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From Recycled Magnets to Polymers, New Materials Take off in San Marcos, Texas

Michele Nash-Hoff | Apr 19, 2018
Monday, April 23, 2018

A tour of manufacturing in and around Texas State University highlights product innovation born from research During a visit to San Marcos, Texas, last month, I visited four diverse manufacturers, both in size and product type. Three of the four are developing products using new materials—examples of the spillover of technology research related to the Materials Science, Engineering and Commercialization (MSEC) program at Texas State University.

Here is a look at where we visited, who we talked with and the exciting mix of technology and manufacturing we saw, from recycled rare earth m . . .


Oil Explorers Lift Rig Count to 800 for First Time Since 2015

By March 2, 2018, 12:08 PM CST Updated on March 2, 2018, 12:33 PM CST
Monday, March 5, 2018

U.S. oil explorers raised the rig count to 800 for the first time in almost three years amid booming domestic and overseas demand for crude and petroleum-based fuels.

Drillers have been accelerating exploration in an almost-unbroken streak since the beginning of November, vaulting American crude output to a record of more than 10 million barrels a day. The unrelenting pace of expansion signals even bigger production jumps yet to come, even as concerns about excess supplies recently weighed on oil prices.


Oil Gains Most in Two Weeks as Storage in Key Hub Seen Shrinking

by Bloomberg Jessica Summers | Monday, March 05, 2018
Monday, March 5, 2018

(Bloomberg) -- Crude rose the most in two weeks as stockpiles at the largest U.S. storage hub are seen draining further.

Futures gained 2.2 percent Monday after data-provider Genscape Inc. was said to report that inventories dropped in Cushing, Oklahoma, according to two people with knowledge of the report. Tanks there are already at the lowest level since 2014, following 10 straight weeks of decline. Signals that the American economy is booming are also supporting crude prices.

Draws at Cushing will continue, said Bob Yawger, director of futures at Mizuho Securities USA Inc. i . . .


Congratulations Kevin Harvick on win #100

KEVIN HARVICK – 2018 LAS VEGAS I RACE REPORT
Monday, March 5, 2018

Event: Las Vegas 400 (Round 3 of 36) Series: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Location: Las Vegas Motor Speedway (1.5-mile oval) Format: 267 laps, broken into three stages (80 laps/80 laps/107 laps) Start/Finish: 2nd/1st (Running, completed 267 of 267 laps) Point Standing: 1st (135 points, three ahead of second place)

Race Winner: Kevin Harvick of Stewart-Haas Racing (Ford) Stage 1 Winner: Kevin Harvick of Stewart-Haas Racing (Ford) Stage 2 Winner: Kevin Harvick of Stewart-Haas Racing (Ford)

Stage 1 Recap (Laps 1- . . .


US Oil Production Increases With Fewer Workers, Rigs.

By Collin Eaton Updated 10:28 pm, Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Wednesday, January 3, 2018

U.S. oil production surged to a 46-year record in October.

The Energy Department said the nation's output of crude oil jumped 1.8 percent to 9.64 million barrels a day. Morgan Stanley said shale drillers pumped at the fastest rate in nearly three years.

And they did it with half the rigs they had in the boom times. In Texas, production has surged even though companies have only replaced a third of the workers they cut in the oil downturn.

The Energy Department expects U.S. oil production to reach a new all-time record next year. But there's still no reason yet for the r . . .


All That New Shale Oil May Not Be Enough as Big Discoveries Drop

Bloomberg | Dec 27, 2017
Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Three years after causing an oil-price crash, the shale boom may not be enough to meet rising global demand because the industry has cut back so sharply on higher-risk mega-projects.

Discoveries of new reserves this year were the fewest on record and replaced just 11% of what was produced, according to a Dec. 21 report by consultant Rystad Energy. While shale wells are creating a glut now, without more investment in bigger, conventional supply, the world may see output deficits as soon as 2019, according to Canadian producer Suncor Energy Inc.

“Tight rock is not going to solve . . .


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