“Technical” Means What?
In our site description on the blog header, we write “Your One-Stop Source for Unique Technical Website Content.” Now, I expect that you are pretty clear on “unique” and “website content”, but you are probably asking yourself “Technical means what?”
Well, there are a lot of diffferent “technical” areas that we can – and do – address. You can see some examples on this blog in the page called “Example Content Pages” and the pages below “Example Content Pages.”
What we covered there (to date) are:
- a technical description of a new system for extracting geothermal energy from deep in the Earth’s crust. This was published in an online UK industry magazine called IF&P – Industrial Fuels and Power.
- blog articles that address the petroleum refining industry in general, and specifically
- a power play by a banking consortium to squeeze a refining company into new terms or bankruptcy,
- what the decision process is to select the refining processes to produce different product slates (more gasoline, more light heating oil/Diesel fuel, etc.), and
- some articles on technical details in the refining business
- There are more to come, but I would rather write for you than just to sit here on one of my blogs! Drop me a line via the contact request form in the sidebar – I will answer as best I can.
“Technical” can cover a wide range of subjects, and I have experience with many different areas, including everthing that you do in a refinery or petrochemical plant, plus designing and building ports and mooring facilities, pipeline construction and operation, enterprise software systems like SAP and Oracle, website generation and repair (html, php, and WordPress are preferred, but flash sites can be fit in as well), commodities trading, joint venture management, project management, engineering in general, city and neighbourhood planning, project initiation and development, automobile construction, auto repairs, bicycles, motorcycles, household devices, wood- and metal-working, and so on…
Give it a whirl? Use the contact request form in the sidebar! Thanks!