks Shrug off Nearly $15 Billion In Russian Write-Offs
  • 740 days Cannabis Stocks in Holding Pattern Despite Positive Momentum
  • 741 days Is Musk A Bastion Of Free Speech Or Will His Absolutist Stance Backfire?
  • 741 days Two ETFs That Could Hedge Against Extreme Market Volatility
  • 743 days Are NFTs About To Take Over Gaming?

Arthur Berman

Arthur Berman

Contributor since: 17 Jan 2013

Biography

Mr. Berman is a petroleum geologist with 34 years of oil & gas industry experience - 20 years working with Amoco (now BP) and 14 years as a consulting geologist. He regularly both speaks at energy conferences and is interviewed by major media. Mr. Berman is a Director of The Association for the Study of Peak Oil, and a past Director of The Houston Geological Society and The Society of Independent Professional Earth Scientists.

  • Big Oil: Why in North American Shale Plays?

    Published 26 March 2013 | viewed 0 times

    Major oil companies are in North American shale plays because they have exhausted more attractive opportunities around the world and must replace reserves to support…

  • United States: The Illusion of U.S. Energy Independence

    Published 17 January 2013 | viewed 0 times

    The United States is not going to become energy independent because of tight oil. Period. Reports to the contrary are based on unrealistic assumptions and…