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02
Apr 2015

Wanna Go For A Drive?

By Denise Raymond| With 0 Comments

As oil prices continue to slug along, there is a bright spot in the industry– gas consumption continues to go up…according to Down Stream Today, motorists drove an estimated 237.3 billion miles (381.9 billion km) in January, the most ever for the month, according to data from the Federal Highway Administration. Text

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11
Apr 2014

A Shifting Focus for a Major Pipeline

By Denise Raymond| With 0 Comments

Interesting news this week in Downstream Today - a multimillion dollar shift for one pipeline to oil... Text

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01
Apr 2014

How good is your project estimate?

By Denise Raymond| With 1 Comments

One of the things we like to do at Kinetic is to share the expertise of the instructors and other experts we work with to move the industry forward.  Text

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21
Mar 2014

Happy Birthday!

By Denise Raymond| With 0 Comments

I read an article in Forbes today - it's the birthday of fracking!  Happy birthday to a technology that has furthered the energy in this country by leaps and bounds.   Text

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07
Mar 2014

Fail to "Integrity Management Plan"...or Plan to Fail...

By Denise Raymond| With 0 Comments

Harsh words for the owner of Rangeland pipeline in Canada.  Plains Midstream, a US based company, owns the pipeline and the Alberta Energy Regulator has blasted Plains Midstream’ Alberta operations for: Text

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04
Mar 2014

To Russia With Love

By Denise Raymond| With 0 Comments

Europe, in many ways, has its hands tied watching what is unfolding in the Ukraine as the back and forth continues between the people of Ukraine attempting to take back their country and Russia trying to do the same.  It seems not many in Western Europe want to see Russia essentially control Ukraine’s government – at the same time, 25% of Europe’s oil and natural gas supply stem from Russia – and much of that is piped through Ukraine to the Black Sea where it is sent to Western European markets. Text

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26
Feb 2014

New Methane Regulations in Colorado

By Andrea Derby| With 0 Comments

This last weekend, Colorado state air quality control commissioners adopted tougher air pollution rules for the oil and gas industry — the first in the nation to cover methane, a gas linked to climate change. By passing rules aimed at reducing toxic emissions from oil and gas facilities, Colorado officials claim they are trying to allow for the energy boom while also protecting health and the environment. They felt they needed to act because Front Range air already fails to meet federal health standards.  Text

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