Our latest infographic explains the benefits of oil and gas financing and how factoring provides dependable and consistent cash flow to cover the many costs related to the oil and gas industry.
Category: Oil & Gas Factoring
Oil prices have plummeted recently, which has caused a ripple effect throughout the global economy. A wide number of reasons contribute to the steep price decline, including the widespread adoption of new drilling technologies (fracking), geopolitical issues, international oil production … Continue reading
Hidden deep underground, shale oil and gas deposits are being discovered all across the country from Texas and Wyoming to the Utica Shale reserve in eastern Ohio and into Pennsylvania. Now Colorado’s Weld County has recently announced its own recent … Continue reading
The oil and gas sector is not for the risk adverse, and that goes for the industry itself as well as for the oil and gas financing institutions that support it. The subject of risk, among other topics, was brought … Continue reading
To keep our cities, vehicles, and office buildings humming along at their current rapid pace, the demand for energy in all its myriad forms remains constant. From windmills to solar panels and from gas and oil drilling to the production … Continue reading
During the 1970s, motorists waited in long lines at the pump to refill their large, gas guzzlers. Restrictions were enacted at the time to limit gas consumption because of short supply.
The United States, historically one of the world’s leading importers of oil and gas, is on its way to becoming a leading exporter. In a dramatic turnaround that was previously unheard of, the nation is on its way to surpassing … Continue reading
Risk is inherent in every business transaction to one degree or another. Accidents happen, companies go belly-up, bosses quit without warning, and a sure-thing becomes a not-a-chance. This is the nature of commerce. While risk can never be completely eliminated, … Continue reading
The much-discussed Keystone XL oil pipeline recently hit a setback when the Senate voted to not approve its Canada-to-Gulf construction. Though the House voted to pass it a few weeks earlier, it missed the Senate vote by only one. Many … Continue reading
Some cities and regions across the country have suffered worse than others as a result of the economic recession. Of course some regions such as the Rust Belt (the areas of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and upstate New York) were hit hard … Continue reading