Anue Water Technologies #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News Press Release 

Anue Water Technologies Launches Geo-Membrane Systems for Odor Elimination in USA , Canada, Caribbean

Tucker, GA – Anue Water Technologies is launching customizable Geo-Membrane coverings for outstanding odor elimination throughout the  USA, Canada and the Caribbean region.  Anue is the leading manufacturer of high-efficiency Ozone and Oxygen generation and related systems for the elimination of odor, corrosion and FOG (fat, oil, grease) in municipal and industrial wastewater. This technology consists of high strength Geo-Membranes… Read More
BEFORE THE STORMS In the case of Hurricanes Florence and Michael, gas stations were reported without fuel shortly after emergency declarations. Nearly 20% of gas stations in Gainesville were already reported as having no gasoline before the emergency declaration was announced as millions of Floridians evacuated the state in the wake of Hurricane Irma. “Hurricanes can have a profound impact on gasoline supply, but it’s typically the fear of running low on gasoline that has an impact on supply before the storm does. Even so, retailers have been quick to respond once an area sees intense demand, and most areas begin to see improvement within a week of landfall of a major hurricane,” said Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy. “So many factors go into supply and demand before and after a major storm - things like location, infrastructure, expected path, refinery location, power supply- that make it impossible to predict the exact moment when fuel networks are in the clear or begin to recover, but we definitely have seen fuel supply becoming a larger focus for government during hurricane season.” MAKING LANDFALL Hurricanes Florence and Irma follow a similar demand curve, with gas station outages peaking 1-3 days after the storms hit. Michael’s number of gas station outages continued to increase until five days after the storm hit, remaining at 62% gas stations reporting without fuel until eight days after the hurricane made landfall. “Hurricane Michael was the first category 5 hurricane to hit the U.S. since Andrew in 1992, but made landfall in Florida, a state with less petroleum infrastructure and also away from refineries. In addition to the fast moving storm, this meant that it took longer for stations to resupply, and the strength also led to more damage making it challenging. With Irma, Florida had been on high alert from Harvey and due to outages at Gulf refineries was already dealing with supply challenges but was quick to jump into action with barges carrying fuel that were able to enter ports after the storm passed. Meanwhile, Harvey’s idling over many refineries led to outages, but the area was able to get back on its feet fairly quickly because the sheer number of refineries was higher than other regions,” DeHaan said. REFUELING EFFORTS Post-Irma refueling efforts made a significant impact in Gainesville almost immediately after the storm passed, with Hurricane Florence following a similar pattern. Refueling efforts for Hurricane Michael took significantly longer to complete due to the devastation in Panama City. Twenty percent of gas stations were reported without fuel 17 days after the storm struck. “With gas stations damaged or destroyed after Michael, there severe challenges getting fuel networks back to normal. It took longer than usual to resupply a smaller number of stations due to debris and the slow pace of recovery, including power restoration.” PREPARATION FOR FUTURE STORMS Based on the information from fuel outage data in the United States, GasBuddy offers these recommendations to consumers in hurricane-affected areas: Avoid Hoarding Gas: Whether you are evacuating or staying put, get enough gas to fill your tank and do not fill up extra containers. Except in extreme situations, gas stations fuel outages are noticeably replenished 4 days after the hurricane makes landfall. Report Fuel Outages: Reporting fuel outages in the GasBuddy app helps fellow motorists evacuate safely and informs government agencies on where to send fuel trucks before and after a storm. Methodology GasBuddy examined its fuel outage reports from Hurricanes Irma (September 2017), Florence (September 2018) and Michael (October 2018) in the highest-impact areas relative to each storm, noting the amount of time taken to reach the peak station outages as well as the time taken to resupply gas stations with fuel in the affected areas. About GasBuddy GasBuddy's mission is to help consumers avoid paying full price for fuel. As the leading source for crowdsourced, real-time fuel prices at more than 150,000 gas station convenience stores in the U.S., Canada and Australia, millions of drivers use the GasBuddy app and website every day to find gas station convenience stores based on fuel prices, location and ratings/reviews. GasBuddy’s first-of-its-kind fuel savings program, Pay with GasBuddy, has saved Americans more than $7 million at the pumps since its launch in 2017. The company’s business solutions suite, GasBuddy Business Pages, provides Fuel Marketers and Retailers their best opportunity to maintain their station information, manage their brand, and promote to their target consumer audience. For more information, visit http://www.gasbuddy.com. #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News Press Release 

