You don’t have to have decades of experience in the oil industry to understand that a loss in circulation can be one of the most catastrophic problems to hinder a project. In some cases it might just result in a minor loss of drilling fluid, but it also hasn’t been unheard of to cause fatalities. As such, this is something that is always taken seriously – and professionals are paid huge sums of money to ensure that the correct measures are taken. Continue reading “The Steps behind Loss Circulation Material Choices”
The title of this post might appear to be a little bizarre on first glance; after all, helping the jobless should theoretically involve the same strategies year-on-year. However, it’s only recently that crowdsourcing initiatives have come to light and while these were once only associated with businesses, they are now proving to be hugely popular in other regards like this. Continue reading “How to Help the Jobless 2014”
Maersk. That one word is the name of a company, one which affects your life a great deal considering it’s likely you’ve never heard of it. The giant Danish conglomerate (also known as A.P. Møller – Maersk Group) is involved in a wide variety of different sectors of business. The one we’re going to focus on is its shipping arm, known as Maersk Line. Since 1996, Maersk has been the largest container ship operator on the planet. The multi-billion dollar operation is slowly but surely changing how it works, and these changes could have pretty major effects on the shipping industry as a whole. Continue reading “Green Shipping: Putting the Pressure On”
Summer is here – let’s hear a BIG cheer!
Now whether you are getting ready for a cruise around the world, a trip to Paris or simply a few days away to the coast, Boots are keen to let all women know that they can lend a helping hand with the holiday packing process… whether it’s finding the right suncream, insect spray, fake tan, sunglasses etc etc etc Boots wants women all over the UK to ‘Feel Good’ this summer. Continue reading “‘Feel Good’ for summer!”