Barbara Adams

Freelance business writer

Location icon United States of America

Award-winning B2B copywriter helping corporate, non-profit, oil and gas, petrochemical, and industrial clients market their message. I've written effective effective websites, trade articles, case studies, white papers, brochures, media releases, coffee table books, corporate histories, and more. My essays and editorials have been published in mass market and specialized publications and newspapers.

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Water Technology Online
02/17/2017
Condensate harvesting: The benefits of reusing HVAC water | Water Technology

It is a typical, muggy August afternoon in Houston, but Erik Knezevich, P.E., is feeling super-chilled. The former Rice University facilities project manager is standing inside the massive air conditioning unit that cools Brockman Hall for Physics on the north end of campus.

North American Oil & Gas Pipelines
08/17/2015
How Technology Provides Stability in an Era of Low Prices

If the rig count were the only gauge used to measure the health of oil and gas activity in Texas's Eagle Ford shale, some observers might conclude that the patient's typically "stable" condition could reasonably be escalated to "serious." After all, as crude oil prices have fallen, so have the number of active Eagle Ford rigs.

Pgjonline
08/09/2015
Pigging Takes Aim at Paraffin Content in Shale Play Pipes

At a meeting of the American Fuel and Petrochemical Association, Michael Wojchiechowski, an economist at global energy consultant Wood Mackenzie, referred to the production from U.S. shale deposits as a "tight-oil tidal wave" - in other words, a large, unstoppable, liquid force.

Pgjonline
Sharing Challenges In The Eagle Ford Shale

Like most stories about Texas, the one that's being written in the Eagle Ford shale is full of big dreams, big dollars, and big results. The play itself is huge, covering an area of 20,000 square miles, it spans 25 south-central Texas counties and is roughly the size of Croatia.

Houston Chronicle
A normal life with epilepsy

On Sept. 14, University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill, who has epilepsy, suffered a seizure at halftime during the Golden Gophers' contest against Western Illinois. Afterward, Minneapolis Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan suggested that Kill had no business guiding the Gopher program.

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