The Only Corkscrew You Need to Ring in the New Year

Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!

Have you been perusing Pinterest over the weekend, looking for the perfect cocktail recipes to make for your family, friends, and coworkers tonight? Or will you stick with something simple and easy like champagne or wine? Either way, don’t be an innocent bystander as you watch someone fumble with a low-quality corkscrew at the party tonight. Make it easy for everyone to ring in the new year by bringing your favorite corkscrew.

Happy New Year!

Rabbit Corkscrew
Rabbit Corkscrew

7 Secret Features of Custom Tally Books

Pipe Tally Book CR5
Custom Tally Books

7 Secrets yes, but only secret until you read this post. Custom tally books are essential tools for people who work in:

  • Oil fields
  • Gas fields
  • Forestry
  • Mining
  • Drilling
  • Any job that requires continual field recording of data

When you order custom tally books, you usually want your company logo and phone number on them. Here are the “secret” options that are available:

  1. Inside printing. Printing on the inside part of the vinyl cover.
  2. Stone pad instead of paper pad. This marvelous material can’t tear, and it is water resistant. Perfect for outdoor jobs in any weather.
  3. Pen loop. Don’t want to carry your pen separately? Why not have a custom vinyl pen loop built into your pipe tally book?
  4. Clear inserts. These fit into the front or back cover, on the inside, so you can insert up to 6 pages of your choosing.
  5. Junior size book, only 6″ high, instead of 8 5/16″ high. Some people prefer the junior size.
  6. Colored vinyl border, as shown in this picture. the vinyl border and your imprint are both protected with a clear vinyl cover.
  7. Stock pictures, to add a flair to your oilfield pipe tally books. Or, you can have your own picture printed in the background.

New Drilling Technique To Expand Oil Drilling In US

Oil engineers are using hydraulic fracturing to release oil from underground shale. This is the same method that gas well drillers have recently developed. This could yield as much as 2 million barrels of oil a day. That’s more than the output of the entire Gulf of Mexico. EOG Resources was the first company to use horizontal drilling to obtain shale oil. This info was obtained from AP Energy Writer, Jonathan Fahey, Feb. 10, 2011.