How an institution responds to the turn of a millennium

"The Oil and Gas Journal...[will try] to represent fairly and consistently each and every interest involved in the oil and gas the presentation of all the material facts of development and intelligent progress of a great and international business." - OGJ, June 16, 1910. Click here to enlarge imageSo a 98-year-old institution dedicated to a mature industry arrives at the turn of a millennium, when the mood favors change and popular preference defaults to anything new. How does the institution respond?Oil & Gas Journal responds by welcoming the future, heeding the past, and changing where change makes sense.In a rapidly moving business world, it's nice to have a past to h...

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