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News Article | November 29, 2016
Site: www.prweb.com

Oildex, a service of Transzap, Inc. (“Oildex”) and the largest cloud-based financial supply chain automation solution in the oil and gas industry, is proud to announce it was named as a finalist for the Colorado Technology Association APEX Awards. Oildex was nominated in the Project of the Year category for the development of its game-changing technology, OpenInvoice Field Ticket. The APEX Awards recognize Colorado’s technology excellence, highlighting remarkable leaders and innovators. Since 2001, the Colorado Technology Association has hosted this prestigious event bringing together the community and celebrating the exceptional people, companies and accomplishments of the year. This year, Oildex was recognized for its customer-centric approach in developing a product that analysts say will save the oil and gas industry billions of dollars a year. PayStream Advisors’ Director of Research and Consulting stated, “This field ticket technology has the potential to be a game-changer in the large-scale upstream oil and gas sector. Given an average savings of $7 per field ticket in labor, PayStream Advisors, a Levvel Company estimates an average savings of 4.1 cents per barrel of oil produced, totaling approximately $840M in savings for the top 10 producers alone. Coupled with an ability to pay invoices earlier that offer early-payment discounts, this savings further increases to over $1.4 Billion in savings to those top 10 providers.” The 15th annual APEX Awards winners were named during their annual awards banquet at the Seawell Grand Ballroom in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Ten awards were given over nine categories. Nominees were judged by key thought leaders in the Colorado technology community who have expertise related to the categories they are judging. About Oildex Oildex transforms the way oil and gas companies manage their financial operations. As the market leader and innovator of cloud-based solutions for oil and gas financial supply chain automation, Oildex provides functionality that is built for the industry, eliminates paper-based processes, and provides analytics for greater financial insight. The Oildex technology platform includes: digital and scanned invoice processing (SpendworksTM and OpenInvoiceTM), owner relations web portals (Owner Relations), royalty check stub detail and reporting (CDEX), joint interest bill processing (JIB), crude oil data exchange (CODE), gas plant document exchange (GPEX), production and sales volume reporting and much more. Oildex is a privately held company backed by Accel-KKR and is headquartered in Denver, Colorado with offices in Houston, TX and Calgary, Canada. About Colorado Technology Association The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) leads the network of companies and professionals fueling Colorado's economy, through technology. Since 1994, the association has represented Colorado’s technology industry, one of the fastest growing industries in the state. The CTA leads an inclusive network that benefits our member community, advocates for a pro-business and technology-friendly climate, influences the development of a robust talent pipeline and leads initiatives to help companies grow. For more information on Colorado Technology Association, please call 303.592.4070 or visit ColoradoTechnology.org.


News Article | March 2, 2017
Site: www.prweb.com

Oildex, a service of Transzap, Inc. (“Oildex”) and the leading provider of cloud-based financial supply chain automation solutions connecting buyers with suppliers and operators with mineral rights owners, has announced the release of new capabilities that provide a single, secure oil and gas data ecosystem and enhanced functionality that is tailored to the needs of field operators and water haulers. The North American oil and gas industry is awash in paper, distributing millions of documents each month between business partners as a record of their business transactions. As the largest and most widely used business network in the North American oil and gas industry, Oildex enables business partners to connect once and access all, significantly improving operational efficiencies by automating key business processes, eliminating the high costs and errors of paper, and providing access to key data to make more informed business decisions. Many office environments have adopted business automation, but manual paper-based processing is still quite common in the field. Last year, Oildex introduced a field ticket solution that closes the inefficiency gap. With the latest release of OpenInvoice 17.0, electronic field tickets can now collect and deliver specific water hauling activity information—critical data that operators use for in-depth analysis. Water haulers, on the flip side, will see quicker approvals and payments. The introduction of reporting functionality provides both operators and water haulers with greater visibility, allowing them to manage tickets more efficiently. Many oil and gas production accounting teams struggle to efficiently process run ticket and statement data. With Oildex’s Run Ticket and Run Statement (CODE) solutions, teams eliminate time consuming manual processing, improve data accuracy, maintain better stakeholder visibility, and realize significant cost savings. Now offered on Oildex’s new platform technology, run ticket and statement data are now available in a centralized database for all oil and gas organizations, professionals, and partners. “Oildex’s automation technology allows oil producers and purchasers to streamline how they send, receive, verify, cross-reference and upload production information,” says Oildex CTO, Michael Weiss. “Products like Oildex’s Field Ticket and Run Ticket give back time to perform high-value tasks while increasing savings.” Watch for additional announcements about Oildex’s ticket offerings and business partnerships in the coming days. About Oildex Oildex transforms the way oil and gas companies manage their financial operations. As the market leader and innovator of cloud-based solutions for financial supply chain automation, Oildex provides functionality that is built for the industry, eliminates paper-based processes, and provides analytics for greater financial insight. The Oildex technology platform includes: digital and scanned invoice processing (OpenInvoiceTM), owner relations web portals (Owner Relations), royalty check stub detail and reporting (CDEX), joint interest bill processing (JIB), crude oil data exchange (CODE), gas plant document exchange (GPEX), production and sales volume reporting and much more. Oildex is a privately held company backed by Accel-KKR and is headquartered in Denver, Colorado with offices in Houston, TX and Calgary, Canada. Learn more about Oildex at http://www.oildex.com.


