NexGen

NexGen Energy Ltd. prepares for growing uranium demand

with its high-grade Arrow deposit in the Athabasca Basin.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Saskatchewan, Canada is the second-largest uranium-producing region in the world – representing 16 percent of global production, according to the Fraser Institute. In the midst of this uranium-rich province, acquisition, exploration and development company NexGen Energy Ltd. is working Canada’s largest development-stage uranium deposit.

Light Tower

Light Tower Rentals not only plans to expand its products and reach this year,

but also continue training employees to offer the best service to customers.

By Bianca Herron

John Avary and Ted Hogan started Light Tower Rentals (LTR) Inc. in 1994 as a diversified specialty equipment rental company focused on oil and gas operations in the Permian Basin area. Today, the Permian-based company services more than 500 companies in the energy and construction markets.

Apex Rem

Apex Remington forms two new supply partnerships to increase efficiencies on the oilfield

and realize cost-savings for its customers.

By Janice Hoppe

Apex Remington Inc. differentiates itself as a piping supply company by focusing on customer service. “We try to develop those relationships into more than just doing a business transaction,” Vice President of Operations Harry Smith says. “We want customers to feel like they are part of the solution.”

Texas Pacifico

Texas Pacifico Transportation takes on the monumental task of rebuilding

the Presidio-Ojinaga International Bridge in hopes of diversifying and expanding.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Transporting sand by rail to oil wells for use in hydraulic fracturing is more than 80 percent of Texas Pacifico Transportation’s business. To protect itself against market downturns in the future, the company is focused on diversifying the commodities it moves and upgrading infrastructure to do so.

Kinder Morgan

Kinder Morgan has become the largest energy infrastructure company in the United States, and Kinder Morgan Treating is a unique part of the multi-faceted corporation.

By Eric Slack

Everyone in the energy industry is well aware of the juggernaut that is Kinder Morgan. The largest energy infrastructure company in the United States, Kinder Morgan owns an interest in or operates approximately 84,000 miles of pipelines and approximately 180 terminals. Its pipelines transport natural gas, gasoline, crude oil, carbon dioxide (CO2) and more. The company’s terminals store and handle petroleum products, chemicals and other products.

Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) is a publicly traded C-Corp and does not have any master limited partnerships. In August 2014, KMI announced that it would acquire all of the publicly held shares/units of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP), Kinder Morgan Management (KMR) and El Paso Pipeline Partners (EPB) in an approximately $76 billion transaction. The transaction closed in November 2014. Kinder Morgan is now one publicly traded company with a ticker on the New York Stock Exchange of KMI.

Domino

Domino Highvoltage Supply draws on the resources of its parent company to expand its distribution services into large material management projects.

By Jim Harris

Early next year, work will begin on the Fort Mac West 500kv Transmission Project, an immense infrastructure project that includes adding approximately 500 kilometers – 310.6 miles – of new energy transmission lines within northern Alberta.

Procuring and managing the electrical lines, poles and other materials necessary for a project of this scale can be a highly daunting task. Domino Highvoltage Supply Inc., the company handling the procurement and material management for the Fort Mac West project, is more than up to the challenge.

“Material management for projects is a growing area of work for us,” says Peter Siemens, vice president of the Vancouver-based power product distribution company. “We are uniquely positioned to be one of the few companies that can manage projects like this start to finish.”

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