1-16-19

Henderson Rigs Dreams Big

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In April of 2016, we leased our first 5,000 square foot facility and were in the process of applying for our own API Q1 license. For the previous three years, we’d been growing the business very carefully, while focusing on providing our customers a very unique and satisfying experience.
Today, we employ nearly200 full-time employees, occupy more than 200,000 square feet of warehouse and workshop spanning five facilities across thousands of miles, and have a dozen API licenses or certifications. My dream of creating a new kind of service company is now shared by some of the most respected industry veterans and professionals in the O&G industry, and I remain humbled and grateful. Read more…
Growing a business fast comes with many challenges, particularly when you mix inacquisitions, opening new facilities, integrations and plant consolidations, acquiring talent, and a moving target in the price of oil.
However, we’ve managed to do so responsibly and intentionally by having a big vision while remaining focused on the building blocks required for a solid foundation. We continue to pursue our goal of being our customers’ first call, while making an impact in the lives ofour peoplecommunities, and industry. Yes, we actually do all of that. Not always perfectly, but nevertheless, we are striving to be great; a Small Giant.
Humble, Kind, & Hungry
Humbly, we acknowledge that the industry has taken notice, and we are honored, and are committed in remaining responsible in our determination of doing the right thing, no matter the cost.
We believe handshakes still matter, and that truth and transparency always prevail. Our team has been working very hard over the past year in preparation for what we all believe will be at least a few years of needed stability. I can say with confidence that we are ready, thanks largely to many of our customers who have provided us with numerousopportunities to serve them, and the grace we needed when we missed the mark. Thank you!
This year is a year of focus for our team; on improving our systems and processes, efficiencies, communication, and overall customer experience. If you’d like to experience the difference, we welcome you to contact us.
Dan Henderson, CEO

Canada

‘We need to work together’: Former Wet’suwet’en elected chief on moving on from pipeline protests   CBC.ca

Varcoe: Amid protests, there are Indigenous leaders who favour GasLink pipeline Calgary Herald  As opposing protests began outside of the Calgary headquarters of TransCanada Corp. over the contentious Coastal GasLink pipeline, Stephen …

Notley says she’s heard nothing from Ottawa on moving oil by rail  Calgary Herald.  Premier Rachel Notley urged the federal government “to step up” and help Alberta’s energy industry get its product to market during a news …

Breakenridge: If Trudeau didn’t cancel public meetings, why should NDP?  Calgary Herald.  No doubt a hypothetical NDP opposition would be deeply suspicious of … protesters in northern B.C. who are trying to block a natural gas pipeline.


Alaska

AGDC audit recommends minor changes, additional report forthcoming
Alaska Gasline Development Corp. officials by and large have spent $433.3 million in line with the requirements tied to that money but missed the mark on other, smaller legislative mandates and in-house rules, according to a special Legislative Audit Division review of the state-owned corporation.

Hilcorp plans $340M investment in Alaska for 2019
After completing its Cook Inlet pipeline project in 2018, Hilcorp is planning to keep its monetary investment about the same in Alaska going into 2019. More of the investment will be in drilling now that the $90-million Cook Inlet pipeline project is complete, said Hilcorp Senior Vice President…

IGU postpones decision on North Slope pad
The Interior Gas Utility board of directors last week postponed a resolution that would direct the utility not to take control of a North Slope gravel pad that is now being considered as an income opportunity.


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About the Author:

Dave Harbour, publisher of Northern Gas Pipelines, is a former Chairman of the Regulatory Commission of Alaska, a Commissioner Emeritus of NARUC, NARUC's Official Representative to IOGCC and Vice Chairman of NARUC's Gas Committee. He served as Gas Committee Chairman of the Western Conference of Public Service Commissioners. He also served as commissioner of the Anchorage Bicentennial Commission and the Anchorage Heritage Land Bank Commission.He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree: English, at Colorado State University, a Master of Science Degree: Communications-Journalism at Murray State University and graduated from Utility Regulatory School for Commissioners at Michigan State University. He served as a Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs at Alaska Pacific University, taught bank marketing classes at the University of Alaska and was an English teacher at Los Alamos High School.Harbour served in ranks of Private - Captain during a 4-year assignment with the Army in Korea, Idaho, Georgia and Fort Meade and received the Meritorious Service Medal among other commendations.Harbour is also a past Chairman of the Alaska Council on Economic Education, the Alaska Oil & Gas Association Government Affairs Committee, the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, the Export Council of Alaska and the Department of Commerce's District Export Council. He is a past President of the Alaska Press Club, American Bald Eagle Foundation, Consumer Energy Alliance-Alaska and Common Sense for Alaska.Harbour was instrumental in founding the American Bald Eagle Research Institute (UAS), the Alaska Support Industry Alliance, the Downtown Anchorage Business Partnership, and Arctic Power.He also served as CEO of several small Alaska organizations, including the Anchorage Parking Authority and Action Security, Inc. Harbour is also Chairman Emeritus of the Alaska Oil & Gas Congress.Harbour's wife, Nancy, is a professional, performing arts administrator and his three boys, Todd, Benjamin and William work in the fields of environmental management, energy marketing and medicine.
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