To help a new division of an international wire and cable company maximize its success in the booming offshore, marine, oil and gas markets, G&S developed a multi-pronged strategy to deliver maximum results via highly-targeted channels. By developing consistent core messages, creating sales-critical tools, garnering awards at major industry events, generating favorable coverage, and reaching prospects with targeted e-communications, the agency helped the client enter the market on strong footing. The communications program helped the client achieve record orders, bolster its image among the top industry players, and successfully differentiate itself in a competitive marketplace.
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Gas Dilution With The Equal Capillaries Technique
The advantages of the equal capillaries technique are surprising and leads to reach accuracy values of one order of magnitude higher than all the other dynamic dilution techniques. This comparison will be supported by analyzing the accuracy available with two different techniques. Nozzles (sonic or non-sonic) techniqueWith this technique, a series of different size nozzles is used to provide, applying a constant pressure, a flows series complying with the 2n progression. That means if the smaller nozzle is...
Case Study - Groundwater: 125 GPM Water Well
Groundwater Well Locating for West Texas Fracking OperationDate: June 20, 2014Site: West-Texas – undisclosed oil and gas fieldEquipment: SuperStingR8 WiFi with SwitchBox112 with passive cables spaced at 6m. Dipole-dipole and strong gradient arraySoftware: EarthImager2D with a finite element inversion modelResults: Resistivity imaging successfully located a relatively high production water well producing approximately 125 GPM in a region where 10 GPM is common when not using resistivity imaging. Several...
Recent advances in natural gas exploration and extraction technology have led to skyrocketing projections of the amount of recoverable natural gas within US borders. This energy boom will result in the expanded use of gas-fired power plants to provide electricity to US homes and businesses over the coming decades. Not only does this mean cleaner and more abundant energy for the US environment and economy, it also points toward an increase in business opportunities for those involved in the construction, maintenance...
Will natural gas dim solar’s shine?
As natural gas booms, renewable energy proponents ponder whether it will serve as a bridge or roadblock to photovoltaic power On the outskirts of downtown St. Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy’s High Bridge Generating Station offers an iconic view of the current state of electrical generation in the United States. Opened in 2008 as a replacement for an aging coal plant, the 534-megawatt natural gas facility looms over three solar photovoltaic panels that provide a sculptural element to the site in addition to 9.8...
Triaxial permeability testing and microstructure study of hard–to–drain coal from Sydney Basin, ...
Several mines operating in the Bulli seam of the Sydney Basin, Australia have coal seam zones that are difficult to drain. Metropolitan Colliery being one of such mines, has experienced difficulties in reducing gas content within the available drainage lead time; as the coal seam would not drain even with additional drainage boreholes. A research study using coal permeability testing and microstructure analysis was carried out to investigate the hard–to–drain problem. The permeability test was conducted using two...