The ROI of PSMS Element Three: Risk Management INTRODUCTION: This is the third segment in a series of articles discussing the value or benefits an organization may expect from implementing each of the ten elements of the American Petroleum Institute’s […]
Thursday, June 17- Stay Tuned for this week’s episode. Ryan talks about the origin of 811 Pro and USA North 811, and John “Jay” Stephens from Damage Prevention Academy joins the show again. This duo talks about training, damage prevention, and Tim Kennedy. Quick Links: Ryan White on […]
Thursday, June 10- We are thankful for this week’s episode, 20+ year Navy Vet, Jon A. Smith joins us from Hydromax USA. Jon and James “geek out” on BIG data, how we capture it and use it to take our industry to a new […]
Those interested in becoming a pipeline construction inspector must first earn their certification via a program managed by the API (American Petroleum Institute). Applying for this certification requires a combination of years working in the industry and education, but the […]
Are you interested in becoming a licensed pipeline inspector? This certification process is straightforward but does require an application process, passing an exam, and periodic recertification. Here’s how to become a licensed pipeline inspector and what you should know about […]
Whether you own a gas facilities company or are a pipeline operator, you have to abide by the rules set by the US Department of Transportation, or DOT, to avoid harsh penalties. One such rule is the need for an […]
Thursday, June 3- Jim’s calling an audible! This week the guys catch up in our first ever ‘Freestyle’ episode. Covering a recent surge of hiring, how blessed they are to be busy, the addition of Brian Dresel to the Energy Worldnet […]
Thursday, May 27- Join us this week as Gary W. Hines, PE, CAE from the PRCI – Pipeline Research Council International joins us on CWJJ! Gary is a long-time industry friend who joins the show to talk about AI, big data, […]
Thursday, May 20- Join the guys as they reminisce on the time Jim almost met our guest at the World Series in 2011. There may have been banners, bands, among other things, but we can’t confirm or deny this. Phil Wiegers, Founder […]
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