A sense of style

02/04/2002
This year, Oil & Gas Journal celebrates its centenary-100 years of giving readers the "truth and nothing but the truth without fear or favor of any individual, firm, or corporation." It's an accomplishment OGJ editors are proud of. And it reminds us of the seriousness of our jobs.This might be a good time to look at the product we produce each week, at what is immediately recognizable about it, and what is less obvious but equally important in distinguishing OGJ from other petroleum industry publications.The yellow bookFor starters, look at the cover of this issue: two photographs of industry activity, in this case the pipeline industry. These are framed in black, which has for severa...
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