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02/03/2003
"Where do you get the material you publish?"In 21 years as an Oil & Gas Journal editor, I have heard that question often.Answers may vary by editor and by the part of the magazine for which he or she works.But trying to provide some answers here will allow me to pick up a favorite theme covered last year in this space (OGJ, Feb. 4, 2002, p. 17): How Oil & Gas Journal is distinctive and respected.Nothing but the newsOGJ is first and foremost a news organization serving operating oil and gas companies. From inception in 1902, that's been its mission. And for many years, even decades, weekly news was sufficient. Then came CNN and the internet.So, in 2000, OGJ unveiled its upgraded and ex...
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