I am happy to post that Linc Energy Systems will be inducted into the NWBOC WBE (Women Business Enterprise) Hall of Fame in October.
Natural Gas Measurement, Underground Utilities and More Blog
We provide insights on natural gas measurement, underground utility damage prevention, utility contractor services and various natural gas products. Formerly the Linc Energy Blog.
I am happy to introduce a new web-based underground utility case management software by KorTerra and Rhino Marking, called the Incident Manager. The platform is designed to assist excavators and utility owners and operators in documenting damages and underground utility near hits.
An Oklahoma-based, leading water bath heater manufacturer has changed its ownership name to OGI Process Equipment, Inc., combining its brands Total Energy Resources and QuickWater. The woman-owned business is now WBE certified.
According to a new white paper, there is an approaching EPA deadline of April 15, 2015, for natural gas and oil storage vessels built between August 2011 and April 2013 to become Quad O compliant. At the heart of this directive, is to reduce VOC emissions.
I am thrilled to announce that Linc Energy Systems celebrated its 25th-year anniversary on 1/1/2015. It has been an incredible journey for me, and I look forward to continuing this ride.
The 2015 Weld County Damage Prevention Breakfast is Wednesday, February 4, 2015 in Greeley Colorado at the Island Grove Exhibition Building. The event will be a fun-filled networking event with drawings and giveaways.
Rust-Oleum, the manufacturer of quality consumer and industrial paint has introduced a revolutionary new delivery system for utility marking paint that saves storage space and money and is environmentally friendly.
Linc Energy Systems routinely promotes individuals or groups that extensively give back and with today being Colorado Gives Day 2014, what better time to promote contributions to top non-profit organizations to "give where you live?" I want to introduce you to Project Angel Heart, which deserves thumbs up and a nod of approval.
The 50th SIEO/NACE Intermountain Winter Symposium which promotes corrosion control will be January 7-9, 2015, in Sun Valley Idaho, at the Sun Valley Inn. The event is sponsored by the Southern Idaho Eastern Oregon Corrosion Committee, Inc.
One of the most common causes of underground pipeline damage is from the failure to mark a pipeline properly. Marker visibility becomes increasingly more difficult as vegetation becomes overgrown, or the signage is buried in snow. There is a simple solution that offers pipeline protection year round for those areas susceptible to these problems.
When a utility worker or emergency responder is called to a house because of a gas smell, there is one thing on their mind, 'Where does methane come from.' When methane is present, there is always interest in distinguishing if it is naturally occurring (like sewer gas), or if it is from a natural gas pipeline. Without knowing the source, it can lead to shutting down gas meters prematurely.