Bishop Interactive today announced Rigzone has undergone a major upgrade. Rigzone has increased their journalist staff to provide the upstream oil and gas industry with more in-depth analysis on the drilling and field development market to further enhance their already popular industry news service.
To complement its petroleum-specific bookstore offering informational guides, books, maps and software, Rigzone is now featuring a new and improved training tab that provides professionals with industry-specific reference material and online training courses. By partnering with PetroEd, Rigzone now provides professionals with skills-enhancing e-learning tools.
A new "How It Works" series of Rigzone-created articles has also been developed over the last six months that focus on drilling, subsea development, production and more. Rigzone will continue to release new "How it Works" articles each and every month.
Furthermore, new reader tools and enhanced site design have been developed to further enhance every visitor's experience on Rigzone.com.
"It has taken us 10 years to create all of the features and services available on Rigzone, and today I believe we have made another quantum leap forward." said David Kent, President and CEO of Bishop Interactive, the parent company of Rigzone. "I know I speak for the entire Rigzone team when I say it is a privilege and honor to serve the nearly 500,000 visitors to Rigzone each month."
Visit Rigzone every day to find out what's happening in the upstream oil and gas industry; and stay up-to-date on the most-recent news through the daily and weekly Rigzone online newsletters. To sign up to receive your free copy, visit www.rigzone.com.
Marketing and communications professionals can learn more about advertising on Rigzone and in its daily and weekly online newsletters at www.bishopinteractive.com.
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