Industry Links


The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) is a trade organization that advocates regulatory and legislative positions of importance to the natural gas pipeline industry in North America. INGAA represents virtually all of the interstate natural gas transmission pipeline companies operating in the U.S., as well as comparable companies in Canada and Mexico. Its members transport over 95 percent of the nation’s natural gas through a network of 200,000 miles of pipelines. The interstate natural gas pipeline industry has two principal federal regulators: the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is responsible for the economic regulation of pipelines, while the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Office of Pipeline Safety oversees the industry’s safety efforts. (Website Link)

The Association of Oil Pipe Lines is a trade association for America’s liquid pipelines which transport crude oil and petroleum products, including all grades of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, home heating oil, kerosene, propane, and biofuels as well as carbon dioxide which provides information on oil pipelines including their operational, safety and environmental record. (Website Link)

The Journal of Pipeline Engineering (incorporating the Journal of Pipeline Integrity) is an independent, international, quarterly journal, devoted to all aspects of engineering for oil, gas, and products pipelines. (Website Link)


​National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) is a trade association whose mission is to secure reliable access and a fair regulatory and economic environment for the companies that develop the nation’s offshore energy resources in an environmentally responsible manner. NOIA members include producers of oil and natural gas, renewable energy, contractors, marine engineers, service and supply companies and others with an interest in producing energy from the nation’s outer continental shelf. (Website Link)

International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) is a trade organization dedicated to enhancing the interests of the oil-and-gas and geothermal drilling and completion industry worldwide. IADC members are involved in oil and gas exploration, drilling or production, well servicing, oilfield manufacturing or other rig-site services. IADC’s mission is to improve industry health, safety and environmental practices; advance drilling and completion technology; and champion responsible standards, practices, legislation and regulations that provide for safe, efficient and environmentally sound drilling operations worldwide. IADC continually fosters education and communication within the upstream petroleum industry. (Website Link)

Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is the largest individual-member professional association of managers, engineers, scientists and other professionals worldwide in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry. SPE is a key resource for technical knowledge related to the oil and gas exploration and production industry and provides services through publications, events, training courses. SPE periodicals include: Journal of Petroleum Technology, Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, SPE Drilling & Completion, SPE Economics & Management, SPE Journal, SPE Production & Operations, SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering, SPE Projects, Facilities & Construction, and The Way Ahead. SPE technical resources include: Monograph Series, Petroleum Engineering Handbook. SPE technical papers can be found in the link here (Wesbite Link). SPE’s energy education website is here (Website Link). Home page link (Website Link)

Oilsands Review is a publication of stories, statistics, and information covering the unconventional oil industry. (Website Link)

Oilweek covers the Canadian upstream oil and gas activity, reporting statistics and about innovations and technologies. (Website Link)

Offshore Magazine, published by The PennWell Petroleum Group, provides articles on the offshore industry including oil and gas industry news, economic events, offshore technology, and products and services. (Website Link)

Unconventional Gas Center is an online resource published by Hart Energy covering every major unconventional oil and gas play – worldwide.  And provides in-depth field data, economic analyses, breaking news, detailed regional maps, profiles of operating companies, A & D transaction reports, and new discoveries. (Website Link)

​​Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) represents companies that explore for, develop and produce natural gas and crude oil throughout Canada. And produce more than 90 per cent of Canada’s natural gas and crude oil. CAPP’s associate members provide a wide range of services that support the upstream crude oil and natural gas industry. (Website Link)

The Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) is a national association representing independent crude oil and natural gas explorer/producers which develop 95 percent of domestic oil and gas wells, produce 68 percent of domestic oil and produce 82 percent of domestic natural gas in the United States and operates in close cooperation with 44 unaffiliated independent national, state and regional associations, which together represent thousands of royalty owners and the companies which provide services and supplies to the domestic industry. INGAA is dedicated to ensuring a strong, viable domestic oil and natural gas industry, recognizing that an adequate and secure supply of energy is essential to the national economy. (Website Link)

Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) represents major integrated and large independent domestic producers of natural gas. The companies that comprise our membership produce roughly thirty percent of U.S. natural gas supply. NGSA’s mission is to ensure a competitive natural gas market that is supported by appropriate regulations. Through various legislative and regulatory policy initiatives, NGSA seeks to maintain competitive markets, improve downstream efficiencies and to foster increased supply to U.S. markets. NGSA also supports a balanced energy future, one which ensures a level playing field for all market participants and eliminates inappropriate regulatory barriers to supply. (Website Link)


​LPG Almanac is an ongoing study/database, divided into five volumes geographically, providing a data sheet on every plant in the US and Canada handling or producing natural gas liquids. Each data sheet describes the plant in terms of history, processes, capacity, location, logistics (including pipeline, rail and truck connections), ownership and contact details. For gas processing plants and oil refineries the data sheets provide four years’ historical gas throughput and NGL/LPG production. The LPG Almanac is updated annually. The publication is sold on a subscription basis that includes updates throughout the year. (Website Link)

​NGL Supply Yearbook is an annual study / series of Excel spreadsheets providing an analysis of the prior year’s natural gas liquids production. The following are provided: liquids production by product analyzed by state and province with totals for both gas producing plants and oil refineries. For each state and province an analysis of the prior year’s liquids production by product for gas processing plants, oil refineries and fractionators of external NGL mix. Comparisons with prior year’s data. Ranking of the largest plants by liquids output for the US and Canada with prior years included for comparison. NGL US price data and analysis. NGL US trade data. (Website Link)

Midstream Business is a periodical on the midstream sector published by Hart Energy and includes archived content from Gas Processors Report and Pipeline and Gas Technology magazine. (Website Link)

The Gas Processors Association (GPA), is a national trade association for the midstream industry. Midstream operations include gathering, compression, treating, processing, marketing and storage of natural gas, as well as fractionation, transportation, storage and marketing of natural gas liquids. (Website Link)

Hart Energy’s MIDSTREAM BUSINESS is an information and data resource for the oil and gas operating, distribution, gathering, processing, transportation, storage and LNG sectors. The magazine, website and weekly Midstream Monitor newsletter provide insights into ways to achieve objectives more efficiently, safely and profitably and market trends. (Website Link)

Alerian is an independent provider of Master Limited Partnership (MLP) and energy infrastructure market intelligence. Its benchmarks, including the flagship Alerian MLP Index (AMZ), are widely used by industry executives, investment professionals, research analysts, and national media to analyze relative performance. (Website Link)

The Master Limited Partnership Association is a trade association devoted to promoting the welfare of publicly traded partnerships (commonly known as master limited partnerships or MLPs). MLPA is the only national association representing the MLP industry as such (as opposed to other associations MLPs may belong to which represent them as oil pipelines, gas pipelines, producers, etc.). (Website Link)

Downstream / Refining & Hydrocarbon Processing

American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (NPRA), is a national trade association representing virtually all U.S. refiners and petrochemical manufacturers. (Website Link)

Hydrocarbon Processing, published by Gulf Publishing Company, covers technological advances, processes and optimization developments from throughout the global Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (HPI) providing real-world case studies and practical information. (Website Link)

Downstream Business published by Hart Energy provides comprehensive and interactive networking and information portal for in-depth news and analysis about technologies, trends, markets, legislative polices and more in the refining and fuels industries. (Website Link)

​Oil Express published by OPIS, covers the US independent petroleum marketing industry providing information on marketers, suppliers, the impacts of re-branding, expansion options, fuel regulations, actions and strategies against aggressive pricers and below-cost sales and the latest changes in image, credit card and promotion programs of all suppliers. (Website Link)

The Defense Logistics Agency is America’s combat logistics support agency responsible for sourcing and providing nearly every consumable item used by our military forces worldwide. DLA Energy is a primary level field activity of DLA responsible for providing the Department of Defense and other government agencies with comprehensive energy solutions in the most effective and efficient manner possible. Its products and services offer a large array of energy related needs for the Federal Government and DLA facilitates the cycle of storage and deployment of fuels and other energy sources. (Website Link)

