Enertech in the News
February 13, 2017

Amarillo Safety Day and Mock Line Strike Success!

Amarillo Media


February 3, 2017

February Product of Month!


Xchange creates a superior visualization of your stakeholder audience data. This allows a better understanding and decision making process in the identification, geographical outreach and spatial accuracy of stakeholder audiences.

Click here for more details about our innovative product!

Visualization in the Google Map Platform


  • Being able to visualize stakeholder data along centerlines gives you the ability to improve your program’s accuracy by understanding the quality of spatial data used in your public awareness program.

Search and Export Stakeholder Audience Data


  • Provides the ability to access all records identified and mailed in a public awareness, damage prevention or integrity management program.

Enhanced Google Maps Functionality


  • Provides the ability to create maps to assist in audits, incidents, program development and interdepartmental projects.

Document Storage by Program


  • This document storage system provides you a repository by program of all program related documents.


  • 24/7 company wide access
  • Mobile accessible
    • Android and IPhone
    • Surface or IPad
    • Laptops and Desktops

Program Flexibility

  • Multiple departments and programs are supported

No Software

  • Web Based no software necessary
February 2, 2017

February Employee Spotlight

LaShea Bell





Name: Matt Gerlach


Position: Project Manager


Degree: Masters in Business Administration (MBA)


Day in the Life:  Spending time with my wife Ashley, my 2 kids Grace (2yrs) and Gabe (6mo), and our dog Jack.  I spend most of the time chasing the kids around or preparing for the next day.


Hobbies: Green Bay Packers, Kansas Jayhawks, anything regarding sports in general, Traveling, Movies, Good TV shows, Music (anything except country), Guys trips with my buddies.


Fun Fact: I try and attend at least 1 Green Bay Packer game every year.


January 10, 2017

January Product of the Month

LaShea Bell

Public Awareness Program

Innovation. Service. Experience.




Enertech’s innovative customized public awareness programs allows your company to deliver your required messaging to your stakeholders.  This allows for proper effectiveness measurement of your program thru your stakeholders.

Customize program includes:

GIS processes using parcel data that increases data accuracy

Internal graphic design group to help build your company specific brochures

Web based Xchange Documentation System allows for enterprise wide access to stakeholder audience data and documentation reports


Enertech possess a service based culture that is responsive and accurate to you and your program’s needs.   Our goal is when your public awareness program is completed that you a satisfied with the service level you received in producing it.


The staff at Enertech has the regulatory, industry and production based knowledge to complete efficient and effective public awareness programs.  This experience leads to improved program results and satisfactory audits.

For more information contact:

Madison Mason 

Cell: 501-590-7827



Austin Woodard 

Cell: 316-304-1348


November 8, 2016

November Employee Spotlight



Name: Randy Ouellette

Position: GIS Analyst

Previously appeared on Saved by the Bell; Saved by the Bell: The College Years; and Saved by the Bell: The New Class. Although Randy appeared in several different television programs, Randy made a concerted effort to keep his ideals fundamentally the same through its various incarnations.

Randy demonstrated a flair for business throughout his teen years (Saved by the Bell). However, in many subjects (notably history and literature), he is often seen receiving poor grades or displaying lack of interest. And it has to be mentioned that he outclassed Jessie in “The Election” for student president another area he demonstrated his natural talent for leadership. Despite this, Randy achieved a very high score of 1502 on his SAT and got accepted to Yale in his senior year.

Randy was a particularly involved high school student. Athletically, Randy participated in cross country, basketball, and track. When Randy was possibly not going to compete in a track meet, Mr. Belding and Randy’s team members were downtrodden because they thought there was no way they could win without Randy. Despite this success, Randy sometimes felt athletically overshadowed by Slater.

Randy was also very musically talented. He was the lead singer and lead guitar player for a band called Randy Attack (in a dream).

In Saved by the Bell, Randy broke the fourth wall on numerous occasions. During many episodes, he would introduce the episode, or speak his opinion on different topics, such as Slater, Kelly, etc. Perhaps the most popular times Randy broke the Fourth Wall was when he would take a “Time Out.” Usually when he was notably worried about something (such as Slater getting a car to impress Kelly) Randy would say “Time Out”, and make a motion with his hands similar to a basketball player requesting a time out from the referee, and everyone around him would freeze. Then, Randy would offer his opinion, and when he was finished, he would say “Time In”, and the episode would continue.

