Weekliii Round-Up: STEM Education and Oil and Gas Asset Placement
Take a break, grab another cup of coffee, and read up on the latest news and posts we have shared with you throughout the last few days. Everything from advocating STEM education while eating pie (sorry, pi) to the need for water in the Permian Basin - it's all here. Enjoy!
Determining the optimal locations of Oil and Gas assets like Well Pads and pipelines can be a complex and time-consuming task. Take back your time and resources with custom GIS applications like Integrated Geomancy, finding the best placement with the click of a button. Discover what this solution can do for your planning processing here.
If loving Pi Day makes us irrational, so be it. This week we celebrated 3.14 - or to normal people as March 14 - a day considered by many to be Pi Day based on the mathematical constant. Days like this are the perfect time to remind kids and colleagues alike of the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. Let's explore the training we offer here at Integrated, hopefully given you ideas on the topics you can brush up on or introduce to those in your community.
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It turns out that prime crude oil and Natural Gas reserves are not the only resources Oil and Gas operators hunt for in the Permian Basin. Discover how the drive to secure more leases to access water supplies for fracking operations has increased in recent years in this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.
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