well management Articles

  • Well Identification and Environmental Management, A Lesson in Standards and Data Management

    This powerpoint, Well Identification and Environmental Management, A Lesson in Standards and Data Management, was given by Keith Fraley from Shell Exploration and Production at the ESRI Petroleum User Group Conference in February 2008. It describes an approach for collection and storage of hydrology sampling event results for a project consisting of about 600 wells and 400,000 analytical results. ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • ECSMGE CONFERENCE 2015: Managing the Clogging of Groundwater Wells

    This is the poster or summary of a paper being presented at the XVI ECSMGE  - European Conference on Soil Mechanics & Geotechnical Engineering - in Edinburgh from 13th to 17th September 2015. Groundwater wells are common to many civil engineering projects and their operational performance can play a crucial role. The wells may be part of a construction dewatering system, ...


    By Geoquip Water Solutions

  • Tackling medical waste in chile

    Geconor are building a business treating medical waste in Chile We interviewed general manager Jorge Rivera to find out more. ...

  • Always well-informed, and now mobile as well

    AERZEN’s corporate websites are being upgraded: Since May 2016, www.aerzen.com has been online with a lot of new content and functionality. Upgrades will take place to the websites of all AERZEN subsidiaries worldwide over the course of 2016. The new AERZEN website impresses with a high degree of transparency, user friendliness and service capability, which exactly represents the image ...

  • Regional modeling of wells

    The ability to represent wells in a regional three-dimensional numerical groundwater model is crucial for many modeling exercises. Such wells can either be measurement wells where groundwater levels are measured as a function of time, or wells can be pumping wells in which water is removed from the well and a drawdown cone is created in the water table surrounding the well. There are numerical ...


    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • Equipment deficiencies: How well are they being managed? (Part 2 of 2)

    As introduced in part one, a key element of a successful mechanical integrity (MI) program is the equipment deficiency process that ensures deficient equipment conditions are identified in a timely manner and appropriately managed until they are corrected. Part two discusses the common struggles related to managing deficiencies and how involving appropriate levels of management can provide ...


    By ABS Consulting

  • Managing effective workforce well-being programs across your organization

    Introduction The commitment to well-being is a challenge for global business leaders, who see workplace well-being as one of the most pressing challenges to their future growth and profitability. Well-being is increasingly considered a core focus for companies to unlock value across workforces and supply chains. Corporate well-being programs are increasingly designed with a ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

  • Managing effective workforce well-being programmes across your organisation

    Introduction The commitment to well-being is a challenge for global business leaders, who see workplace well-being as one of the most pressing challenges to their future growth and profitability. Well-being is increasingly considered a core focus for companies to unlock value across workforces and supply chains. Corporate well-being programmes are increasingly designed with a ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

  • Equipment deficiencies: How well are they being managed? (Part 1 of 2)

    A key element of a successful mechanical integrity (MI) program is the equipment deficiency process. In addition to being a requirement and an MI emphasis area in many OSHA National Emphasis Program inspections, a facility’s equipment deficiency process is a vital management system for ensuring safe process operations. This process helps ensure that deficient equipment conditions are identified ...


    By ABS Consulting

  • Doing Well by Doing Good

    'Doing Well by Doing Good' is more than a feel good byproduct of a company's corporate social responsibility endeavours. It is a fundamental business precept that lies at the core of sound management practice. Finding creative business solutions to address any of the pressing social or economic problems of today's increasingly complex world is as important to the overall bottom line performance ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Think health as well as safety

    Lee Calver of Workplace Law writes about how the HSE is making sure that the construction industry ‘thinks health’ as well as safety’. Not many weeks pass without the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) releasing new research or detailing ...


    By Altius Vendor Assessment Ltd

  • Domestic well database development and integration into a GIS: an approach for managing ground water resources

    Connecticut is dominated by rural communities which rely upon individual domestic wells in fractured crystalline bedrock for water supply. The individualized nature of ground water usage has made ground water resource planning on a regional or townwide basis non-existent. In recent years there has been increased development and concerns expressed regarding the sustainability of the fractured ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Rationalising water management policies: tube well development and resource use sustainability in Balochistan region of Pakistan

    The groundwater driven agricultural production is increasingly under threat due to rapidly depleting groundwater table in upland Balochistan region of Pakistan. Both government and water users can be blamed for the foreseen disaster. The government’s policy for groundwater development following over estimation of groundwater reserves and the water user’s inefficient usage are the main reasons ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Helping Great Britain Work Well

    Sharing HSE’s Health and Safety Strategy Great Britain has an excellent record in regards to Health & Safety, which is built upon an extensive regulatory framework. However, as ill health currently accounts for over 23 million lost days each year, costing the economy around £9 billion, more still needs to be done. This is why the new HSE strategy ‘Helping ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • The first monitoring well in Engbertsdijksvenen is a reality

    On Wednesday 20 December 2017, the first monitoring well of the groundwater monitoring network Engbertsdijksvenen was realised on the parcel of landowner Wilharms in Vriezenveen. This monitoring well serves to monitor the effects of the measures required for the Nature Objectives of the Engbertsdijksveen. One of these goals is the recovery of living high moor. In addition to this monitoring well, ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • When are Oil Wells an Explosive Hazard?

    Contrary to popular belief, an oil well can be an explosive hazard even when it is not in operation (pumping steady). An EnergyWire review of federal labor statistics cited that the oil and gas sector experiences the most deaths from fires and explosions, compared to other private industries. Risks of Explosive Elements around Oil Wells A recent explosion in ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Four steps for well owners to protect water wells, health during hurricane flooding

    The owners of private household water wells in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey flooding should act to address possible threats to their drinking water quality, the National Ground Water Association said today. If a well has been flooded: Do not drink the water or wash with it, but use an alternative supply such as bottled water Stay away from the well pump while it’s ...

  • Four steps well owners can take to protect their water wells, health during flooding

    The owners of private household water wells in areas of flooding should act to address possible threats to their drinking water quality, the National Ground Water Association said today. If a well has been flooded: Do not drink the water or wash with it, but use an alternative supply such as bottled water Stay away from the well pump ...

  • Case study - Well monitoring for a water supplier

    The municipality company, in city of Luebek, Germany, provides potable water for approximately 120,000 households, all pumped from more than 30 wells.  These wells have water levels as deep as 160 meters.  The water levels of these groundwater wells must be measured with the highest possible accuracy.  Previously, the pressure probe's analogue output signals (4…20mA) that ...


    By OTT HydroMet

  • Addressing and Supporting Wellness Behaviors for the Silver Tsunami

    The aging workforce (also known as the silver tsunami) refers to the rise in the median age of the workforce in the US and other Western countries. By 2020, workers aged 55 and over will account for more than 25% of the US labor force. This shift reflects two trends: the overall population is aging and more older people are working longer1. ...

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