Accurate Energetic Systems (AES)
5891 Hwy. 230 W.
Accurate Energetic Systems (AES) is a manufacturer of various high explosive compositions and specialty products for the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. industrial markets. These markets include aerospace, military, oil exploration, commercial blasting and precision demolition applications.
25800 Science Park Dr.
Austin Powder is the second oldest manufacturing company in Ohio. Today, they manufacture a full-line of industrial explosives and accessories, and provide blasting services to customers throughout North America and around the world.
P.O. Box 1407
Baker Atlas provides a wide-range of services and information, which allow oil and gas companies to define, reduce and manage their risk. To this end, Baker Atlas offers a complete range of downhole well logging services for every employment including advanced formation evaluation, production and reservoir engineering, petrophysical and geographical data acquisition services.
Contract Drilling & Blasting
PO Box 51468
Contract Drilling & Blasting is a technical drilling and blasting contractor, with a specialty in underwater blasting of bedrock and engineered structures. They provide blasting and blast monitoring services to the marine construction and to the heavy civil construction industries.
Detotec North America, Inc.
P.O. Box 276
Detotec manufactures Perfacord, a high-quality detonating cord designed for precise timing, reliability under adverse conditions and ease of handling. Detotec is constantly exploring the use of new materials and new manufacturing methods to improve efficiency and meet the changing requirements of their customers.
Dynaenergetics US, Inc
2050 W Sam Houston Parkway South, Ste 1750
DYNAenergetics is a manufacturer and supplier of oilfield and industrial-related explosives and components.
2650 Decker Lake Boulevard, Suite 300
Dyno Nobel has become the world's leading explosives company and a global supplier of commercial explosives solutions. Dyno Nobel can now boast the most complete range of initiation systems available on the market today---including the industry's most advanced electronic initiation system.
7390 South Creek Road, Suite 103
For over 100 years, Enaex has served mining companies. Enaex manufactures Ammonium Nitrate, Ammonium Nitrate Emulsions, Electronic Detonators, Boosters, and explosives accessories to deliver precision power, safely.
General Dynamics Ordance & Tactical Systems - Munition Services
PO Box 1386
Provides a service of responsible destruction of surplus explosives and explosive wastes.
10500 West Interstate 20
GEODynamics helps operators and service companies complete more profitable wells. For conventional, unconventional, and deep water reservoirs, our CONNEX® and RaZor® perforating technologies deliver Seven Performance Drivers that are proven to enhance profitability.
Hilltop Energy, Inc
6978 Lindentree Road, NE
A subsidiary of DW Dickey & Son, Hilltop Energy offers blasting services to mines and quarries throughout Ohio, Michigan, western Pennsylvania and half of New York State. Hilltop assists in blast design regulatory requirements and public relations.
143 HCR 4381
Hunting Titan designs manufactures and distributes energetics, perforating gun systems and well logging instruments, providing state-of-the-art well completion solutions globally to the oil and gas industry.
JET Research Center/Halliburton
8432 S. Interstate 35 W.
Founded in 1919, Halliburton is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the oil and gas industries.
Maine Drilling & Blasting
88 Gold Ledge Avenue
Maine Drilling & Blasting has earned our reputation as one of the safest, most experienced drilling and blasting companies in the Northeast. During the past 40+ years, we’ve performed over one million controlled blasts for highways, site development, quarries, houses lots, utilities and marine work.
MAXAM North America, Inc
5505 S. 900 East, Suite 300
MAXAM North America is a Utah Corporation organized in 1979. The company's primary products and services include the manufacture, licensing and supply of commercial explosives used in mining throughout the world.
MP Associates, Inc
PO Box 546
MP Associates is a manufacturer of specialty explosives used by the U.S. Department of Defense as well as by commercial markets around the world.
Nelson Brothers, Inc
820 Shades Creek Parkway, Suite 2000
Founded in 1956, Nelson Brothers is a leading manufacturer and distributor of mining explosives products and services to many of the largest surface coal producers in the United States as well as the nation's largest aggregate producer. Additionally, through Nelson Brothers Specialty Chemical Business, it provides products and services to customers throughout South America, Asia and Europe. With more than 500 employees and operations throughout the United States, Nelson Brothers has supplied more than eight billion pounds of its flagship emulsion product known as PowerNel(R) to the mining industry.
Noble Insurance Services
12225 Greenville Avenue, Suite 430
Nobel Insurance Services provide a broad-range of specialty insurance products and services to industries that manufacture, distribute, transport or use commercial explosives. Their products and services are marketed through a network of independent insurance agents throughout the country.
ORICA USA, Inc
33101 East Quincy Avenue
Orica is the world's leading supplier of commercial explosives, detonating systems and blast management services to the mining, quarrying and construction industries. Orica products and services impact on every part of modern life, and their brands are market leaders that you trust and can depend on.
OWEN Oil Tools, LP
P.O. Box 765
Owen Oil Tools LP, a Core Lab Production Enhancement division, is a global leader delivering Best Customer Solutions for well completions, workover, remedial and abandonment operations. Owen offers a complete line of detonators for both exposed applications and fluid desensitive applications. All Owen detonators exceed the API RP-67 Safety Requirements.
