Research Projects & Published Articles
PROJECT: JMJ undertook this research project to provide a client with comprehensive data and information associated to underground utility damages suffered as a result of utility location/mapping inaccuracies. The final product included a binder of information that included: industry metrics, damage reports, location technology, mapping technology and practices.
PROJECT: The Underground Utility industry makes use of the national ONE CALL system and its communication practices to limit utility damages as a result of excavation. This project examines the national One Call system, its players, funding, practices and partners. It also examines current metrics of operation and results.
Hutton, April 2013, The Intelligence/Human Capital Hurdle - Natural Gas Demand & the Upcoming Knowledge and Experience Gap, The Pipeline & Gas Journal.
Hutton, May 2013, Accelerating Shale PLay Benefits - Technology Needed, The Pipeline & Gas Journal.
Andraka,M. & Hutton, W., December 2007, Mapping the Way Through Technology Transference, The Pipeline & Gas Journal, 34.
Andraka, M. & Hutton W., 2006, Technology Transference: The Final Hurdle in the R&D Process, American Public Works Reporter, 24.
Andraka M. & Hutton W., April 2004, Makeover of LDCs Underway but Where is it Headed?, The Pipeline & Gas Journal, 14
Hutton W. 2007, Technology Tranference: A Study of Barriers and Success Determinants, World Gas Council.
Hutton W., September 2005, Keyhole Technology: Utility Microsurgery, American Public Works Reporter, 16.
Hutton W., April 2005, Technology Tranference, Realizing the Promise, The Pipeline & Gas Journal, 42.
Hutton W., October 2004, Transforming the LDC: Is Leadership Style an Issue for Success?, The Pipeline & Gas Journal, 38.