Gaudin P.,University of Poitiers | Jacquot R.,CDEX | Marion P.,CDEX | Pouilloux Y.,University of Poitiers | Jerome F.,University of Poitiers
ChemSusChem | Year: 2011

Rubbing the right way: The direct etherification of glycerol with long-chain alcohols typically suffers from poor contact between the reaction phases. A dodecylbenzene sulfonic acid catalyst enables a better contact between the glycerol and alcohol phases, enhancing the yield of monoalkyl glyceryl ethers and offering a direct route for the synthesis of these surfactants. Copyright © 2011 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.


An enhanced photoemission spectroscopy (EPS) system uses at least three photoelectric detection processes to identify a substance or substances in a target. The target can be in a container, and the EPS system accounts for this in the identification process. The photoelectric detection processes include Raman scattering, fluorescence and spectral reflection. The EPS system uses all three processes to generate spectral data that is then combined to derive a target signature. The target signature is then compared to stored signature data to determine the substance or substances in the target.


An enhanced photoemission spectroscopy (EPS) system uses at least three photoelectric detection processes to identify a substance or substances in a target. The target can be in a container, and the EPS system accounts for this in the identification process. The photoelectric detection processes include Raman scattering, fluorescence and spectral reflection. The EPS system uses all three processes to generate spectral data that is then combined to derive a target signature. The target signature is then compared to stored signature data to determine the substance or substances in the target.


A handheld or portable detection system with a high degree of specificity and accuracy, capable of use at small and substantial standoff distances (e.g., greater than 12 inches) is utilized to identify specific substances and mixtures thereof in order to provide information to officials for identification purposes and assists in determinations related to the legality, hazardous nature and/or disposition decision of such substance(s). The system uses a synchronous detector and visible light filter to enhance detection capabilities.


A handheld or portable detection system with a high degree of specificity and accuracy, capable of use at small and substantial standoff distances (e.g., greater than 12 inches) is utilized to identify specific substances and mixtures thereof in order to provide information to officials for identification purposes and assists in determinations related to the legality, hazardous nature and/or disposition decision of such substance(s). The system uses a synchronous detector and visible light filter to enhance detection capabilities.


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Cdex | Date: 2012-10-16

Apparatus for performing chemical analysis of substances using spectral analysis to analyze compounded pharmaceuticals for identifying the drug, the dose, and the diluents for use in laboratories and pharmacies using a commercial spectrometer and solid state laser which are contained inside the apparatus.


News Article | October 2, 2007
Site: techcrunch.com

I had my run-ins with meth during college. For reasons unknown to me, Oregon is a meth hotbed. Take a drive down to the coast and most of the houses you see boarded-up are meth labs. Corvallis, my home for four years, was full of meth labs and I’m sad to say a few friends were sucked into it. Sure, they cleaned the hell out of the house, but they also didn’t sleep for days. Has anyone seen Spun? Every state, especially Oregon, should keep a close eye on what CDEX is doing. The Arizona-based company is having their Meth Scanner tested by the sheriff’s department in Tucson. A UV light is emitted from the lamps and it instantly detects whether or not a substance is meth to one tenth of one millionth of a gram. Production of the device is expected later this year and it should cost about $500 to $600. Future models will eventually detect other drugs and explosives. High tech “Meth Scanner” detects meth on clothes, skin [via The Raw Feed]

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