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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | 2013 “Well Worth It” Drive-Thru BBQ
    for thought Cannon will be holding our 3 rd annual Well Worth It Drive Thru BBQ on July 31 2013 With community participation since 2010 the Well Worth It Campaign has funded 7 wells in Africa and we are pushing for two more this year Tickets are on sale now For 40 you will receive a table ready dinner that includes one whole trimmed tri tip beans bread and salad to feed 4 6 people Do you have questions Feel free to contact Liz Moody or Stephanie Hunting at Cannon T 805 544 7407 E w r h t c n p u Posted on February 5 2013 Just try catching this Loose Cannon 2013 Pancake Breakfast Did you like what you read You might also like Well Worth It has big goals for 2016 March 10th 2016 Run Forest or John or Nick or Anyone February 26th 2016 Cannon s Pancake Breakfast Charity Event a Sweet Success February 23rd 2016 Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser January 28th 2016 Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive Solutions and Tree of Sustainability

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/2013-well-worth-it-drive-thru-bbq/ (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Author: Elissa Quilici
    marks Cannon s 40th anniversary To celebrate Cannon aims to raise 100 000 for its Well Worth It Campaign Well Worth It is a charity c SPE Golf Tournament 2016 March 3rd 2016 Elissa Quilici 0 1 Pay For Your Registration Lunch and Golf 4 Players and Dinners 560 00 USD4 Players No Dinners 440 00 USD1 Player and Dinner 140 00 USD1 Player Run Forest or John or Nick or Anyone February 26th 2016 Elissa Quilici 0 Cannon s Well Worth It Campaign is excited to announce that we are creating a team for the SLO Marathon on May 1st This fun event will combine fu Cannon s Pancake Breakfast Charity Event a Sweet Success February 23rd 2016 Elissa Quilici 0 February 11 2016 Cannon s Well Worth It Campaign kicked off their 2016 fundraising efforts with their ever popular annual Pancake Breakfast Hun Low Impact Development Seminar February 19th 2016 Elissa Quilici 0 Join us for a seminar on Low Impact Development with a Twist Integrating California s Environmental Goals When February 29 2016 10am Previous Entries Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/author/elissa-quilici/ (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Category: well worth it | Page 2
    Well Worth It campaign was initiated in 2010 as a response to the critical need for clean water solutions in communities within Africa So Cannon Joined Millions for Global Water Crisis Awareness April 2nd 2014 Stephanie Hunting 0 Cannon s team of volunteers arrived at the beautiful downtown Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa to represent Well Worth It at Walk SLO The event WateReuse Takes On Water Walk Challenge March 2nd 2014 Stephanie Hunting 0 During the WateReuse Association s Newport Beach California conference many attendees found Cannon s Water Walk Challenge to be more than just W Drive Thru BBQ is Back February 27th 2014 805DesignCollective 0 It s that time of year again The Well Worth It Drive Thru BBQ is coming Wednesday July 23 2014 Here are the details T 805 544 7407 E Cannon s Pancake Breakfast Charity Event a Sweet Success February 16th 2014 Stephanie Hunting 0 Cannon hosted its annual Pancake Breakfast to kick off the first Well Worth It Campaign charity event for 2014 on Valentine s Day Hungry attendees Previous Entries Next Entries Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade

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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Point Pedernales Produced Water Handling System
    to Point Pedernales Produced Water Handling System Overview Under the original design the majority of the produced water from the offshore Point Pedernales Field was disposed of by injection onshore at the Lompoc Field The remainder of the produced water was returned to Platform Irene for injection into the reservoir Because the Lompoc Field was pressuring up Plains Exploration and Production Company PXP needed to find methods for disposing of the additional produced water Cannon was chosen to provide engineering design services for the produced water handling system Possible solutions included separating and treating up to 20 000 bpd at Platform Irene for offshore injection treating up to 80 000 bpd at the onshore facility LOGP anticipating future expansion for potential beneficial onshore use and polishing up to 40 000 bpd of water returned to Irene from the LOGP for ocean outfall The scope of work included a completely engineered project ready for permitting procurement and installation Back to Market Information Location Santa Barbara County California Market Upstream Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive Solutions and Tree of

