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Fracking Featured Stories:

    • STAMPED ENGINEERING: Alberta firm expanding and hiring

      by Tina Olivero

      The meaning of “stamped” takes many shapes and forms, but for the Engineers of Stamped Engineering Corporation, it means they have “approved” the ground of their particular territory and work” and have marked it with their highest seal of approval. For this team, Stamped is the act of making an impression and imprinting a seal […]

    • Is your oil well at peak performance? Ask Ambyint.

      by Tina Olivero

      The Internet of Things, big data, predictive analysis, machine learning, artificial intelligence – all phrases you might find on the whiteboard during a word mapping session by any forward-thinking business team in 2017. By now, these buzzwords have matriculated throughout just about every industry, bringing with them the promise of smarter solutions at a fraction […]

    • Spence Corrosion Canada: Expands into Newfoundland

      by Tina Olivero

      It’s great news when you hear about companies expanding and investing in Newfoundland and Labrador. Branching out of Nisku Alberta, Norm Spence, President of Spence Corrosion Services Ltd. has seen the potential for expansion in Newfoundland and Labrador.  With a new location in the city of St. John’s, Norm expects that his company will be hiring […]

    • Apparel Solutions Industrial Workwear: Recycling for good

      by Tina Olivero

      What does curling have to do with recycling? Well, nothing really. But the latest green-innovation for industrial workwear has just raised a game-changing flag.  It’s a new-age solution for industrial waste management that has captured the attention many including, World Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist Brad Gushue. Brad Gushue won the 2006 Winter Olympics gold […]

    • Progressly: Process, Operations Management Game Changer

      by Tina Olivero

      The process of business is no longer a process. It’s a progressive cloud solution. Increasing efficiencies and productivity are the name of the game in the oil patch these days. With the oil price drop and no major price increase in sight, companies have had to re-invent themselves and find thier ‘new normal’ for operations. […]

    • Oil Care = Health Care

      by Tina Olivero

      What would happen if we took away a huge chunk of our health care services, closed many of our schools, reduced our number of teachers, reduced construction and maintenance on roads and highways, and downsized government and social services? That’s the question people are “NOT” asking when it comes to the oil and gas industry […]

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