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June 18, 2013 by IDGA Editorial Staff
IDGA Editorial Staff
Oil and Gas companies are competing in a race to the ocean floor in a quest to win against the odds. Cornelia Noel, Head of Discipline - Subsea Hardware, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Co. (SNEPCO) explains that ‘success is all about the tight coupling of People, Process, and Technology’. The following exclusive Read more
Tags: SHELL | Deepwater | SURF Technologies | SURF
February 5, 2013 by Douglas Burdett
Douglas Burdett
Defense contractors aiming to use social media to increase awareness and preference to survive and thrive can learn valuable lessons from one of the foremost social media marketers in the world: the U.S. Army.
Tags: Social Media | U.S. Army | facebook | twitter
January 20, 2013 by Mike O'Brien
Mike O'Brien
Uncertainty over where the ax will fall in the upcoming budget cuts is causing chaos within the defense industry as projects are canceled and contractors start laying off workers. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta summed up the situation by announcing "we're all going to pay a hell of a price."
Tags: Budget cuts | Pentagon | Leon Panetta | Information Technology
November 28, 2012 by Colonel Peter Newell

What's being done to manage and lessen the Army’s reliance on fuel as an energy source? The following interview features comments from Colonel Peter Newell, Director, Rapid Equipping Force – who highlights what’s being done to sustain the force in an era of uncertain fuel supply.



You've spoken before about making the troops more Read more
Tags: Tactical Power Sources | renewable energy | Rapid Equipping Force
August 29, 2012 by Tim Unruh

The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) focuses on providing federal agencies with information, guidance, and assistance in using and increasing the use of renewable energy in federal facilities and fleets. The following interview examines the DOE’s move toward renewable energy sources, the strategies to achieving targets, and how the Read more
Tags: FEMP | Federal Energy Management Program
August 16, 2012 by Captain Roy Undersander

Over the last few years NAS JAX has executed $8.8 million in energy conservation measures. How exactly is one of the Navy’s fastest growing installations increasing energy efficiency and conservation? IDGA’s @Defense Insider recently spoke with Captain Roy Undersander, Executive Officer, Naval Air Station Jacksonville about NAS JAX’s plans for Read more
Tags: NAS Jacksonville | Navy | Energy Conservation | Green Construction | Aviation
August 9, 2012 by

What strategic plans does the Navy have in place to reduce energy consumption and increase independence from oil? What role does the ‘Great Green Fleet’ play in this goal? This article reports on the US Navy’s use of the USS NIMITZ (CVN 68) and the viability of alternative fuels at RIMPAC 2012, as well as the deployment of the Great Green Fleet Read more
Tags: Navy | Energy | Alternative Fuels | RIMPAC | Great Green Fleet | Ray Mabus
August 1, 2012 by Katherine Hammack

How is the US Army working toward greater energy efficiency in the face of shrinking budgets? The Honorable Katherine Hammack, Assistant Secretary of the Army, (Installations and Environment) recently spoke with Marissa Alvord, IDGA’s Defense Insider about the US Army Energy Initiative Task Force’s efforts toward greater renewable energy. Ms Read more
Tags: Energy | Army Energy Initiative Task Force | Katherine Hammack | renewable energy | EITF | alternative energy | net zero
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