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Beneath the Bustling City, Pipelines Operate Largely Unnoticed

Utilities considering pipeline replacement or expansion within busy cities must have it all: Great communication, a solid plan, the latest technology and a smart public awareness strategy.

Vacuum Excavator Market Surges with Enhanced Capabilities

Dual-purpose vacuum excavators are a familiar sight on horizontal directional drilling sites, but utility contractors have also found them valuable for other underground construction jobs.

Spotlight on Guyana’s impending oil wealth

As ExxonMobil ramps up production from the Liza project, election buzz has caused murmurings that contracts should be renegotiated

Case study: Improve gas processing by controlling condensation

Improved condensation and capture of NGL and water in natural gas cuts costs, maximizes production value, and avoids costly maintenance. Measuring and controlling temperature are key to success.

Roundtable: The skills gap: How to bridge it and how to close it

The skills gap is not a new phenomenon for the oil and gas sector. An aging workforce and increased competition for tomorrow’s technical talent have left the industry nervous about its future. On the heels of the 2019 Global Energy Talent Index (GETI), a panel of experts came together to discuss the sector’s ongoing struggle with the skills gap and what oil and gas/energy companies can do about it.