Pollution Control, Inc
14700 Rockbridge Rd.
Pollution Control Inc. is the complete solution to hazardous and non-hazardous waste management, providing the proper classification, packaging, transportation and disposal of waste according to government regulations for businesses all across the United States.
R.A. McClure Inc.
2116 Hardin Lane
RAM Inc. is an international blast engineering and consulting firm that focuses on improving productivity and safety through blast optimization, advanced technical services and training. RAM Inc. also conducts Explosive Remediation and Render Safe Operations. Robert A. McClure, company President, is a blasting and explosives technical expert with over 30 years of worldwide experience in the explosives industry.
SENEX Explosives, Inc
710 Millers Run Road
Senex Explosives is a western Pennsylvania-based manufacturer of emulsion-based explosives and other accessories. Additionally, Senex also conducts drilling and blasting operations for the mining and construction industries.
Teledyne Risi, Inc
18600 West Corral Hollow Road
Specializes in the manufacturing of precision secondary explosive components including initiators and detonators utilizing the Exploding Bridgewire (EBW) and Exploding Foil (EFI) concepts.
7 South Street
Vet's Explosives is an explosives supplier and blasting contractor in southern New England and New York State. They specialize in blasting in the heavily populated urban corridor between New York City and Boston.
WA Murphy, Inc
525 Mission Street
Distributor of the Finest Reloading Powders --- Murphy Powder has been a major distributor to the reloading market for over 40 years. They stock all major brands of smokeless powders and treat each jobers' needs and situations on an individual basis.
Colorado School of Mines
1500 Illinois St., Golden, CO 80401
Colorado School of Mines is a public research university focused on science and engineering, where students and faculty together address the great challenges society faces today—particularly those related to the Earth, energy and the environment.
University of Kentucky, Explosives Research Team
504 Rose St.
The Mining Department, through the University of Kentucky Explosives Research Team (UKERT), operates an underground and surface facilities to conduct instruction and research in explosives and explosions.
Missouri University of Science & Technology, Mining & Nuclear Engineering Department
226 McNutt Hall
Mining and explosive engineers use science and engineering principles to safely extract minerals and provide raw materials for industrial processes.
Mining and explosive engineers work in all kinds of mines and environments to provide critical materials (e.g. lithium and rare earth elements) and other resources (e.g. aggregates, metals, diamonds, and industrial minerals like gypsum) to support our way of life.
Liaison Class Members
ABIMEX (Brazilian Association of Explosive and Aggregate Materials Industries)
Av. Paulista, 1313 – 8º andar, sala 812 , São Paulo, SP, Brazil, 01310-100
Australian Explosives Industry & Safety Group (AEISG)
Level 1 Sands Court
The primary goal of AEISG is to continuously improve the level of safety and security throughout the manufacture, transport, storage, handling and use of explosives and their precursors (e.g. AN, ANEs) throughout Australasia.
Canadian Explosives Industry Association (CEAEC)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
To promote and represent the general interests of distributors, manufacturers, and users of explosives; to promote and maintain high standards concerning the use, handling and transport of explosives; to co-operate with government authorities in the promotion of safety standards; to encourage the adoption and adherence to uniform legislation concerning the Canadian explosives industry.
Energy Workforce & Technology Council (EWTC)
2500 Citywest Blvd, Suite 1110
Energy Workforce & Technology Council is the national trade association for the global energy technology and services sector, representing more than 645,000 U.S. jobs in the technology-driven energy value chain. Energy Workforce works to advance member policy priorities and empower the energy workforce of the future.
Federation of European Explosives Manufacturers (FEEM)
100, rue Th. De Cuyper,
A non-governmental organization whose main objective is to encourage best practice in the industry, particularly in the areas of safety, quality and security, and to make the public aware of the importance of different uses of industrial explosives in creating its infrastructure and environment. Additionally, FEEM works to ensure proper and adequate representation of the European Explosives Industry with both international and national regulating bodies and at conferences where matters concerning the regulation of this trade are discussed.
International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE)
26500 Renasissance Parkway
We are a society of professionals promoting safety, security and the controlled use of explosives.
National Institute for Explosives Technology (NIXT)
PO Box 921
SAFEX International (SAFEX)
c/o Societe Suisse Des Explosifs
SAFEX is a learning organisation. Members learn from each other as they share health, safety and environmental (HS&E) information on any topic that can prevent unwanted explosive incidents. By “incident” we mean any unplanned event or near-event that has the potential for harm. The term therefore includes “accidents”. The exchange of members’ experiences which can reduce the risks associated with the manufacture and use of explosives is an important activity. This helps members a similar events thereby protecting people, property and the environment from hazards and ensuing damage. On joining SAFEX, members commit to reporting any explosives incidents, including near-events, to SAFEX. In doing so they will highlight their conclusions, recommendations and lessons learned so that the same incident does not befall another member company.
Explosives Safety & Technology Society - VISFOTAK
Visfotak Mainmoon Chambers
“To proactively establish a sustainable interface between all major constituents of the Explosives Industry: The Users, the Regulatory Bodies, the Manufacturers, the Academic And Research Institutions, et. al., in order to foster and promote modern concepts and practices, relating to Safety and Technology of Explosives.”