The National Oil Recyclers Association (NORA) is a trade association representing companies in the liquid recycling industry in the following area: used oil, anti-freeze, oil filters & absorbents, parts cleaning, waste water and chemicals with the primary mission of fighting the hazardous waste designation of used oil and aided in the development of the EPA’s used oil management standards. (Website Link)

The Petroleum Marketers Association of America (PMAA) is a federation of 48 state and regional trade associations representing independent petroleum marketing companies nationwide who represent wholesaler and retailers of gasoline, diesel, heating oil, lubricants and renewable fuels. PMAA marketers own 60,000 retail fuel outlets such as gas stations, convenience stores and truck stops.  Additionally, these companies supply motor fuels to 40,000 independently owned retail outlets and heating oil to seven million homes and businesses. They sell their product under either their own private brand or the trademark of their supplier. The majority of PMAA marketers are small businesses serving homes, farms, business and industry. (Website Link)

Specialty Products

Lubricants Industry Sourcebook from LNG Publishing Co., Inc., includes U.S. and Canadian suppliers of lubricants and greases, base stocks, additives, lubricant packaging, and related products and services. (Website Link)

Lubes’n’Greases from LNG Publishing Co., Inc., is a monthly magazine for and about the global lubricants industry covering automotive and industrial lubricants, metalworking fluids, greases, base stocks, additives, packaging, biodegradable and synthetic products, companies, people, issues and trends affecting the industry. (Website Link)

Argus Base Oils captures the full spectrum of the base oils trade in the international market.  Argus Base Oils provides weekly base oils spot prices, posted prices, and market analysis for all the key markets globally as well as valuable price analytics information on base oil premiums to VGO, crude, and gasoil. The publication offers an overview of the week’s market activities, as well as detailed base oil price assessments and analysis for each of the main markets, including Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Europe, the US and the former Soviet Union.  (Website Link)

The Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA) is a trade association representing independent lubricant manufacturing and marketing companies that produce and market lubricants, own and operate a lubricant storage facility and maintain a finished product inventory or utilize a toll blenders. (Website Link)

The National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) is a trade association whose membership is diverse, representing the full spectrum of our industry: hydraulic and pneumatic; large and small; supplier, distributor, educator, customer and manufacturer. NFPA provides a forum for the fluid power industry’s manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, customers and educators. Its U.S. and multinational members work cooperatively in advancing hydraulic and pneumatic technology through the association’s many programs and initiatives. NCFP provides an international forum for the exchange of technical papers applying to the fluid power and related industries. (Website Link)

The National Lubricating Grease Institute (NLGI) is an international trade association, representing manufacturers and companies who serve them with equipment, supplies, and services. The objectives of NLGI are to disseminate information that can lead to the development of better lubricating greases for the consumer and to provide better grease lubrication engineering service to the industry. (Website Link)

Specialty Chemicals

The European Chemical Industry Council or Cefic is the main European trade association for the chemical industry. It was founded in 1959, and its history follows through the creation of the European Union. ‘Specialty Chemicals’ represents, within Cefic, over 50 sectors of the European fine and consumer chemicals industry. (Website Link)

IHS Markit is a worldwide management consulting firm which provides critical information, analytics and solutions for the major industries and markets that drive economies worldwide concerning market volatility, regulatory pressures, geopolitical risk and shifting end-user demand. It leverages data on economic and country risk, hydrocarbon and raw materials developments, supply- and distribution-chain management and environmental compliance. (Website Link)

Frost & Sullivan is a global research and consulting organization oriented toward transformational growth strategies by focusing on innovation opportunities driven by disruptive technologies, mega trends, emerging markets and new business models. Their approach helps companies innovate, not only to survive, but thrive in the future. Its understanding of the interplay between industry convergence, mega trends, technologies and market trends provides its clients with new business models and expansion opportunities. (Website Link)

