The Michels family celebrates the company’s 50th Anniversary at a reception and dinner near the company headquarters in Brownsville, WI.
A recent study by the Gas Technology Institute reports the increased “direct use” of natural gas in homes and businesses will reduce energy consumption, consumer energy costs and national CO2 emissions.
Energy Control Systems, Inc. (ECSI) says it has developed and has applied for a patent for a new service riser designed to identify and vent leaking fuel gas.
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.
While big trenchless pipeline installation projects often receive the majority of the attention in the natural gas industry, sometimes smaller trenchless projects play an important role in maintaining the flow and storage of natural gas and deserve their due.
In October 2008, the Peruvian government announced that Kuntur Transportadora de Gas had been awarded a contract to build and operate a 675-mile natural gas pipeline that will extend from the Camisea gas field in the Amazon jungle to the south Pacific coast of Peru.
A new program is being rolled out in Texas to promote the image of natural gas as environmentally friendly and healthy for U.S. national security, in hopes of boosting its popularity with consumers and policymakers.
April Newsreel: News on Alaskan Pipeline, Independent Gas Alliance, Probe in Fatal Explosion, and More
Northern Natural Gas has tapped Flow-Cal’s Enterprise Application Suite to simplify measurement operations on its natural gas pipeline that extends from the Permian Basin in Texas to the upper Midwest.
GE Oil & Gas’ PII Pipeline Solutions group has helped National Grid USA complete a challenging inspection of a decades-old natural gas pipeline below New York City.