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Qarnain Foda

Contributor since: 11 Jul 2016

Qarnain Foda

Qarnain Foda is the co-founder of the energy analytics blog enernomics.org. With a background in oil field services, he specializes in economic analysis of the oil and gas industry.

Latest articles from Qarnain

  • Argentina’s Shale Industry Makes Progress, But No Boom Yet

    Published 31 August 2016 | viewed 7,981 times

    Argentina is advancing in its mission to become the largest shale oil and gas producer outside of North America. But well economics still challenge the…

  • Can Mexico Reverse Its Steep Output Decline?

    Published 09 August 2016 | viewed 30,261 times

    The petroleum industry in Mexico dates back over a century to 1901 where the commercial production of crude oil began. Since then, both Great-Britain and…

  • Geothermal Making Breakthroughs Using Oil Drilling Tech

    Published 28 July 2016 | viewed 41,613 times

    Oil and gas companies have earned a bad reputation through their drilling practices, yet their advances in drilling technology that have made possible the extraction…

  • Shale Drilling Set To Take Off In Argentina

    Published 21 July 2016 | viewed 29,252 times

    Argentina has exceptional hydrocarbon reserves, but politics has greatly affected its development. The economy in Argentina is best described as a “pendulum”, going from loose…

  • The Fracking Evolution: Better, Safer, Stronger

    Published 11 July 2016 | viewed 20,259 times

    About two-thirds of U.S. natural gas production and about half of U.S. oil production currently comes from hydraulically fractured wells. Fracking is an essential process…

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