2013 September-October Contributors Don Briggs Louisiana 

A Study About A Study

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has a history, like any federal bureaucratic agency, to produce many studies. Some of these studies are productive and some of them, like a more recent study about hydraulic fracturing, are a bit more repetitive. DOE’s latest study regarding the impacts of hydraulic fracturing and its potential effects on the water table seems to… Read More
2013 September-October Louisiana Product Showcase Texas 

Dupré Shares Commercial Vehicle Safety Experience with Fire First Responders

Dupré Logistics, a trucking and logistics provider operating throughout the United States, is partnering with local fire emergency responders to prevent rollovers of water transporting fire trucks, known in the industry as a water tanker. With a DVD produced through National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC) association, Dupré’s local Field Safety Representatives are sharing training and expertise in preventing deadly commercial vehicle rollovers. “Our safety program… Read More
#OilmanNEWS 2013 September-October Louisiana Midstream Texas Upstream 

China on Pace to Pass U.S. for World’s Biggest Oil Importer by 2017

According to a report released this week by Wood Mackenzie, China and the U.S. are heading in opposite directions for crude oil imports.  If the trends continue, China will be the world’s largest importer of oil by 2017.  This shift has been driven by two things.. 1) More Chinese consumption (notably the increase in automobiles on the roads.. from 20… Read More
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