The MEA Gas Operations Conference will be held August 12-14, 2014 in Rochester, Minneapolis. Register by June 6 to receive the early bird discount.
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.
We know to call 811 before digging, right? After the homeowner or excavator has done this, and the one-call locator has located the public utilities, is the property owner finished with its damage prevention obligation? The answer is not simple.
Those watching the Preakness Stakes on Saturday may have seen Espinoza cross the finish line sporting the Call 811 logo. The Call 811 campaign is highly recognized as grassroots marketing, relying on the members, to spread its message. The campaign took an enormous boost last Saturday as millions watched California Chrome cross the Preakness Stakes finish line to win.
Since we've begun 2014 digging season, I thought it'd be a good time to share the findings of the latest CGA DIRT Report. This paper was published in September 2013, and released information from the 2012 information.
Linc Energy is pleased to announce the addition of a new summer intern, Preston Marcoux.
The IMAC natural gas filter drier or dryer offers filtration for high pressure instruments. The dryers protect expensive equipment by removing contaminants before reaching the instruments. IMAC offers different filter dryer switching assemblies to filter, dehydrate and regulate gas. The filters are fully compatible with Welker Filter dryers and also interchangeable with Becker Dryers with a kit.
The 2014 New Mexico Gas Association (NMGA) Pipeline Safety Seminar will be held on May 6-8 in Santa Fe New Mexico at the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder Resort.
April is National Safe Digging Month. This is the time of year the Common Ground Alliance (CGA) stakeholders reminds us how vital it is to call 811 before digging.
The oil and natural gas industry has always sought anti corrosion coating for pipe in warm climates. Traditional coatings have been largely unsuccessful in hot temperatures; however, after more than four years in the field, Trenton HT-3000 is proving to be an excellent option.
Eric Keto of Linc Energy Systems will be discussing "Protecting Underground Facilities" at the PEGDPC (Pitkin Eagle Garfield Damage Prevention Council) general meeting on April 17.
This year, the MEA's Annual Energetic Women Conference, will be held from June 10 – 12 at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center in Denver.
Linc Energy Systems is now an Authorized Distributor and reseller of 3M underground pipe locator systems for the gas industry, in Colorado and Utah.
The spring El Paso County Damage Prevention Council Breakfast will be April 10 in Colorado Springs at the Leon Young Center.
Clean Power Finance (CPF) selected the Itron solar monitoring solution as the preferred metering solution for residential solar installations across North America. At Linc Energy Systems, we're always thrilled to share the terrific news about our team partners.
We're excited to announce the release of the Z10000 Odorizer which is ideal for high pressure and high flow natural gas odorization applications. The new odorization system is from Zeck Systems, a division of Sentry Equipment Corporation.
Can finding the joy in what you do, be powerful enough to overcome the fear of failure in business? Is it possible that joy is the secret ingredient which draws situations that make you more successful?
Linc Energy is pleased to announce that we are now a distributor for Titan Flow Controls, Inc. the manufacturer of commercial and industrial pipeline products, including strainers. Titan FCI has been in business since 2000 and has earned a reputation for being a reliable source for quality industrial piping products. The company is located in Lumberton, North Carolina.
As a distributor of utility locating equipment, our clients often seek better ways to locate un-traceable pipelines. Some companies have invested in hugely expensive, high-tech ground penetrating radar or GPR, only to find that it has limitations in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, because of the clay soil and shale oil deposits.
On Sunday, Colorado Air Quality Control Commission approved new regulations, which require all oil wells to regulate emissions including methane. According to Nobel Energy Vice President, Ted Brown, "This is the toughest regulatory landscape in the country." Colorado will be the first state to regulate methane, perhaps setting the bar at a new level.