The Roughneck analyzes political events that affect the industry and profiles people and businesses that are a part of it. The magazine covers the news that others miss because it is a part of the industry about which it writes. Opinions expressed herein are those of the staff writers and may not reflect those of the magazine's readers or advertisers.
Montreal Scientists Invent 3D Composite
6: THE DOUGLAS REPORT
Hackers Perfecting Attack Methodology to Replicate Against Power Grids + Energy Assets : Midstream at Risk
10: MONEY MATTERS
A Rose by Any Other Name...
• Money: That's What It's All About
• Interview with Igor Yusufov
16: ASSOCIATION CORNER
Governments Again Work Against Workplace Safety
18: PRODUCER PROFILE
Montney Fairway Rivals Marcellus & Utica Shale Greens
20: FOCUS ON HSE
• Draeger: Monitoring H2S
• CSA - Fake Based Shakedown: Are Their Safety Tests Fake?
• Safety Alert H2S Knock Downs
• Scientific Drilling – HSE Commitment
29: RIG COUNT, AD INDEX
30: MOST ACTIVE RIG OPERATORS
One day, a CSA manager was having a heated argument with a CSA engineer in that parking lot. The argument was hard to miss. It featured colourful language and a lot of shouting, and it was caught on film. Earlier, the CSA had taken receipt of a new product for testing. It’s what they do, they subject new products to vigorous safety testing and, if it passes these tests, CSA certifies that the product is safe for public use, acceptable for import into Canada, and for export elsewhere. Some of CSA’s tests are duration performance tests, they take time and can’t be shortened without invalidating the test results.
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