Features Energy

Gord Helm – Fourth State Energy

“Garbage” is a catch-all term. But take a look at your own trash, or the mountainous landfills that have piled up over time and you’ll see that trash is not homogenous, and its contents are in no way created equal. Garbage changes weekly, seasonally and geographically, and it is composed of vastly different products and […]

Amit Basu – International Seaways

The petroleum shipping industry can be cyclical in nature, ebbing and flowing with global oil’s supply and demand. Adding to that challenge are the shifting tides of the world economy—and those tides are certainly moving—with unpredictable weather conditions, geopolitical events, acts of God and regulatory changes. To survive this volatility—even thrive—a shipping company needs a business strategy for managing uncertainties and […]

Leonard Brinson – SJI

Think of it as a technological heart transplant. At least, that’s how Leonard Brinson describes a physical data center migration that he and his team successfully completed—over Labor Day weekend, no less. It was indeed a delicate and complicated operation: With renovations underway on South Jersey Industries’ corporate offices, the data center was disconnected, transported […]

Richard Loew – Motiva Enterprises

When Richard Loew arrived at Motiva Enterprises in March 2017, in the midst of the company’s transition from a joint venture to a standalone entity, one project loomed largest on his radar: transitioning the organization from a fully outsourced IT model. That was the plan, anyway. “It became very clear very quickly that the model […]

Mark Duening – U.S. Venture

Should anyone still need convincing that a corporate info-tech department is more investment than cost, they’d be well-advised to consider the progress that U.S. Venture has made on Mark Duening’s watch. A heavyweight in the distribution and marketing of energy, automotive and lubricant products in the United States and Canada, the Wisconsin company was behind […]

Richard Hannah – Gibsons

Since 1953, Gibsons has been one of those essential but somewhat low-key companies. As a midstream energy company, it stores and ships crude oil and other petroleum products from production exploration companies in the North American basin to consumer markets downstream. Without Gibsons, countless industrial operations would be out of oil and out of luck. […]

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