Posts Tagged ‘eagle ford’

Audio Interview: Gary Sernovitz on Fracking Personalities

Audio Interview: Gary Sernovitz on Fracking Personalities

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas

Note: I reviewed Gary Sernovitz’ book in September, and we did a phone interview back then, which I’ve now posted as an audio interview, Part I – on the big personalities in fracking. Part II – on environmental issues, will follow. I recommend listening to the audio version, but I’ve posted a transcript of our [&hellip

Book Review: The Green And The Black by Gary Sernovitz

Book Review: The Green And The Black by Gary Sernovitz

By The Banker | Book Reviews, Texas

I’m always on the lookout for people who can hold diametrically opposed views in their head simultaneously. Is that why I enjoy Claire Danes in Homeland so much?[1] Gary Sernovitz, the author of The Green and the Black, brings the perfect profile for diametrically opposed thoughts about the fracking boom, which is probably what we [&hellip

Rage Against the Machine - Oil & Gas News Coverage Version

Rage Against the Machine – Oil & Gas News Coverage Version

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Investing, Texas

Morning News Rant Do you find yourself eating your morning granola, hunched over the financial news, stopping in the middle of a paragraph, feeling your eyes glaze over as your BS-meter tilts red in 0.6 seconds, and then looking up at the window to start mumbling like a deranged person to yourself about the absurdity [&hellip

Interview Part II: Frack Jobs - Plentiful but Rough

Interview Part II: Frack Jobs – Plentiful but Rough

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas

In this interview Bryant talks about the difficulty of employing oilfield workers, who often look for trouble. Bryant:           Hello, my name is Bryant, and I presently work for a company that develops and operates frac-sand silo terminals in the Eagle-Ford shale. Bryant and I spoke about his views working on the fracking world in an [&hellip

Interview Part I: Fracking and Regrets

Interview Part I: Fracking and Regrets

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas

I had a conversation with a friend who ships trainloads of ‘frack-sand’ into the Eagle Ford shale in South Texas.  We talked about the Natural Gas Revolution, as well as the surprising and possibly regretful turn his life has taken, far from working in book publishing in Brooklyn.   Bryant:  Hello, my name is Bryant, [&hellip