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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Article Sheds Light on What it Takes to Become an Approved Oil & Gas Vendor

From The Canton Repository:
Talk to local companies and you’ll find plenty like Gaspar Inc. searching for their piece of Utica Shale business. But making the cut takes more than just a good product or service. It can mean navigating vendor applications and master service agreements, extra safety training for workers and registration with vendor clearinghouses, such as ISNetworld. 
For example, Chesapeake Energy, the main shale driller in Ohio, which is building a new regional headquarters in Louisville, lays out the application process for vendors who want to do business with its Utica Shale operations on the website www.askchesapeake.com. 
Prospective vendors first have to register online with Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake. If a vendor fills a legitimate need, the application is reviewed by senior operations management and Chesapeake’s risk-management department, which might request additional information, such as Occupational Safety and Health Administration logs and a review of ISNetworld requirements, according to the website.
Read the whole article here. 

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