Coral Springs, FL, April 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The producers of Enterprises TV are pleased to announce that Fortress Engineering Ltd. will be featured in an upcoming segment on topics, trends, and issues related to “Solutions Impacting Today's Oil & Gas Industry Outcomes and Success” as part of the show’s “North American Energy” series.
Fortress Engineering is a multi-disciplined engineering consulting firm based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Since 2007, the company has provided engineering solutions to the oil and gas industry. Fortress relies on years of senior experience to ensure assets are successfully developed in a cost-effective, timely manner, with ample transparency and accountability. From conception to startup, project capabilities range from additions to existing facilities, to completion of large processing plants. For more information on Fortress Engineering, please visit www.fortresseng.ca.
The Enterprises TTV show combs the nation and the globe to bring viewers fascinating business stories and firsthand insights from entrepreneurs within various industries. The television show is broadcast nationally and regionally on many popular television networks.
The Enterprises TV show features interviews with CEOs and industry professionals from across North America and throughout the world. It specializes in creating intriguing stories including individual company profiles and features on important new advances in the world. Leaders of industry take time to share their success stories to inspire entrepreneurs and business people. The show is a leader in quality, educational programming in North America.
The program is broadcast in the U.S. and Canada through a combination of FOX and ABC Broadcast Stations, Discovery Channel Transponder©™, Regional News Networks, Business News Network Canada©™, FOX News Channel©™ and Bloomberg TV©™. Enterprises is headquartered in South Florida and films on location throughout the United States and around the globe. To learn more about the show and its host, please visit Facebook, Twitter, or Google+, or watch sample videos on YouTube.