June 15, 2016. This energy supply chain monthly market letter is provided as a service for EEIA members, partners and sponsors.
CGA has released the Natural Gas Distribution DIRT Report for 2014 as a new in-depth analysis of data from the Damage Information Reporting Tool.
In 2014, the Distribution Contractors Association (DCA) and the American Gas Association (AGA) held a joint Utility Contractor Workshop to discuss ways to improve cooperation between gas utilities and contractors.
Richardson, Texas – In April, the Distribution Contractors Association (DCA) and American Gas Association (AGA) held the third annual DCA & AGA Utility Contractor Workshop in Chicago, Illinois.
DCA recently participated in the Common Ground Alliance (CGA) Annual Meeting and EXPO in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Safety excellence was recognized at the February 2015 DCA Annual Convention, where companies were rewarded for the effectiveness of their safety programs.
DCA held it’s 1st Annual Professional Development Conference (PDC) November 2-4, 2011 at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas.
President Donald Trump has been touting his proposed $1 trillion, 10-year program to fix America’s dilapidated infrastructure since being on the campaign trail, and the states have already compiled a list of critical projects they claim are ready to go.
New Orleans, Louisiana March 27-29, 2017
The 22nd Annual Safety Congress will be held March 27-29, 2017 at the Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans, Louisiana. The focus of the event for 2017 will be behavior safety.
Oklahoma City, OK, December 14, 2016
Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc., a leading Komatsu distributor, is pleased to announce the appointment of Woody Ferrell as Account Manager – Pipeline Services Division.
Trenchless International catches up with ISTT Immediate Past Chairman Dr Samuel Ariaratnam
It is a truth universally acknowledged that the trenchless industry will be constantly compared to open cut excavation - be it in costs, efficiency or emissions output. However, when Trenchless International caught up with industry stalwart Dr Samuel Ariaratnam prior to his journey to Australia as a course leader, he said the comparison was continuing a steady swing to trenchless' favour. "You can pretty much give a ball-park estimate of 20-30 per cent cost savings for opting for a trenchless method compared to an open-cut method in a built up area," he said.
Distribution Contractors Association Position Paper
Distribution Contractors Association Position Paper Cross Bore Mitigation Construction activity continues to increase across the country, underscoring the need for steadfast dedication to prevent damages to underground facilities. Cross bores, or intersections of existing underground utilities by a second utility during installation , are enduring problems carrying potentially disastrous consequences. When analyzing the underlying causes of cross bores, as well as alternative ways to address and reduce them , a lack of consistency and clarity is evident among the key stakeholders.