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2019 March-April OILMAN Publisher 

Letter from the Publisher (March-April 2019)

There has been political discussion about drastically changing our energy market as we know it today. The Green New Deal has surfaced to the forefront of American politics. A scaled down version of the plan was introduced recently and calls for transitioning the United States to 100 percent renewable, zero-emission energy by 2030. The framers of the resolution ultimately want… Read More
Energy’s End-to-End Game 2019 March-April Home Bottom Widget Rotation 

Energy’s End-to-End Game

Oil & Gas Companies are Becoming More Agile and Intelligent by Embracing an Enterprise-wide Digital Approach For a company whose parent has a reputation as a technological innovator, Shell Aviation was an anomaly, a business that continued to rely heavily on the archaic, paper-driven processes and practices that many of its siblings under the Shell umbrella had shed in favor… Read More
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2019: Diversify or Disappear for Energy, Utilities and Resources? 2019 March-April 

2019: Diversify or Disappear for Energy, Utilities and Resources?

Renewables accelerating even faster than previously predicted, customer experience (CX) and user experience (UX) driving demand for more diversified energy, business and payment models: In 2019 energy and utility companies face the challenges of an industry rapidly diversifying, decentralizing and digitizing. The sure-fire way to keep up? Make sure you stay ahead! Prediction 1: By 2040, 66 percent of the… Read More

The Oil and Gas Industry Takes a New Approach to Alleviate Truck Order Backlog in 2019 2019 March-April 

The Oil and Gas Industry Takes a New Approach to Alleviate Truck Order Backlog in 2019

Truck attainment has been a key challenge for private fleets, for-hire carriers and organizations that rely on trucking across many industries, including manufacturing, oil, energy, and gas. This challenge has been accentuated by the backlog of orders for Class-8 heavy-duty trucks, largely stemming from an American Economy that has been booming ever since the Great Recession ended in 2010, and… Read More
Why “Lesser” Injuries Matter: The Case for Hand Safety 2019 March-April 

Why “Lesser” Injuries Matter: The Case for Hand Safety

Oil and gas workers and employers are well aware that jobs in this industry are notoriously dangerous. In fact, the oil and gas industry is so dangerous that most workplace safety reporting focuses on severe injuries and fatalities. It’s understandable that so much focus is directed at preventing major accidents. But, unfortunately, that means that the prevention of less severe… Read More
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