ChemViews is a magazine of ChemPubSoc Europe, an organization of 16 continental European chemical societies. It was founded in the late 1990s. The amalgamation of 15 chemical journals owned by national chemical societies resulted in the formation of 13 high-quality European journals. (Website Link)

The ChemQuest Group, Inc., A management consulting firm established in 1976, with focus and expertise specific to the Specialty Chemicals markets, and an array of offerings and global reach. (Website Link)

Kline is the top management consulting firm serving the Chemicals industry globally with a dedicated Chemicals team well versed in critical business issues affecting clients in commodity, specialty and fine chemicals, plastics and polymers, and petrochemicals. Kline has deep expertise across multiple industries related to chemicals – personal care, health and nutrition, building and construction, packaging materials, microelectronic devices, paints, coatings and adhesives, and a host of others and critical understanding of the entire value chain helps Kline add value. (Website Link)

Technavio is a leading market research company with global coverage who’s research and analysis focuses on emerging market trends to identify market opportunities and develop effective strategies to optimize market positions. Technavio models the market trends using a mix of quantitative and qualitative tools in its proprietary research methodologies. Technavio’s market research reports on the chemicals and materials industry identifies the important growth drivers, latest trends, as well as the eminent challenges that this sector is currently experiencing. It covers topics such as additives, adhesives, and sealants, agrochemicals and fertilizers, bio-chemicals and materials, chemical engineering equipment, glass and ceramics, industrial gases, metals and minerals, olefins, paints, coatings, and pigments, plastics, polymers, and elastomers, specialty chemicals, and textile, fiber, and composites. (Website Link)

Educational portals of The Adhesive and Sealant Council dedicated to engineers, designers, architects and others who wish to understand the benefits and advantages adhesives and sealants bring to modern product design and assembly. The Adhesive and Sealant Council provides career education, innovation collaboration, community knowledge sharing and a unified industry voice. (Website Link)

Adhesives Magazine is published by Adhesives & Sealants Industry offers useful information targeted to global manufacturers, formulators, and end users of adhesives and sealants, pressure sensitive and other adhesive/sealant products. ASI presents real-world solutions to processing, manufacturing and application problems, and covers key issues such as environmental regulation, legislative concerns and global trade. (Website Link)

ICIS is the world’s largest petrochemical market information provider and has fast-growing energy and fertilizer divisions. Its aim is to give companies in global commodities markets a competitive advantage by delivering trusted pricing data, high-value news, analysis and independent consulting, enabling its customers to make better-informed trading and planning decisions. ICIS has deep experience in providing pricing information, news, analysis and consulting to buyers, sellers and analysts. (Website Link)

Chemical & Engineering News a weekly magazine published by the American Chemical Society of selected articles from this journal cover all aspects of chemistry and the industry. (Website Link)

Chemical Week provides chemical industry news, publications, mailing lists and news groups. (Website Link)

ACIL (The American Council of Independent Laboratories). (Website Link)

Adhesive & Sealant Council. (Website Link)

Adhesives Advisory Committee, Society of Manufacturing Engineers. (Website Link)

Adhesives and Sealants Manufacturers Association of Canada. (Website Link)

Air & Waste Management Association. (Website Link)

American Academy of Environmental Engineers. (Website Link)

American Ceramic Society. (Website Link)

American Forest and Paper Institute. (Website Link)

American Home Furnishing Alliance. (Website Link)

American Institute of Chemical Engineers. (Website Link)

American Institute of Chemists. (Website Link)

American National Standards Institute. (Website Link)

American Society for Nondestructive Testing. (Website Link)

American Society for Quality. (Website Link)

American Society for Testing & Materials. (Website Link)

American Society for Testing & Materials Standard, Testing Labs. (Website Link)

American Society of Civil Engineers. (Website Link)

American Society of Mechanical Engineers. (Website Link)

