Tag Archives: Energy

Hrabar Joins KLJ as Vice President of Energy and Natural Resources

Engineering firm, KLJ, is pleased to share that Craig Hrabar has joined the company as the Vice President of Energy and Natural Resources. In this role he is responsible for driving growth within the division including oil and gas, power, and telecommunications markets. For more than 25 years, Hrabar has…

Continental resources announces Rory R. Sabino as new vice president for investor relations

Mr. Sabino has more than two decades of institutional equity experience, most recently serving Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) as a financial advisor and senior energy sector specialist. Mr. Sabino has more than 13 years of energy sector experience. At BAML, he worked with numerous traders, research analysts and salespeople, in…

USEA’s Worthington says Keystone XL good for North American energy security

U.S. Energy Association Executive Director Barry Worthington applauds President Trump’s decision Friday to approve the long-awaited permit required to build the Keystone XL pipeline. In a statement issued Friday, Worthington said: “President Trump’s decision to approve the Keystone XL pipeline is good for North American energy security, economic growth, and…

Vepica and BASIC Equipment selected by Meridian Energy to study North Dakota refinery

Engineering studies will explore a high-conversion crude oil refinery to serve Bakken oil producers, local liquid fuels and chemicals markets Vepica, a multinational engineering firm specializing in the energy industry, and Houston-based BASIC Equipment today announced that they have been selected by Irvine, California’s Meridian Energy Group (Meridian) to perform…

Oil industry will rebound: It’s time for North America to act like an energy superpower

By Brad Wall, Premier of Saskatchewan The great British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli once observed that there’s no education like adversity. If that’s the case, the oil industry has done a lot of learning during the last few months, and so have governments that rely on the industry for investment,…