Tag Archives: oil and gas

Noise Is Universal and Can Be Managed

Publication: Greeley Tribune Date: May 26, 2018 By Dan Larson Drilling and completing an oil and gas well is a noisy business. The motors, pumps and equipment all make noise, which neighbors usually consider a nuisance for the operator to manage. Lately, the oil and gas industry has made tremendous strides in reducing noise generated […]

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Tennessee Oil and Gas Poised for Revival

Publication: American Oil and Gas Reporter Issue: April 2018 By Dan Larson Confronted by the immense volume of natural gas produced in the Marcellus, the energy industry in Tennessee faces a “new reality” as it seeks markets for its production, according to industry executives. Oil development has seen a modest increase in activity in parts […]

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Mad Man, Neutron Jack and a Gentlewoman

Let’s have a look at three perspectives on leadership from three unrelated sources notable because because all three are exiting the spotlight at this time. First up is fictional 1960s advertising man Don Draper reinventing himself, again, as the television series Mad Men wrapped up its seven-season run last weekend. Often cryptic, cynical or sharply […]

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About Dan

Creative, Reliable, Perceptive, Professional A skillful communicator with extensive, relevant experience and a record of success. Dan Larson knows business. He knows how to tell an interesting story for the right audience. For more than three decades he’s been right in the middle of vital industries making critical decisions. Dan is a quick-study; he’s a […]

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