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As the oil and gas industry redefines its commitment to responsible energy production, EWT emerges as a beacon of progress. This whitepaper not only illuminates the technical triumphs of ClO2 in EWT but also underscores its role in reducing our industry's ecological footprint. Discover how EWT transforms challenges into opportunities, offering a path forward that aligns seamlessly with both operational intensity and environmental stewardship.
The availability of electricity is essential for any off-grid, remote location, such as oil & gas and mining projects. However, research shows that connecting to the utility power grid can take as long as three years.
As hurricanes and disasters become more common, it is critical to have a plan in place to know what actions to take and identify the right equipment to ensure a safe and efficient recovery.
If you are considering mining cryptocurrency, here is what you need to know about the world of cryptocurrency, why mining is critical, and the equipment required to run a successful business.
This guide helps operators quantify the risks, take action against the headwinds and build a competitive advantage by creating confidence in natural gas as a sustainable, decarbonization-compatible energy solution.
Industry instability, difficulties attracting and retaining top talent, shifting technology, new work environments, and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) issues are just some of the challenges the energy industry is facing in 2022. Download the 2022 HR & Benefits Report for the Energy Industry.
Drone benefits don’t stop after site selection - in fact, many companies are leveraging drone solutions throughout the entire construction of a solar project, for a range of use cases. Discover how to reduce your solar inspection time by 40% in this data-driven eBook.
It’s true: Big, unpleasant surprises can lurk in the IT department. When making an acquisition, you may need to stand up new IT systems quickly – or continue to pay for IT services under costly transition services agreements. In the extreme, shortcomings can prevent timely payments to stakeholders, sparking litigation.