Companies that employ operationally excellent information technology services have a distinct advantage over their competitors, even when market demand is down and credit is tight.
A manufacturer and provider of production field enhancement compressors has increased efficiency by implementing remote work order automation, real-time inventory management, equipment monitoring and GPS positioning.
In a continued effort to develop state of the art automation standards, River Consulting is working on a variety of pipeline expansion projects for Kinder Morgan.
Just about everyone, it seems, is lining up for their cut of the stimulus package billions – except of course the oil and gas sector.
Latin America has an abundance of land-based natural gas and oil reserves, with large amounts found in the Amazonian basin and Andean region.
Despite all the marketing “buzz words” from computer vendors, the true and lasting competitive advantage from information technology (IT) does not result from implementing the latest “gee whiz” technology or a “better mousetrap.”
In a continued effort to develop state of the art automation standards, River Consulting is working on a variety of pipeline expansion projects for Kinder Morgan, including automating stations and compressor units for the Rockies Express Pipeline.
In the six years we have published Q&A, we have interviewed utility and service company presidents, engineers, regulators, lawyers, consultants, specialists of every sort. But none of them was ever more important than Kenneth Frederick (Fred) Wrenn, Jr., a former executive with Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.
Unprecedented demand destruction and deferral, coupled with the economic downturn and record sales declines, are creating a challenging near- and mid-term operating environment for the electric power industry, according to research and consulting firm Wood Mackenzie.
Two longtime employees of Compressor Engineering Corporation (CECO) celebrated 50 years of service to the compressor industry with a dinner and reception in Ruston, Louisiana on Saturday, April 4.
Bill Arrant, Senior Engineering Consultant, and Art Black, retired Vice President of Manufacturing and Engineering for CECO, were honored by their customers and friends from CECO.