Tag Archives: Natural Gas Training

When Onsite Energy Training Makes Economic Sense

By John Ferrare, Enerdynamics’ CEO At the public seminars we host across the country, I often meet groups of attendees from the same company who are taking advantage of our buy-three-get-the-fourth-free policy. It’s not unusual to see the same company … Continue reading

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Gas-to-Liquids: What Is It and How May It Change the Natural Gas Marketplace? Part II

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor NOTE: In Part I of this article we discussed what GTL is and how it works. Part II looks at where GTL is becoming a major market player as well as if and how GTL … Continue reading

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Natural Gas Wellhead: What It Does and How It Works

As part of our “What in the World Wednesday” contest on our Facebook page, we posted this photo and asked our followers to tell us what it is. Below is the answer as well as a quick summary of what … Continue reading

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Why Solving the Natural Gas Fracking Conundrum Matters – A LOT!

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor In our earlier blog posts, The Natural Gas Fracking Debate: What Is Fracking and Why Does It Matter?, we discussed the environmental issues involved with fracking. Our discussion examined why it is unclear … Continue reading

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