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Conti Solar, a leader in distributed generation solar facility construction,

announces 44.5MW of DG projects underway in Massachusetts.

By Alan Dorich, Knighthouse Media Senior Editor

With a large market presence in the Northeast, Conti Solar has found a great deal of success building distributed generation solar facilities. DG facilities are generally under 20 megawatts (MW) in size. “The DG market is unique in New England. Conti’s ability to leverage its extensive infrastructure, deep solar expertise and flexibility has expanded our opportunities,” Regional Manager Sean Harrington said.

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CAM Integrated Solutions believes its strong employee culture creates better results for its energy clients.

By Tim O’Connor, Knighthouse Media Senior Editor

Craig Pierrotti has seen it happen countless times: Engineering firms start reaching the end a project and employees start jumping onto other projects, unnecessarily in most cases, in order to maintain their utilization and protect themselves from the mass layoffs that often accompany the completion of oil and gas projects.

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CountryMark is meeting new fuel quality demands after completing a capital improvement project. 

By Kat Zeman, Knighthouse Media Senior Editor

After making a major capital investment into its oil refinery, CountryMark has created the flexibility to meet its customers' changing product demands. The Indianapolis-based company invested a total of roughly $80 million into its oil refinery in Mt. Vernon, Ind.

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Eureka Midstream’s reconstructed ownership and pipeline interconnect project position it for growth.  

By Kat Zeman

A well-positioned midstream operator in U.S. shale plays, Eureka Midstream is preparing for growth. The Houston-based company owns and operates more than 205 miles of gas gathering systems and 15 interconnects in the Ohio River Valley. It is under new ownership and in the process of developing four new pipeline interconnections.

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Eagle Pipe is working to continue growing its footprint

and tapping qualified talent and partnerships.

By Bianca Herron

Jared Light and Brandon Dewan founded Eagle Pipe with one goal in mind in 2013: to buy American, provide best-in-class information and technology, and new levels of customer service and transparency.

Five years later, Eagle Pipe is a full-service distributor of oilfield tubulars supporting exploration and production as well as midstream companies across the United States in all major plays.

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Delek Logistics focuses on expanding its assets organically

through customer commitment and acquisitions. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Delek Logistics Partners is investing in and acquiring assets that will expand its ability to transport and store crude oil and refined products for its parent company and external customers. Delek US Holdings Inc. formed the master limited partnership (MLP) in 2012 to be the “logistics arm” of its growing refining and marketing business.

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J-Wood Contracting provides exemplary and safe pipeline services

throughout the Marcellus and Utica shales.

By Jim Harris

Since its founding in 2005, J-Wood Contracting Inc. has become known throughout the Marcellus and Utica shale regions for its expertise and impeccable safety record.

Based in Elkview, W.V., J-Wood is a leading oil and gas pipeline services company that can take on large-scale projects. The company owns roughly $8 million worth of equipment assets and has a working capital line of credit of $12.5 million. “We are well-positioned in high-growth shale plays, which is driving tremendous earnings growth,” the company says.

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Heatec builds on its heater and storage tank business by offering innovative technologies

and facility design services.

By Tim O’Connor

When customers trust a vendor, they look for ways to expand that relationship. A successful partnership soon begs the question: “What else can you do for me?”

For 45 years, Heatec has been providing the answer.

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