Chuck Drobny is a US Army Veteran and West Point Graduate and the President of GlobaLogix in Houston, Texas.
His team monitors and controls physical processes, they display that information, gather and store the data regardless of type of equipment, location or configuration. They can configure and adapt the solution to fit what the client wants, not the other way around. They do this by hiring and developing engineers, managers and technicians for how well they think and adapt rather than what they’ve worked on in the past.
GlobaLogix provides oilfield control and automation services that turn operational field data into actionable information. With actionable information, oil and gas companies work more efficiently, productively and profitably.
GlobaLogix helps a range of energy players, including independents, majors and national oil companies overcome the challenges of a dwindling workforce, shrinking budgets, and more complex fields by integrating smart devices and intelligent design into their field operations.
GlobaLogix’ unique business model allows the company to deliver a complete spectrum of service that follows your data path — from the data collected at the wellhead to the morning report run by your CFO at the home office. Click here to learn more about our spectrum of service.
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Dan Turner, an expert in automation and control systems for 30+ years, sat down with Globalogix President, Chuck Drobny, to talk about the benefits of working with Globalogix: “[Globalogix is] a company that would sit down, you knew the technology, you were competent, you completed the project efficiently and the customers were happy when we[…..]
In our webinar on Blockchain and its impact on business, oil & gas and SCADA, you’ll be given insight into the topic from our CEO, Chuck Drobny. He recently presented on Blockchain at the SCADA Technology Summit in Denver, and is sharing His presentation on Blockchain and how it’s changing the future of business. This[…..]
Today we’d like to introduce you to Charles Drobny. Charles, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? GlobaLogix began with six oil and gas veterans in 2004 to provide instrumentation and control systems to midstream operators. The company gained its first project in 2005 to design and[…..]
The current wave of new oil and gas field development has set into motion two unique sets of challenges due to remote geography and an increasing lack of qualified manpower. New well site, well pad and gathering system oil and gas automation projects are plagued with delays and cost overruns that can’t be mitigated with[…..]
Houston is amazingly flat, with high ground existing mostly on freeway interchanges. On top of that, add three bayous and at least two rivers that drain state-sized basins through the city and surrounding residential communities. When it rains in Southeast Texas the water flows toward Galveston Bay, and a few times each year at least[…..]