American Society of Safety Engineers. (Website Link)

The Association for Manufacturing Technology. (Website Link)

APA – The Engineered Wood Association. (Website Link)

ASM International. (Website Link)

European Association for the Self Adhesive Tape Industry. (Website Link)

Association for Facilities Engineering. (Website Link)

Association of Consulting Chemists & Chemical, Engineers (ACC&CE), The Chemists Club. (Website Link)

Association of Energy Engineers. (Website Link)

Association of Industrial Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators. (Website Link)

Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry. (Website Link)

Blue Ridge Rubber Group, Inc. (Website Link)

British Adhesives and Sealants Association. (Website Link)

CECON Group, Inc., (Science and Engineering Consulting). (Website Link)

Center for Adhesive and Sealant Science, (CASS) Virginia Tech. (Website Link)

Chemical Fabrics & Film Association, Inc. (Website Link)

American Chemistry Council. Web Address: (Website Link)

Chicago Rubber Group, Inc. (Website Link)

Chlorine Institute. (Website Link)

Committee C-24 on Building Seals and Sealants, ASTM. (Website Link)

Committee D-14 on Adhesives, ASTM. (Website Link)

Composite Can and Tube Institute (CCTI). (Website Link)

Composite Panel Association. (Website Link)

Emulsion Polymers Institute, Lehigh University. (Website Link)

American Coatings Association. (Website Link)

FEICA Association of European Adhesives Manufacturers. (Website Link)

Foam Fabricating and Polyurethane Manufacturers. (Website Link)

Forest Products Society. (Website Link)

GIPEA – Italian Self-Adhesive Roll Label Converters. (Website Link)

GMI Engineering and Management Institute. (Website Link)

Gordon Research Conferences, Annual Adhesion Program. (Website Link)

Halogenated Solvents Industry Alliance, Inc. (Website Link)

Hardwood Plywood and Veneer Association. (Website Link)

IChemE. (Website Link)

INDA, Association of the Non-Woven Fabrics Industry. (Website Link)

Industrial Fabrics Association International. (Website Link)

Industrial Quick Search. (Website Link)

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. (Website Link)

Institute of Industrial Engineers. (Website Link)

Institute of Materials Science. (Website Link)

Institute of Packaging Professionals. (Website Link)

Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (Website Link)

Instrument Society of America. (Website Link)

Kettering University. (Website Link)

Materials Handling & Management Society, Materials Handling Institute. (Website Link)

Materials Research Society. (Website Link)

Minerals, Metals & Materials Society. (Website Link)

National Electrical Manufacturers Association. (Website Link)

National Fire Protection Association. (Website Link)

National Paint and Coatings Association. (Website Link)

National Paperbox Association. (Website Link)

National Society of Professional Engineers. (Website Link)

Tire Industry Association. (Website Link)

Commercial Vehicle Solution Network. (Website Link)

North American Thermal Analysis Society. (Website Link)

Plastics Molders and Manufacturers Group of SME, (PMMG/SME). (Website Link)

PolymerOhio. (Website Link)

Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers. (Website Link)

Polyurethane Manufacturers Association. (Website Link)

Powder Coating Institute. (Website Link)

Pressure Sensitive Tape Council. (Website Link)

Robotics International Society of Manufacturing Engineers. (Website Link)

Rubber Division, A.C.S.  (Website Link)

Rubber Manufacturers Association, Inc. (Website Link)

Society of Automotive Engineers, Public Affairs and SAE Foundation Div. (Website Link)

Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME). (Website Link)

Society of Plastics Engineers, Inc. (Website Link)

Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc. (Website Link)

Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers, Association. (Website Link)

TAPPI Polymers, Laminations and Coatings Division. (Website Link)

Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry. (Website Link)

The Adhesion Society, Inc. (Website Link)

The Society of Plastics Industry. (Website Link)

Tile Council of America Inc. (Website Link)

Tire Industry Association. (Website Link)

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (Website Link)

