ISSAQUAH, WA NAESsm Corporation, a broad-based provider of services to the energy industry, announces it has opened a new facility for its Industrial Services division in Sulphur, Louisiana. The company is holding an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at the facility on Carbide Drive today. The event will be attended by the Sulphur Mayor and City Council Members, as well as executives from NAES and employees from local refining and processing companies.
Sugar Land—November 12, 2013—Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)— Over the next five years new build power plant construction in the U.S. will be focused on renewables and natural gas. These two fuel classifications will account for 97% of the new build construction in the U.S. during 2014 -2018, according to a recent analysis of Industrial Info’s North America Industrial Project Database.
ISSAQUAH, WA NAESsm Corporation, a broad-based provider of services to the energy industry, announced it has entered into a strategfic alliance with GEA EGI Contracting/Engineering Col, Ltd to market and install the Circumix Dense Slurry System (DSS) technology in North America.
ISSAQUAH, WA – NAESsm Corporation, a broad-based provider of services to the energy industry, announced that Gainesville Renewable Energy Center (GREC), a 100 MW biomass plant operated by NAES located in Gainesville, Florida, was a nominee for Project Engineering Magazine’s Bioenergy Project of the Year.
Gainesville Renewable Energy Center (GREC), a 100 MW biomass plant operated by NAES Corporation, has been nominated for the Power Engineering magazine Bioenergy Project of the Year. The Project of the Year Awards recognize the world's best power projects, honoring excellence in design, construction and operation of power generation facilities. The award winners - nominated by the industry and selected by a panel of Power Engineering judges - are announced and presented with awards recognizing their exceptional contributions to the power generation industry.
NAESsm Corporation will highlight its value added services at the 2013 Power-Gen International Conference & Exhibition being held November 12-14, 2013 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
For over 30 years NAES has provided services centered on safety, compliance, reliability and efficiency. Today's environment of changing regulations and requirements, in combination with an aggressively priced electricity market, are ratcheting up safety, compliance, and cost-effectiveness concerns among plant owners.
NAESsm Corporation announces the addition of Kevin Taylor as Senior Vice President of Engineering & Construction. Kevin will lead the engineering and construction business of NAES in the power generation, oil & gas, and petrochemical markets with a focus on the safe execution of services and work products while also meeting customer needs in compliance, cost-effectiveness, schedule and quality as part of NAES growth strategy.
Join NAES at the 2013 ABC Golden Triangle annual conference on October 24, 2013 in Beaumont, Texas.
Ask us about our latest field service project, turnaround project or overhaul and talk with Jimmy Couch, Sr. Business Development Manager for NAES Industrial Services, to learn why NAES is a preferred provider of maintenance and construction services in the processing and refining industry.
NAESsm Corporation, a broad-based provider of services to the energy industry, announces the addition of Tom French as Vice President of Quality Assurance. Tom will update and manage the application of quality assurance and quality control procedures within the maintenance and construction group to assure compliance with applicable codes and standards as part of NAES growth strategy.
Written by Mike Rhodes, Editor of Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide and published in the July-August 2013 issue.
Owners and operators of power plants face constant pressure to produce power at higher levels of efficiencies, while meeting increasingly stringent emissions compliance requirements and weathering constantly fluctuating market demands.