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At Nuliner Inc, we provide high-quality oilfield trucking and pipe services to clients across the Midland and Odessa, TX communities. We specialize in new pipe sales, pipe inspections, and transportation services. To learn more about our company and all that we do, keep up with us on our blog! Inspections are one of our areas of expertise simply because they ensure safety and efficiency. Oilfield pipelines should never be overlooked, especially if they’re damaged or not working properly. They are premier sources of natural gas transportation that we depend on for energy efficiency. They help keep homes and businesses comfortable indoors and don’t have a harmful effect on the environment. 

You can count on Nuliner Inc. to ensure your safety and the environment remain a safe haven by enlisting our oilfield pipeline inspection service. We’ll make sure everything underground is working as it should, and if anything is damaged, we will fix it immediately.

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Count on Nuliner Inc. for dependable oilfield pipe inspections and more near Fort Worth, TX; Pecos, TX; Denver, CO; Oklahoma City, OK and beyond! To learn more about our company and all that we do, keep up with us on our blog!

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By proadAccountId-361754 22 Sep, 2017

In the oil industry, we all know that one thing comes before all other considerations: safety. From working on the rig to trucking the oil from place to place, everyone knows to put safety first. Unfortunately, we’ve all seen – usually on the evening news – what happens when safety isn’t the first consideration.

At Nuliner Inc, we are dedicated to doing our part to make sure life on the oilfields and transportation of the oil is as safe as it can be. To start, we’ve compiled this list of tips and tricks to help drivers stay awake and be alert on the road. We hope it’s helpful to both drivers from our company and any other drivers who read it.

Be careful about lighting.

Switching from looking at bright lights to pitch black wears your eyes out before long, which makes you feel drowsy. Unfortunately, nighttime driving too often requires exactly this. Highways at night are often pitch black, punctuated only by the blinding lights of the dashboard and other cars’ headlights. To mitigate this, try lighting your vehicle with a soft red light. Turn down the brightness of the dashboard so that you can see the gauges, no more. And don’t look directly into the headlights of oncoming traffic, but look off to the side instead.

Take advantage of power naps.

Experts say that a quick 20-minute nap can help you stay alert and sharpen your motor skills. When you pull off to refuel your truck or use the facilities, take a 20-minute power nap. If you can manage to squeeze this power nap in between 1 PM and 3 PM, so much the better. But be careful: if you sleep too long, you’ll wake up groggy and disoriented. Set an alert on your phone so you can reap the best benefits from your power nap.

Keep your mind occupied with music or an audiobook.

After the first few miles, the entire highway starts to look the same. It’s easy to get bored, and when you get bored, your attention might flag or stray from the road. Instead of letting that happen, listen to some upbeat music or an audiobook. All that matters is that the book or music engages your mind and keep you awake.

Eat wisely.

Your truck won’t go far without fuel, and you won’t, either. Make sure you’re eating healthy meals, and snack regularly to keep your energy levels up. Avoid sugary and fat-laden foods, as these make you tired. While a sugar rush might be tempting, especially if your energy is flagging, when the rush wears off, you’ll feel that much more tired.

Get some exercise.

Moving around gets your blood flowing and makes you feel more awake. Add a quick walk to your regular pit stops. Just 15 minutes of walking around the parking lot or the grounds of the truck stop can work wonders for your energy level and your mood. Plus, if you do this twice a day, you’ll have made time for 30 minutes of exercise.

Staying alert on the road isn’t just a nice thing to do – it’s essential for doing your job well and safely. Following these tips can make the road a safer place for you and everyone else on it. Let’s all do our part to maintain road safety, and start by following these tips today.

By proadAccountId-361754 12 Jun, 2017

When you’re in need of oilfield trucking, choose the experts at Nuliner Inc. We have years of experience providing reliable oilfield trucking services across the Permian Basin. With a full commitment to your satisfaction, we are simply the right choice for all your oilfield trucking needs.

We make it easy for you to make that decision with our top five reasons why you should choose us for oilfield trucking. Without further ado, here they are:

  1. We’re fast. We understand that the oil business never sleeps. You can rest assured that we will get your delivery to you as quickly as we can, because we know you have a schedule to keep.
  2. We’re flexible. Need something shipped just up the road? How about across the country? Our oilfield trucking experts can complete shipments at short or long distances. It all depends on what you need.
  3. We care about the environment. The last thing you want is for your company to end up on the 6 o’clock news as the culprit behind a major oil spill. Rest assured that when it comes to oilfield trucking, we take every precaution and behave in an environmentally responsible manner.
  4. We put safety first. Health and safety are our top priorities. We make every effort to ensure that every person on our crew and on yours can go home safely at the end of the day.
  5. We are committed to your satisfaction. When it comes to oilfield trucking, we believe that the customer is always right. Trust us to always take your feedback into consideration and to make sure that your shipment arrives where it needs to be, when it needs to be there, in the way you wanted it to arrive.
If you have any further questions about our oilfield trucking services, we’re happy to answer them. Give us a call today   to learn more. We’re happy to show how we can help your operations!
By proadAccountId-361754 20 Dec, 2016

At Nuliner Inc., we are leaders in quality pipe inspection and replacement piping, but we know that not everyone is an expert in oilfield pipes and equipment. It can be hard to know when you need to have your pipes inspected. Oilfield pipes move crude oil, and even minor problems can cause major issues and safety hazards. Take a look below at some indicators that you need an inspection.

  1. Leaking – If your pipes are leaking, the issue could have been caused by any number of factors. Our technology and equipment help us to quickly find the leak and the root of the problem so that your system can be repaired.
  2. Physical damage – Sometimes physical damage can cause your pipes to burst or leak. This type of damage can typically happen because of a storm or after construction work has been done.
  3. Pipes more than 30-40 years old – Older pipes can become rusted, weak and worn over time. If your pipes are older than 30-40 years, it’s time for an inspection.

Need New Pipes?

When your piping needs to be replaced, you’ll want to choose the best quality products to fix your system. Without high performance, durable piping, your entire oilfield operation can become compromised. Don’t let faulty pipes cause you to risk the safety of your crew or the integrity of your heavy-duty equipment. Nuliner Inc. can offer you affordable and long-lasting piping for a variety of applications. We offer both new and used pipes to meet your needs and your budget.

Types of Piping Available:

  • Seamless
  • Pressure Tubing
  • ERW
  • Continuous Weld
  • DSAW
  • Fusion Bond
  • Special Items

Be sure to contact our team when you need pipe inspections or new equipment! We serve Midland, TX; Odessa, TX ; Houston, TX; Fort Worth, TX; and more!

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