Oil and Gas Data Exchange and Workflow Provider Recognized for Software Development Leadership
Denver and Houston (PRWEB) April 29, 2014 - Oildex, the innovator of smart information management solutions for the oil and gas industry, is pleased to announce the Denver Business Journal recognized Oildex as one of the top software development companies in the Denver-area.…Continue
Added by Oildex on April 29, 2014 at 8:41am — No Comments
Homeower Complained of Intermittent Problems with Fine Particles and Sandy Particles in Water and an intermittent odor- System already had a particle filter. (Case # 10 and more cases)
1. Visited Site and Evaluated System.
2. Found the accumulations of very fine material in filter housing and on filter
3. Particles – they were not well rounded…
Added by Brian Oram, PG on April 18, 2014 at 2:44pm — No Comments
Well Water Basics for the Homeowner Carbon County Pennsylvania
Wednesday, July 16, 6:00 pm
Environmental Consultant and hydrogeologist Brian Oram presents this free program for homeowners with private well and/or septic systems at part of the Community Outreach Efforts of the Keystone Clean Water Team. Brian explains smart well maintenance, and takes the mystery out of your water test results.
Added by Brian Oram, PG on April 18, 2014 at 2:42pm — No Comments
Houston and the rest of the U.S. Gulf Coast have more crude oil than the region can handle.
Stockpiles in the region centered on Houston and stretching to New Mexico in the west and Alabama in the east rose to 202 million barrels in the week ended April 4, the most on record, Energy…Continue
This is Steve Madsen, Landman, & former project manager for RiverLand Properties, LP, a Dallas, Texas based mineral acquisitions company that in 2011-13 made a very strong attempt to gain mineral Interest in OH/PA's Utica/Marcellus shale. I am no longer w/ RiverLand, however I am still in the wildcatting…Continue
Added by Steve Madsen on April 6, 2014 at 6:48pm — No Comments
The Point Pleasant formation has been described as marking the end of Middle Ordovician time. The Ordovician Period is characterized as the greatest submergence of the North American plate because shallow seas covered such an extensive area, including all of Ohio. In this environment, the Acadian mountain-building event occurred whereby sediments high in kerogen were shed from the highlands into a somewhat enclosed basin,…Continue