White Papers for Oil Gas & Petro Exploration, Drilling, Refine and Transport

  • Electrical Ground Rules; Best Practices for Grounding Your Electrical EquipmentBy

    When wiring or connecting circuits, electrical equipment, and electrical instruments, there is a connection that you probably don’t give much thought to, and one that consequently reigns as one of the greatest sources of instrument error and malfunction. The connection I am referring to is your...
  • Total Cost of Ownership: Offshore vs Reshore - NWI Cable Manufacturing Site PaperBy

    This Site Paper identifies the most commonly over-looked cost factors purchasing professionals and key decision-makers face when deciding whether or not to utilize offshore contract manufacturing companies in their procurement strategies. This paper discusses the best strategies to compete...
  • Fluid Level Sensors in Oil & GasBy

    Fluid sensing in Oil & Gas is more important than ever. Water, oils and chemical fluids are integral throughout the lifecycle of a well, and even more so with the increased activity in unconventional drilling techniques such as hydraulic fracturing. New techniques and regulations have added the...
  • Fire Suppression Systems 101By

    In an environment where Prevention and Suppression of fire hasn’t changed much in the last two decades, there is a new technology known as Aerosol Extinguishing or Aero-K®. The Aero-K® aerosol Extinguishing, (100 percent green), has emerged in the last few years in North American markets. It is...
  • Polarization in Piezoceramic MaterialsBy

    One can think of a piezoceramic as a rock which generates electrical current if squeezed and which moves if driven by an electrical current. For these wonderful properties to occur electrodes must be connected to the piezoceramic and the piezoceramic must be polarized. Electrodes are metal...