Iron Mountain experts discuss records management solutions for energy and oil & gas companies. Get practical advice and best practices on ways to improve the inefficiencies involved in managing both your physical and digital records.

Geological Core Storage Facility Opening Soon

Iron Mountain's first geologic core storage facility opens on April 1 in Houston, Texas. Keep core and cuttings secure, and analyze them in this facility.

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Consistent Compliance Practices in the Oil & Gas Industry

Consistent compliance practices in records and information management (RIM) are not easy for any organization to achieve. For oil and gas companies that conduct business across multiple states or countries, things can get even trickier. Not only must they ensure that all their records and information are indexed and classified across all […]

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Let It Go: Parting With Legacy Oil and Gas Records

This year’s Oscar-winning song serves as some terrific advice: Oil and gas companies may want (and need) to preserve and mine some of their valuable legacy records and destroy what they no longer need. In fact, many of those legacy records scattered around your organization are important. They might hold […]

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Oil and Gas Records and Retiring Engineers

For the past several years, records and information management professionals in the oil and gas industry have wrestled with a significant issue: How to capture legacy subsurface and pipeline records and transfer that data to the right personnel and repositories prior to the mass departure of a generation of engineers. […]

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Disaster Planning: Essential in the Oil & Gas Industry

Many factors contribute to making disaster an ever-present threat to companies in the oil and gas industry. Often, terrain and environment present heightened risks, as do the specialized equipment and the nature of the product itself – hydrocarbons. Regardless of the cause,  disasters happen and must be properly planned for. […]

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