June 2017, Vol. 244, No. 6

Editor's Notebook

The More Things Change, the More They Remain the Same

I’m staring at the bare walls of my office, bereft of my autographed photos of Mickey Mantle, Muhammad Ali, Simon & Garfunkel, Ronald & Nancy Reagan, Al Capone, and my most treasured piece, a personally signed photo of Jennifer Aniston. We’re getting ready for the Big Move. As you know, Ollie Klinger sold the company along with its rich legacy to Gulf Publishing Co. Oildom was a family-owned New Jersey-based energy publishing company begun by his Ollie’s grandfather in 1908. Through the years the company largely focused on pipeline construction until Ollie III bought Pipeline & Gas Journal in a bankruptcy proceeding in 1991. The Oildom entity that was ultimately sold to Gulf in

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