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ICIS Heren Launches New Energy Pricing Website

London-based ICIS Heren, provider of pricing intelligence and analysis for the gas, power, carbon and coal markets, also publishes authoritative reports, price assessments, news of key developments and expert analysis of the global energy markets.

            The company announced the launch of its new website, which makes it easy for subscribers to access and download their information quickly and easily, ensuring they have the latest news and intelligence to enable them to operate confidently in the marketplace. The new website contains full details of all the reports ICIS Heren offers, plus the opportunity to request free samples of ICIS Heren reports.

            ICIS Heren monitors the gas, power, carbon and coal markets through its team of expert correspondents. Companies use its pricing intelligence for planning and forecasting, as a powerful tool in day trading markets, in negotiations and to provide pricing benchmarks accepted by the industry.

December 12, 2009 at 12:09 am Leave a comment

Enventure Enhances Virtual Technical Library

Enventure Global Technology, provider of SET® solid expandable technology, announced its online technical library has been enhanced and is now live at The content-rich, virtual expandable technology resource shares the company’s vast knowledge about expandables with the world. Launched along with Enventure’s new website earlier this year, the technical library has been significantly enhanced to make it the most comprehensive online public collection of expandable case histories, system specifications, technical papers, videos and general information.

            “The oil and gas industry is beginning to embrace the diverse knowledge that resides on the Internet, and we want them to turn to us for expandable technology resources and expertise online,” said Kevin Waddell, VP Technology and Marketing, Enventure. “This database is a testament to the power of knowledge sharing through the Web as it gives us the broad-based ability to educate and update the industry with the latest expandable technology innovations.”

            Enventure’s searchable database includes a decade of historical materials about the technology and its applications starting in 1998. The upgraded system also provides instant access to many of the materials that were previously only available through print or in-person presentations. Access to the library provides operators, educators and researchers the opportunity to further understand the value solid expandable tubulars have to offer in a variety of applications, as well as its historical and current significance for the energy industry. Since the library has been launched, hundreds of new members have registered to use Enventure’s enhanced service.


November 21, 2009 at 1:38 am Leave a comment

Oil and Gas People Launching Jobs Website

A new website is set to change the way oil companies and agencies recruit employees. Launched at Offshore Europe and due to go live to recruiters soon, raises the bar to new levels with their bold and very unconventional recruitment model that is the cause of much concern to existing oil and gas job sites.

            Designed to offer a better solution for recruiters and candidates, will minimize a recruiter’s work load while speeding up the process of finding suitable candidates. No longer will recruiters need to advertise positions online, wait for candidates to respond and then have to spend days sorting through masses of CV’s often received. will instantly match suitable candidates to positions uploaded by recruiters.

            Candidate matches will be instant and very accurate, due to the vast amount of information held on each candidate. Candidates are matched based on their experience, qualifications, training, location, personal requirements, visas held, salary expectations, previous companies worked for, job title, availability, project experience, industry experience and more. Recruiters can even prioritise each requirement to get more accurate matches.

            Candidates no longer have to continuously search job sites; if a suitable position is posted that meets their requirements, they will be automatically put forward. Candidates will maintain complete control over their contact details by having to confirm their interest in each position before the recruiter receives their contact details. This process means candidates no longer receive cold calls about irrelevant positions and recruiters can instantly find suitable candidates.

            What makes really different is that the above process is completely free! Recruiters no longer have to pay thousands per year to access a database of candidates, nor do they have to pay each time they advertise a position. will only charge a fee when a candidate is placed in a position or accepted for an interview.

            Recruiters can confirm a candidate’s interest and carry out pre-screening through the site at no charge. If the candidate is accepted for the position, then recruiters pay a small fee for that person’s contact details at the final stage. For convenience candidates can also upload all their certification, qualifications and employment documents to their profile, and these will automatically be sent to the recruiter once a match is confirmed.

            To show its commitment to the industry, the same organization has launched, a social networking site aimed at improving networking and communication among oil and gas people worldwide. The site will allow the sharing and free exchange of lessons learned, incident alerts, lateral learning and safety bulletins. A safety document library will soon be offered along with lots of information pages for new starts to the industry.

November 5, 2009 at 1:08 am Leave a comment

WellEz Information Management Launches New Website

Houston-based WellEz Information Management LLC, an operations reporting solution company, announced the launch of their new website, The new site features in-depth information on the WellEz field reporting service for the oil and gas industry. It provides details on the WellEz reporting application, called WellEz.NET, and how the Web-based solution is used for reporting across the lifecycle of the well, from drilling to plugging and abandonment (P&A).

“We are excited to offer our clients and the energy community more information on our field reporting solutions, which are based on the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model,” said Charles Jeffery, President and CEO. “More companies are now adopting WellEz.NET as their field reporting platform owing to its cost-effectiveness as an operations reporting solution. Clients pay for only what they use during the time that they need the service, without having to install and maintain expensive field reporting software. Our clients have found that timely, effective reporting from the field reduces costs while increasing staff productivity and the quality of decisions. This is particularly true during drilling, completions and workover operations, when significant capital is being expended over a relatively short time frame, but is also valid during daily production. I invite our clients and friends in the industry to visit our new website to learn more about the value to be derived from using the WellEz.NET field operations reporting solution.”

The new website clearly explains how the WellEz.NET Web-based reporting solution provides insight into field operations for multiple roles in the typical oil and gas business, from the field to the back office. The basic technical concepts on the SaaS reporting architecture are also highlighted.

August 5, 2009 at 4:01 am Leave a comment

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