Every great company has a purpose. A reason to be. ‘To make money’ is rarely a powerful enough purpose to drive a company to greatness.
TRUSSVILLE, Ala., - SPOC Automation announces the launch of a new product, 'Revelation,' a pump-off controller. This pump-off controller uses pump cards, a graphical representation of the pump loads, and analyzes the information collected to make decisions, run diagnostics and optimize settings for those in the oil and gas production.
SPOC Automation is honored to be recognized by CIO Review as a "Visionary in the oil and gas sector" and as one of the 20 most promising oil and gas technology solution providers. SPOC Automation's Vice President, Ted Wilke, dives into specifics in a CIO Review article discussing a range of automation solutions that help customers increase their liability and efficiency of the equipment.
Adding Brains to the Wellhead, is the headline about SPOC Automation featured in this month's publication of Business Alabama.
Do you ever sit in traffic on a long commute to your office and think, ‘there has to be a better way to get to my job?’
In recognition of growing environmental challenges, in some states and in other parts of the world, vapor recovery is becoming mandatory. To prevent light hydrocarbon vapor emissions – and realize cost savings – smart companies are installing vapor recovery units (VRUs) near storage tanks.
Maybe the world can be divided into two kinds of people: those who patch problems and those who create solutions. If that’s the case, the people at SPOC Automation fall squarely in the second category.
Imagine driving to the field with the task of servicing your VFD. You make it to the pump, open the drive’s door and start searching for the drawings—nowhere to be found. You scan the enclosure, hoping that the last person didn’t accidentally carry them away.
And then if you’re lucky, you find them -- wet, muddy and torn, in the bottom of the pan.
Have you ever paid lots of money for a product that failed to perform? Perhaps you bought a carpet cleaner that left stains? Or a sleeping pill that kept you awake? How about a weight-loss miracle that actually added pounds?
“How much does your drive cost?” It’s the one question we hear all of the time, on the phone, in the field, during customer presentations and even at trade shows.
It’s a logical question, of course. With Google, we can ask any question and we’ve come to expect immediate answers. I’m sure you’ve done product searches where the site you visited gave you product information, specifications, features and maybe even video’s explaining all the benefits of their products, but pricing information was strangely absent. It’s a frustration we’ve all felt.