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BOSIET Training (Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training)

10th February 2012
Whenever you are going to be doing any kind of effort on an offshore asset, for instance a drill rig, production platform or FPSO, for companies in any country, you'll certainly be required to undertake specific offshore safety and emergency training. Not... Read >
Author: Ed Ripley

DropZone Shocks What You Should Know

20th June 2011
There are quite a few well-known and highly popular names on the market for professional car parts, and DropZone are among the ones that attract the most attention especially with their shocks which have become quite popular in some circles. However, so... Read >
Author: Lindsay Chandler

Need for Crude Oil Desander

06th September 2010
Crude oil desander is that equipment which separates sand and silt from water, condensate and gas stream. Crude oil desander is used in a drilling rig. There is a huge demand for crude oil desander by oil and gas production facilities because of various r... Read >
Author: erinkennedy

TYPES OF MULTIPLE LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS

19th August 2010
A master limited partnership is a business partnership that is owned and managed like a corporation, but often taxed like a partnership. It is mainly used for real estate, oil and gas ventures or natural resources and is also often referred to as public t... Read >
Author: Jim Knight

(NPRI) Non-Participating Royalty Interests

06th July 2010
(NPRI) Non-Participating Royalty Interests - Are Interest similar to ORRI's but typically not bound to a well or lease, they are typically bound to Minerals or Mineral Rights assigned by a land/mineral right owner conveying either a permanent royalty or t... Read >
Author: HCG

Natural Gas Underwater Extraction and Separation

17th May 2010
Natural gas separation is a process used with underground and underwater extraction of natural gas in order to extract valuable methane from other, less useful, or possibly dangerous hydrocarbons and other components present in natural gas deposits. With ... Read >
Author: Art Jones

Become An Oil And Gas Landman

18th November 2009
The oil and gas industry is going through a major transformation with prices rising daily it seems. With price decline being the trend for the last 20 years, no one has believed the oil and gas industry to be a high paying job where you can make a good li... Read >
Author: John Peyton

Surprised why you do not get Interview Call !

06th October 2009
Have you ever wondered why you do not receive interview calls from companies after applying to a job through job sites though you feel you match the job description? This is neither your fault nor the recruiter's. The recruiter gets hundreds of responses... Read >
Author: SUNROS

History of PLC and SCADA

02nd June 2009
PLC stands for programmable logic controllers that are designed to serve for an adequate and relevant substitution for large control panels that are relay based. The reason for the replacement or the substitution owes primarily due to the change demanded ... Read >
Author: TopArticleGuys

LPG Conservation: The Need of the Hour

15th April 2009
LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) is essentially a mixture of hydrocarbon gases. It is used as a fuel in heating devices. If we look at its attributes, then LPG is primarily colorless, odourless and heavier when compared to air. Moreover, even a small leak ca... Read >
Author: Florence Gasket

Why Oil Is Important?

27th March 2009
Oil is essential to our lives. Without it, there wouldn't be electricity and success wouldn't have also existed in the vocabulary of Engineering firms as without oil, they would spend a lot of fortune trying to replace their rusting machines year by year.... Read >
Author: ajcones

Oil Traps

08th October 2007
When companies drill for oil, they are looking for oil traps. Oil seeps up through rocks and collects inside the ground, forming an oil trap. This seepage is called migration. Oil originates in a source rock and migrates through the layers. Shale is the m... Read >
Author: Mickey Horn

The oil and gas transport the pipeline map of the world

07th June 2007
Pipeline transport refers to the transportation of goods through a system of pipes. Many types of goods will meet transfer requirements along big distances through pipes. Such goods may be beer, water, slurry or even solid capsules (transported through pn... Read >
Author: Clint Jhonson
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