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Steel Nation Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 Steel Nation Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary       Washington, PA – As a full-service construction, engineering, and environmental firm specializing in pre engineered metal buildings (PEMBs), Steel Nation Holdings, Inc., along with its affiliated companies, Steel Nation Buildings, Inc., Steel Nation Engineering, Inc., and Steel Nation Environmental, Inc., celebrates a decade of providing an array of professional services to clients primarily in the Oil & Gas industry throughout the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays and beyond. The ten-year […]

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Appalachian Storage Hub Conference Held in Southpointe PA

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 Appalachian Storage Hub Conference Held in Southpointe PA By: Robert Johnson, President, ADKL LLC   The Appalachian Storage Hub Conference was recently held June 7th in Southpointe PA, a Pittsburgh suburb. This conference was presented by Shale Directories President Joe Barone and TopLine Analytics CEO Tom Gellrich. The Appalachian Storage Hub is a $10 billion infrastructure initiative to develop the natural gas chemical and downstream sectors leading to an economic revitalization of the Appalachian Basin. The shale […]

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What is my ROI? Assigning Value to the Invaluable?

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 What is my ROI? Assigning Value to the Invaluable? By: Teresa Irvin McCurdy, President of TD Connections, Inc.   In conducting business development in the natural gas industry for the past seven years, it is easier to sell a tangible product or service where you see an immediate value. Selling wastewater treatment services can be both difficult and easy.  When an operator needs to dispose of produced fluids, the primary factor in where to dispose of […]

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Midstream Companies Deploy Hundreds of Microturbines in the Marcellus and Utica Shale Region

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 Midstream Companies Deploy Hundreds of Microturbines in the Marcellus and Utica Shale Region By: Jeff Beiter, Managing Partner, E-Finity Distributed Generation, LLC   If I were to tell you that there is a generator that requires zero oil, is designed to operate for 8,000 hours without maintenance, and burns any gaseous fuel including high BTU fuels, you might think it all sounds too good to be true – like some prototype of a futuristic invention.   But […]

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Getting Paid on a Construction Project: The Right Tools Can Make All the Difference Part 2

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 Getting Paid on a Construction Project: The Right Tools Can Make All the Difference Part 2:  Bonds and Prommpt Payment Statutes By: Steven P. Engel, Esquire, Blumling & Gusky, LLP   In this two-part article, we have attempted to identify some tools that are available to contractors, subcontractors and suppliers who are facing a payment dispute on a construction project. In last month’s issue, we discussed mechanic’s liens and demonstrated why they can be a powerful and […]

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What Does O&G Cash Flow Have to do with Slip and Fall Incidents?

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 What Does O&G Cash Flow Have to do with Slip and Fall Incidents? By: Donny Beaver, CEO, HalenHardy, LLC From the time I entered the business world in the early 1970s, I honestly believed that the USA was running out of oil and natural gas resources. Heck, I got clobbered in the fall of 1973 when I couldn’t even buy gasoline to fuel my pickup truck…so that I could deliver magazines on my large route […]

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A Look at the Major Projects Driving Construction in the Marcellus / Utica Shale

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 A Look at the Major Projects Driving Construction in the Marcellus / Utica Shale By: Ray Keller, National Sales Manager, Pipeline Division, BEG Group, LLC ARTERYS AND CAPILLARYS I guess it was some time in the early 1970’s when I was first exposed as to the global ramifications of what I did in the pipeline construction field. It was a very turbulent time for America. The Vietnam War was raging, prompting unrest at home, gas lines at […]

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Is/Are All Politics Local?

  June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 Is /Are All Politics Local? By: Shayla Owens, Orion Strategies   Many have probably heard the phrase, “All politics is local,” coined by former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Tip O’Neil. It is a phrase that is viewed as controversial for many reasons. Firstly, because of the grammar usage pertaining to the verb “is” rather than “are” accompanying the noun “politics.” This four-word sentence seems to stump even those well-schooled […]

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It All Starts with the Wellhead

    June 2018 / Vol. 8 Issue 4 It All Starts with the Wellhead By: Greg Kozera, Director of Marketing, Shale Crescent USA Imagine an exposition with over 65,000 attendees, over 2000 exhibitors from over 100 countries in three huge exhibit halls multiple football fields wide and long that goes on for five days. What you have is the National Plastics Exposition (NPE) 2018, The Plastics Show. This show covers every aspect of the plastics industry from manufacturing the […]

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Five Keys to Real Estate Success Along the Ohio River Corridor

   June 2018 / Vol 8 Issue 4 Five Keys to Real Estate Success Along the Ohio River Corridor By: Bryce Custer, SIOR, CCIM, MRICS, President, Ohio River Corridor, LLC   Spring and early summer are the season of conferences and expositions. Optimism is high that 2018 will continue to see growth in midstream and downstream sectors. Pipelines continue to come on-line and additional are planned to move product to consumers. Companies that will profit due to proximity to dry gas and NGL’s continue […]

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