Bob’s Blog – Interview with Ken Honeyman Like every arm’s length transaction, that of a private equity resource intends for the deal to provide more value than cost. As the name implies, most private equity folks intend Read More » November 19, 2020 No Comments Bob’s Blog – Consolidated Oil & Gas, Inc. Several large entities are consolidating in the Permian, and in the industry generally. Pundits have implied there are a dozen or so more targets. We are in for a realignment Read More » November 5, 2020 No Comments Bob’s Blog – Interview with Anthony M. Bazzini I had the pleasure recently of zooming with Tony Bazzini. In addition to being a high school classmate, Tony is the Chief Project Management Engineer for ExxonMobil’s Global Projects Company, Read More » October 15, 2020 No Comments Bob’s Blog – Rollin’ Rollin’ Rollin’ Ford’s Model T, introduced in 1908, was simple, sturdy and relatively inexpensive–but not inexpensive enough for Ford, who was determined to build “motor car[s] for the great multitude.” On December Read More » October 1, 2020 No Comments Bob’s Blog – The Market Abhors a Vacuum The market abhors a vacuum. How will you put your assets to work in this market? The principles of economics appear in the strangest of places. In chemistry, in biology, Read More » September 24, 2020 No Comments Bob’s Blog – Discretionary Spending For the week ending September 4 2020, according to the Energy Information Administration (eia.gov) the natural gas futures price was $2.588/MMBtu. For the corresponding week, a year earlier, the same Read More » September 17, 2020 No Comments Questions? Comments? Ask Bob!