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A decade ago the industry was looking bleak by many standards and the talk was spreading of reaching peak oil.
Fast-forward to today, and Jerry James, president of Artex Oil Company, is at the forefront of an American revolution of natural gas that’s taking the world by storm.
On today’s episode, Jerry James and Phil discuss how technology has turned the East Coast into a huge player for the Shale Crescent and what’s coming next for the industry.
Here are some of the things you can look forward to in this episode:
• Which states collectively make-up 30 percent of the country’s natural gas supply
• Why natural gas is such a hot topic these days
• What global industries are moving into the Shale Crescent
• Find out how profit margin actually works in the oil and gas industry
Listen now to get the inside scoop on the hottest destination spot for companies worldwide.
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Jerry resides in Marietta, Ohio. He holds a degree in Petroleum Engineering and has served as President of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association (OOGA) and chairman of the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP).
In addition, he is a Registered Professional Engineer in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania and a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, and Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers.
Jerry has served as President of Artex Oil Company since 1995. Prior to assuming his current role, he held positions with various major oil companies in Texas, Louisiana, and Wyoming and served as a petroleum engineering consultant for James Engineering, Inc. based in Ohio.
Jerry is a founder and vice-chairmen of Shale Crescent USA. an economic initiative to bring manufacturing jobs to the OH, WV, and PA region.