When a Hurricane Hits: How Quickly Gas Stations Run Out of Fuel and Get Replenished in the United States

BOSTON — Hurricane Barry was the first storm to strike the US coast this year, bringing extensive rain and flooding to Louisiana and the region. With hurricane season in full effect, GasBuddy, the smartphone app that helps consumers avoid paying full price for fuel, offers information on fuel outages and fuel replenishment efforts during major hurricanes in the past three… Read More
New visualization enables precise geosteering and accurate well placement #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News Press Release 

Halliburton Releases Oil & Gas Industry’s First 3D Logging-While Drilling Technology

HOUSTON – Halliburton Company today introduced 3D reservoir mapping, a new logging-while-drilling (LWD) capability that provides a detailed representation of subsurface structures to improve well placement in complex reservoirs. 3D inversion, an advanced reservoir mapping process, reveals overlooked features such as faults, water zones, or local structural variations that can considerably alter the optimal landing trajectory of a well. In… Read More
Brazil continues to lead global deployment of planned and announced FPSOs to 2025 #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News 

Brazil continues to lead global deployment of planned and announced FPSOs to 2025

A total of 20 planned and announced floating production, storage and offloading vessels (FPSOs) are expected to be deployed offshore Brazil between 2019 and 2025, the highest among countries globally, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. The company’s report: ‘Q3 2019 Global FPSO Industry Outlook – Brazil Continues to Lead Upcoming FPSOs Growth’ reveals that Brazil will… Read More
New mobile app from New York Blower helps customers access fan information on-demand #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News Press Release 

New York Blower Introduces Mobile App To Access On-Demand Fan Information

Willowbrook, IL, — The New York Blower Company, a leading manufacturer of premium-quality fans and blowers for the industrial marketplace, has introduced the New York Blower (nyb) mobile app to help nyb fan users find information about their fans and order replacement parts. Using the app, customers can access fan information on-demand, calculate changes in operating conditions and connect with their… Read More
WFS Technologies #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News Press Release 

WFS Technologies Announces Expansion of Operations Into Houston and Brazil

WFS Technologies, the global leader in Subsea Internet of Things (SIOT®) devices for Asset Integrity Management, today announced their expansion into Houston and Brazil as they continue to meet their growth objectives for 2019. Molly Reyes, Energy Industry Sales Director, joins the WFS senior leadership team to lead the new office and explore opportunities in the growing energy sectors of… Read More
Aera Energy CEO says it's the people who work hard every day to power prosperity for California #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News Press Release 

How Did This California Oil Company Land on the 2019 Forbes Best Employers List?

BAKERSFIELD, Calif., — Aera Energy (www.AeraEnergy.com) has been named one of the best midsize companies to work for on Forbes America’s prestigious 2019 Best Midsize Employers List. The Bakersfield-based company, which is one of California’s largest oil and gas producers, was ranked 13th on the list of 500 best midsize companies in the United States. Aera Energy, which employs about… Read More
Loss of Exxon Mobil unlikely to impact Norwegian upstream development landscape #OilmanNEWS Oil and Gas News 

Loss of Exxon Mobil Unlikely to Impact Norwegian Upstream Development Landscape

Following the recent news that Exxon Mobil Corp (Exxon Mobil) is seeking bids for its Norwegian oil and gas fields, Daniel Rogers, Oil & Gas Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers his view on the announcement: “The withdrawal of Exxon Mobil will have little impact on the Norwegian upstream landscape, with only one confirmed non-operated project… Read More
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