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November 8, 2018

ENERGY worldnet, Inc. Enters Virtual Reality Arena with Debut of Mobile Training Center for the Energy Industry

  November 6, 2018, Decatur, TX – ENERGY worldnet, Inc. (EWN) announced Wednesday the launch of their Mobile Training Center to bring blended learning and state-of-the-art virtual reality (VR) training to pipeline operators in the oil and gas industry. The EWN Mobile Training Center debuted this past week at the Texas Gas Association’s (TGA) Fall Board and Committee Meeting in League City, TX. In an innovative approach to training and education, the EWN Mobile Training Center allows trainees to experience learning in a hands-on virtual reality environment, a remarkable advancement in the safety training arena. When asked about the recent launch of the Mobile Training Center, Coleman Sterling, EWN’s CEO stated, “No single type of training is effective for 100% of any workforce. ENERGY worldnet is proudly answering the call for blended training by taking its existing computer-based (CBT) and instructor-led trainings (ILT) and including opportunities for hands-on, real-world training through VR and the EWN Mobile Training Center.” Sterling continued, “By adding virtual reality to our already extensive suite of offerings, we can now simulate field conditions like never before, allowing trainees to experience situational training in a safe, virtual environment. It’s one thing to have someone complete a CBT; […]
March 29, 2018

ENERGY worldnet, Inc. names James Schauer as Executive Director of Midstream Strategy

DECATUR, TEXAS, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — ENERGY worldnet, Inc. (EWN) announced today that former CEO of Thigpen Energy, James (Jim) Schauer has been named Executive Director of Midstream Strategy. Jim will be responsible for expanding business in the midstream sector and ensuring both potential and existing clients’ needs are not only met but are aligned with EWN’s quality services and solutions. Coleman Sterling, CEO of EWN stated, “Jim’s commitment to client success and his focus on safety and operational excellence makes him a great fit for the EWN team. Jim’s extensive experience in Midstream operations combined with EWN’s extensive Distribution and Midstream footprint helps us continue to fulfill the needs of operators across the nation.” Sterling went on to say, “we are excited to have Jim on the team. This marks a new era of industry service for EWN, a true one-stop shop for compliance management.” “I am very excited and honored to join the EWN team,” commented Jim Schauer – Executive Director Midstream Strategy, “as I have witnessed firsthand the commitment to excellence and dedication that empowers EWN. The common goal – to exceed our client’s expectations with extraordinary service, solutions, and industry knowledge is the backbone of EWN’s […]
July 24, 2016

Energy Worldnet Test Answers

Looking for test answers for Energy Worldnet Tests? Sorry, no answers here. But you can learn how each course gives you the answers (in the content of course) and how integrity should be a foundation for how you train. Learn more about ENERGY worldnet Test Answers
June 25, 2015

Two Trains Passing in the Mountains Experience a Natural Gas Explosion

On June 3, 1989 in Russia’s Ural Mountains near the town of Ufa, a natural gas pipeline experienced a significant drop in pressure indicating a possible gas leak. In an effort to keep the pressure up, pipeline workers increased the flow of natural gas to the pipeline allowing the natural gas to leak and spread into the surrounding area. The natural gas settled in a low area close to nearby a Trans-Siberian Railway. As the natural gas began to settle in the low area, two trains approached each other from opposing directions on the rail tracks passing each other near the settled natural gas. As the two trains passed, the settled natural gas ignited causing a massive explosion including a fireball and flames that spread one mile from the source. The force of the explosion incinerated hundreds of trees instantly and knocked several train cars off the tracks. Due to the severity of the incident, it is not possible to determine the exact amount of lives lost. However, the best estimates were just over 500 lives lost and numerous individuals suffered severe burns requiring helicopter transport to local hospitals for treatment.
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