Oilfield Service & Equipment

​Daily Oil Bulletin provides insight, intelligence and analysis of Canada’s oil and gas industry. (Website Link)

Oil, Gas & Petrochem Equipment, published by The PennWell Petroleum Group, provides information on the newest equipment, products, systems, and services for upstream, midstream, and operations. (Website Link)

Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC).represents the petroleum service, supply and manufacturing sector of Canada consisting of businesses that provide the specialized equipment and skills needed for drilling, testing, producing, maintaining and reclaiming crude oil and natural gas wells often involving the development and use of highly advanced technology. (Website Link)

Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (CAODC) represents the contract drilling and service rig industry in Canada providing a coordinating resource for Canada’s drilling and service rig contractors and cooperation on issues that encourage stronger, safer and more efficient operations across the sector. As a unified industry voice, CAODC also offers a ready means of contact and cooperation for federal and provincial governments, municipal authorities and others in matters relating to the oil and gas drilling and well servicing activities. (Website Link)

Oil & Gas Finance / Capital Markets & Credit

​Moody’s Investors Service, Inc. provides credit benchmarks, research, data and analytics. (Website Link)

Standard & Poor’s provides credit benchmarks, research, data and analytics. (Website Link)

​Fitch Ratings provides credit benchmarks, research, data and analytics. (Website Link)

​Leveraged Commentary & Data, a unit of Standard & Poor’s provides leveraged finance news and analysis. (Website Link)

Oil & Gas Financial Journal, published by The PennWell Petroleum Group, provides information about the most important financial developments of oil exploration, oil and gas investing, international and regional oil and gas matter. (Website Link)

Oil and Gas Investor, published by Hart Energy, provides information about exploration and business opportunities, finding/raising capital, merger and acquisition strategies, managing risk, building shareholder value, actionable market intelligence for acquiring or divesting oil and gas assets; focuses on the companies and deal-makers, the financiers and E&P executives who shape this industry; spotlights important exploration and production activity, complete with well summaries and maps for both U.S. and international fields and emphasizes the economics for North American independents, from shale plays to tight gas to deep water. (Website Link)

The Deal is an intelligence service created to fill the gap of mainstream media seriously lacking a deep focus on the thousands of transactions driving the economy. It is a first-class newsroom focused solely on the cross-section of mergers and acquisitions and all other changes in corporate control. The Deal reports on the news, people and tactics surrounding what it refers to as “the deal economy”, a set of interrelated deal activities driving corporate growth in a continually changing global market. (Website Link)

Alternative Energy

​2011 Strategic Directions in the Electric Utility Industryby Black & Veatch, a leading consulting, engineering and construction company, is a survey capturing the changing electric utility trends in the United States for half a decade. The 2011 survey explores traditional utility-focused questions regarding operations and regulations, in addition to asking about the timing of emerging technologies and their respective impacts on the industry. (Website Link)

Energy Statistics / Markets / News

​The American Petroleum Institute (API) is a national trade association that represents all aspects of America’s oil and natural gas industry including producers, refiners, suppliers, pipeline operators and marine transporters, as well as service and supply companies that support all segments of the industry. Its focus is primarily domestic, however, it has recently expanded to include a growing international dimension. (Website Link)

The Oil & Gas Journal, published by The PennWell Petroleum Group, provides international oil and gas news, analysis of issues and events, practical technology for design, operation and maintenance, and important statistics on international markets and activity. (Website Link)

Energy Information Administration of the United States DOE provides energy statistics and analysis. (Website Link)

The Canadian Energy Research Institute is an independent, not-for-profit research establishment created through a partnership of industry, academia, and government to provide relevant, independent, objective economic research in energy and related environmental issues. CERI bridges scholarship and policy, combining the insights of scientific research, economic analysis, and practical experience to broaden the knowledge of researchers in areas related to energy, the economy, and the environment. (Website Link)