Without much support from their families, Randy and Kelly had planned to get married in Las Vegas in Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas. Their parents interrupted their little wedding to give them news they were going to give them their wedding of their dreams. Randy and Kelly had an elaborate outdoor wedding in the Las Vegas area. Lisa and Jessie stood as bridesmaids while Screech and Slater stood as groomsmen.

They lived happily ever after.

November’s Featured Product – Mock Line Strike



Who We Are:

Texas811 and Enertech have coordinated a pipeline safety awareness event that offers Emergency Officials and Excavator/Contractors an opportunity to see and hear a profound experience emphasizing proper use of the 811 notification system, safe excavation practices, and response actions to take in the event of a pipeline rupture.


The Mock Line Strike outdoor demonstration involves a pipeline rupture scenario including the consequences of unsafe digging. Industry professionals will be deploying the demonstration. Observers will have the opportunity to hear, witness the rupture and feel the rush of arriving emergency responders. Following the mock line strike, the participants & audience will debrief by engaging in discussion on the lessons learned.


  • Outreach to excavator and emergency response community
  • Communication of safety information in the environment excavators work in
  • Education catered to stakeholder learning style
  • Interaction with each stakeholder participating in the demonstration
  • Program brings training to life with the combination of a Mock Line Strike and Emergency Response in one event
  • Effectiveness measurement reporting
  • Baseline RP 1162 Messaging and Documentation


  • Not just a presentation, a profound experience
  • Dramatic demonstration on what could happen if a line strike would occur
  • Dramatic demonstration on what Emergency Officials will do if a line strike did occur
  • Operators have more one-on-one time pre and post demonstration
  • Proper baseline and supplemental documentation
October 4, 2016

October’s Featured Product – Public Awareness



Innovation. Service. Experience. 

These are the elements that Enertech deploys in supporting companies with their public awareness programs.  Enertech can do everything from a simple ILI run letter to executing your full Public Awareness program.

Here are a few of our services:

    • GIS Analysis of stakeholder data
    • Graphic Design Services
    • Translation Services
    • Printing Services
    • Mailing Services
    • Documentation
    • Effectiveness Measurement Programs
    • Audit Support

October Employee Spotlight


Name: Heather Knapp

Position: Project Manager

Hobbies: Cooking and baking usually, but with my current schedule, I just live vicariously through Food Network

Favorites: My family, pets, and friends, and the lake, especially the Grand one.

Day in the life: My current situation: multiple ball gloves, soccer balls, baseballs, softballs, music books and changes of clothes are in my locker room smelling mini-van. I think you get the gist.

Sports: Wrestling (the real kind), football and trying to learn to like baseball/softball and soccer.

September 7, 2016

September’s Feature Product – Farmer Program

Austin Woodard


Enertech has developed a Farmer Identification program using USDA Common Land Units.

USDA Common Land Units contain a boundary of the crop land and the owner, owner/operator and/or the operator.


Being able to understand the boundary of the crop land that is in the vicinity or over your pipeline and who is operating agricultural equipment on it.

September 2, 2016

September Employee Spotlight

Austin Woodard



Name: Christopher Calkins

Position: GIS Analyst

Interests: Road atlases, cheesecake, old buildings, old maps, record albums, Wayne’s World, Gibson Les Pauls, Bill Snyder, non-fiction, my family and friends

Dislikes: Anything even remotely related to the Kansas Jayhawks, Linkin Park, urban sprawl, or moist socks

A day in the life: A somewhat unassuming GIS analyst by day, much of my free time is spent planning my next adventure. I have been infected with a terminal case of the travel bug, an affliction which, combined with a desire to learn more about my sister and brother-in-law’s work in the Peace Corps, has most recently taken me to Tanzania in East Africa. Wednesday nights I can be found at the local watering hole laying the cerebral smackdown in the high stakes game of bar trivia. Weekends typically include either making the pilgrimage north to the promised land of Manhattan, Kansas for some Wildcat football, checking out a live band at a nearby music venue, or sampling a new craft brew, and sometimes even all three. I am always up for an adventure.