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/point-pedernales-produced-water-handling-system/?mkt=639 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Orcutt Hill Oilfield
    The Orcutt Hill Oil Field is one of the oldest continually operated oil fields in California As part of a multi phased project Pacific Coast Energy Company contracted Cannon to assist with efforts to increase production from their Diatomite Formation and to integrate the facility operations with other formation production and with mid stream transportation Currently in construction the Phase II expansion improvements include a Water Plant an Oil Plant and a Steam Plant In addition improvements to the electrical infrastructure as well as to the drill sites and field infrastructure are underway Cannon was selected at the onset of planning for this expansion to work with Pacific Coast Energy Company s Facilities and Operations Group to conduct a feasibility and economic study of the methodologies and costs of the various improvement options for continued development of the Diatomite field Once the conceptual designs are sanctioned Cannon will provide detailed engineering design and construction oversight from start to finish of the constructed works Back to Market Information Location Orcutt California Market Upstream Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/orcutt-hill-oilfield/?mkt=639 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Lynch Canyon Facility Expansion
    Community Partnership Local Community Partnership Loose Cannons Contact Cannon News Contact Us Upstream Upstream Upstream Previous slide Next slide Back to Lynch Canyon Facility Expansion Overview Eagle Petroleum expanded production of their Lynch Canyon field 500 This expansion required engineering and design services for a new tank battery and processing facility adjacent to the existing facility constructed in 2004 The new facility included a new tank battery with tank vapor recovery equipment to handle increased oil wastewater and gas production produced water handling equipment new steam generator site and water filtration softening equipment expanded wastewater injection system electrical instrumentation and control infrastructure H2S treatment equipment and pipelines connecting the new facilities to existing field facilities Cannon provided Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Structural Engineering and Electrical Engineering survey project management permitting assistance construction administration start up and commissioning Back to Market Information Client Eagle Petroleum LLC Market Upstream Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive Solutions and Tree of Sustainability are service marks of Cannon 2016 MENU Home Markets Energy Upstream Pipeline Power Remediation Utilities Pipelines Power Energy Efficiency Water

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/lynch-canyon-facility-expansion/?mkt=639 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Round Mountain Thermal Expansion Facilities
    Company s Round Mountain Field The purpose of this expansion was to provide more water gas and oil processing capacity in a new location to accommodate growth as well as to stay in environmental compliance The project included addition of the following new facilities new tank battery with tank vapor recovery equipment to handle new oil wastewater and gas production new steam generator site steam distribution and oil gathering systems casing gas gathering and vapor recovery systems wastewater injection system automatic well testing equipment electrical infrastructure instrumentation and control systems H2S treatment equipment and pipelines connecting the new facilities to existing field facilities Cannon s scope of work included project regulatory planning and permitting overall project management front end process and detailed mechanical engineering design civil and structural engineering for roads facility sites foundations tanks structures etc equipment specification and purchasing support preparation of drawings and documents for permitting and construction and management of field construction activities The construction management scope of work included preparation of bid documents coordination of bidding activities bid evaluation and contractor selection on site management overall project scheduling budget and scope control Back to Market Information Location Kern County California Market Upstream Contact Cannon Home

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/round-mountain-thermal-expansion-facilities/?mkt=639 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Heavy Crude Upgrade Demonstration Facility
    Loose Cannons Cannon Coaster News Community Partnership Global Community Partnership Local Community Partnership Loose Cannons Contact Cannon News Contact Us Upstream Upstream Upstream Previous slide Next slide Back to Heavy Crude Upgrade Demonstration Facility Overview An international research and development company is building a commercial demonstration facility in the AERA Belridge oilfield This temporary facility demonstrates the technology s capacity to upgrade heavy crude oil to a lighter crude oil while creating supplementary heat for use in oil production operations Cannon was selected to provide engineering permitting and construction support More specifically Cannon prepared the grading drainage foundation and structural steel plans and specifications In addition Cannon coordinated the associated project permitting created bid packages for contractors and managed the bidding and contractor selection process and are now providing construction support Back to Market Information Location McKittrick California Market Upstream Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive Solutions and Tree of Sustainability are service marks of Cannon 2016 MENU Home Markets Energy Upstream Pipeline Power Remediation Utilities Pipelines Power Energy Efficiency Water Resources Water Supply Wastewater Watershed Management Civic

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