Energy Compass published by Energy Intelligence charts the impact of risk in the global energy industry, focuses on the new dynamics at play in the oil and gas industry – producer power, global geopolitics and emerging markets – and their influence on all aspects of decision-making, from upstream access to risk assessment and oil prices in five key areas: power shifting from the majors to NOCs and from the OECD countries to the emerging economic powers, challenges of upstream access and supply, demand centers moving from Western to Asian countries, geopolitical risk influencing everything from exploration to oil prices and intensifying conflicts in the Middle East and elsewhere. (Website Link)

International Energy Agency (IEA) is an autonomous organization providing authoritative and unbiased research, statistics, analysis and recommendations on the worldwide oil & gas markets with four main areas of focus: energy security (promoting diversity, efficiency and flexibility within all energy sectors), economic development (ensuring the stable supply of energy to IEA member countries and promoting free markets to foster economic growth and eliminate energy poverty) environmental awareness (enhancing international knowledge of options for tackling climate change) and engagement worldwide (working closely with non-member countries to find solutions to shared energy and environmental concerns). (Website Link)

Petroleum Intelligence Weekly published by Energy Intelligence is a weekly news letter offering a concise analysis about the most significant developments in the industry and explains the implications for specific sectors and the global energy business. (Website Link)

Oil Daily published by Energy Intelligence is a daily news letter providing coverage of relevant news, transactions, and market developments in the global energy industry focusing on North and South America and offers analyses of worldwide upstream and downstream developments, assessments of key market trends and prices, news on mergers and acquisitions, people movements, and geopolitical events. (Website Link)

International Oil Daily published by Energy Intelligence is a daily news letter covers the entire global industry providing coverage of relevant news, transactions, and market developments in the global energy industry and offers analyses of worldwide upstream and downstream developments, assessments of key market trends and prices, news on mergers and acquisitions, people movements, and geopolitical events. (Website Link)

Natural Gas Week published by Energy Intelligence provides in-depth analysis of industry developments with reports covering everything from price movements, to mergers and acquisitions, to an accounting of proven reserves and investment decisions. (Website Link)

World Gas Intelligence published by Energy Intelligence focuses on the cross-border trade in natural gas, both as LNG and by pipeline, and as an evolving mix of the two with coverage including articles on corporate strategies, industry trends, new ventures, political insights and implications, industry infrastructure, legal and fiscal changes, seasonal variations, and country purchasing decisions, investigations of gas market strategies, arbitrages, shifts in LNG cargo trade, and shipping routes, analysis of the power sector, including its interrelation with the gas sector, covering everything from deregulation to strategy decisions and long-term forecasts. (Website Link)


​U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) addresses America’s energy, environmental, and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions through four goals: Transform our Energy Systems (catalyze the timely, material, and efficient transformation of the nation’s energy system and secure U.S. leadership in clean energy technologies); The Science and Engineering Enterprise (maintain a vibrant U.S. effort in science and engineering as a cornerstone of our economic prosperity, with clear leadership in strategic areas); Secure Our Nation (enhance nuclear security through defense, nonproliferation, and environmental efforts) and Management and Operational Excellence (establish an operational and adaptable framework that combines the best wisdom of all Department stakeholders to maximize mission success). (Website Link)

U.S. Department of Transportation-Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS) The Office of Pipeline Safety is the Federal safety authority for ensuring the safe, reliable, and environmentally sound operation of the Nation’s pipeline transportation system. The DOT’s Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA), acting through the OPS, administers the Department’s national regulatory program to assure the safe transportation of natural gas, petroleum, and other hazardous materials by pipeline. OPS develop regulations and other approaches to risk management to assure safety in design, construction, testing, operation, maintenance, and emergency response of pipeline facilities. (Website Link)

U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) provides materials including news, statistics, legislation and regulation, an online library, contracts and procurement, safety issues, science, and engineering. (Website Link)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency provides extensive resources in environment-related information, including news, legislation, test methods, and data. (Website Link)

National Safety Council. (Website Link)

National Institute of Standards and Technology. (Website Link)