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Oct 26, 2021
Mammoet supports complex facility upgrade
Other News
Oct 25, 2021
General Electric (GE) has announced a five-year, $3.5 million (€3 million) investment in the UK as part of its global Next Engineers programme, to increase the diversity of young people entering engineering. The programme will be based in Staffordshire, where GE operates three sites that design, develop, and service products used throughout the power and renewable... [Read More]

Features
Oct 25, 2021
Calgary is one of Canada’s fastest growing metropolitan cities and is the major urban centre for the southern half of the province of Alberta. Calgary is located in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers. The city is perhaps best known internationally for its annual July rodeo and outdoor show, the Calgary Stampede. Originally... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 22, 2021
Pipelines
Israel is considering building a new onshore pipeline to Egypt to boost natural gas exports to its neighbour in the wake of the recent tightening of global supplies. The pipeline, which will connect the Israeli and Egyptian natural gas grids through the north of the Sinai peninsula, is estimated to cost around $200 million (€171 million)  and could be operational within... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Oct 22, 2021
Pipelines
New guidance on grease management for commercial kitchens has been published, with the aim of ensuring businesses in the UK meet regulations and keep cooking fat out of the sewer system. The Grease Contractors Association, a non-profit organisation of specifiers, installers and maintainers of grease management systems, aims to raise awareness of the relationship between... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 22, 2021
Pumps
INOVYN has announced investment plans to upgrade existing production at Runcorn so that it can supply compressed fuel-cell quality hydrogen to mobility and power generation sectors. This is part of more than €2bn investment in Green Hydrogen announced by the subsidiary of INEOS. INOVYN, which has been producing and using low-carbon hydrogen at its Runcorn site for... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 21, 2021
Pipelines
McDermott will deliver engineering and procurement for a Gas Chemical Complex (GCC) project - the largest polyethylene integration project in the world - with China National Chemical Engineering and Construction Corp. This agreement follows McDermott's safe and successful delivery of the front end engineering design (FEED) and early works phases of the project. The project... [Read More]

Chemical/Petrochemcial News
Oct 21, 2021
Valves
Neste and Ravago aim to establish a joint venture to build an industrial facility for chemical recycling in North Sea Port in Vlissingen, the Netherlands. The facility is intended to be the starting point of joint global chemical recycling activities, built upon the advancement of the thermochemical liquefaction technology of US-based Alterra Energy, an innovative chemical... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Oct 21, 2021
Pipelines
Grundfos has introduced its Distributed Pumping System in Thailand. This can help reduce energy consumption for cooling large commercial buildings by up to 50%, substantially cutting operational costs and helping Thai companies achieve their sustainability goals. Temperature control is one of the most energy-intensive functions in commercial buildings with heating, ventilation... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 20, 2021
Pipelines
The UK government has announced that from next April it will offer subsidies of £5,000 (€5,916) to homeowners in England and Wales towards the cost of replacing old gas boilers with low carbon heat pumps. The announcement comes with COP26 just weeks away and amid calls from industry experts for more government support. In the UK, heating accounts for more than a third... [Read More]

Features
Oct 20, 2021
Hunter Water is a state-owned corporation (SOC) providing drinking water, wastewater, and recycled water services to almost 600,000 people in the Lower Hunter region, north of Sydney, Australia. From its earliest days in the 1880s, Hunter Water, like the region it serves, has grown greatly. Today, it manages more than AU$2.5 billion (€1.6 billion) worth of infrastructure,... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 20, 2021
Pipelines
Guyana is likely to become one of South America’s top oil and gas producers over the next four years. Work will begin on constructing a major gas-fired power plant in 2022 on the expectation that a 220-kilometer (135-mile) pipeline will be built. “The start date of laying the pipe is now being finalised, but the decision has already been made,” Peter Ramsaroop,... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 19, 2021
Pumps
The East Coast Cluster (ECC) has been named as one of the UK’s first carbon capture, usage and storage clusters following a successful bid to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The ECC was named as a “Track-1” cluster, putting it on course for deployment by the mid-2020s. The successful bid, led on behalf of the ECC by the Northern... [Read More]

Product News
Oct 19, 2021
The SE and SL ranges of wastewater pumps from Grundfos helps improve reliability and efficiency. The wastewater pumps bring together motor, hydraulics and functionality to meet the challenges of modern wastewater, maximising the hydraulic, electrical and mechanical efficiency of wastewater pumps. SE/SL wastewater pumps are available in multiple versions from 1 to 30... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Oct 19, 2021
Pipelines
Global water technology company Xylem has called on water sector leaders and organisations to join a global sustainability push to reduce greenhouse gas emissions related to water systems and water management. The encouragement comes after last month’s announcement that Xylem had formalized its commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions across its value chain before... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 18, 2021
Pipelines
With the press of a button Dutch King Willem-Alexander officially put into service the first bio-LNG plant in the Netherlands. Nordsol, Renewi and Shell have taken the next step in making road freight transport more sustainable. It is expected that the new plant will produce an estimated 3.4 kilotons of bio-LNG per year, preventing the emission of more than 14.31 kilotons... [Read More]


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