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Special company quarterly newsletter featuring informative articles on innovation, what’s new and our very own veteran service team sharing wisdom, experience and knowledge to the field.

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Newsletter March 2017

Letter from our CEO

Welcome clients, partners, stakeholders, friends, and family to the first edition of our revamped monthly oil & gas newsletter! Read more here

 

Safer by Design

Oil and gas drilling operations expose workers to a wide variety of risks. The death toll in the oil and gas industry is higher than in any other US industry.  The API and OSHA are just two of the many organizations which exist to protect workers on oil and gas drill sites.  Despite reductions in worker injuries over the past three years, the industry still faces… Read more here

 

Crew Standardization 

The uptick in oil prices is signaling operators to put rigs back to work. Although painful, the recent downturn helped drive and accelerate significant efficiency gains for drillers and operators. Three examples of key operational efficiencies Schramm has seen in the field include pad drilling with two rigs, automation of operational tasks and…. Read more here

 

 

 

News

Goldcorp chairman: Mining sector missing exploration technologies

November 9, 2016 | SNL, Angie Kean

Speaking at an international mining conference in Melbourne, Australia, Goldcorp Inc. Chairman Ian Telfer said the mining industry is in need of more “game-changing” and innovative technologies for mineral exploration.

 

How One Drilling Rig Maker Cut the Design, Manufacturing Cycle

October 17, 2016 | National Driller, Jeremy Verdusco

National Driller sat down with Mike Dynan, of Schramm, at MINExpo to discuss its newest rig, customer relationships and future of the company.

 

MINExpo 2016: Industry leaders talk about the future of mining

September 27, 2016 | Elko Daily Free Press, Marianne Kobak McKown

At MINExpo International 2016, industry executives discussed the future of the mining industry and how technological advances are helping companies focus on worker safety and training with the ultimate goal of reaching zero harm. Such advances demand for a more skilled, highly educated workforce.

 

 

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4th Quarter 2016