Sep 25, 2023
Playing a leading role
Sep 15, 2023
Sustainability is increasingly becoming a crucial requirement for operators and end-users as regulations have become more demanding and stricter. To operate in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way, operators are reviewing all their equipment. One vital piece of equipment that can go a long way towards positively contributing to improved sustainability... [Read More]

Sep 5, 2023
Gastech opens in Singapore on September 5 and Flowserve will be one of the many companies exhibiting there. Here is their take on the urgent need to decarbonise the chemical industry. As the planet gets warmer, companies, nations and jurisdictions are establishing ambitious goals to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases to minimise the impact of climate... [Read More]

Sep 1, 2023
Thames Water in the UK owns and operates Basingstoke Sewage Treatment Works. This regional sludge treatment centre processes sludge from various locations in either liquid or cake form. The Basingstoke Sludge Treatment Centre (STC) houses advanced facilities, including thermal hydrolysis and anaerobic digestion plants, capable of processing 53tDS/day of sludge from... [Read More]

Aug 15, 2023
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies has developed a proprietary family of compounds called Simriz®, which are perfluoroelastomers designed to provide excellent sealing performance. These compounds offer thermal stability and protection against various chemical elements. Simriz® combines the chemical stability of PTFE with the elasticity of rubber, making it suitable... [Read More]

Aug 11, 2023
The American Petroleum Institute (API) has released new analysis on the benefits of low-carbon hydrogen produced from natural gas. The study, commissioned by API and conducted by ICF, found that hydrogen produced from natural gas with carbon capture and produced from electricity and other energy sources could eliminate an additional 180 million metric tons of greenhouse... [Read More]

Aug 8, 2023
An influential report reveals how the north-west could build on world leading plans for local low carbon hydrogen production and use by also pioneering low carbon energy imports through ramping up Britain’s use of ammonia. The report, Role of ammonia in the North West hydrogen economy by the North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA), outlines how using ammonia as a hydrogen... [Read More]

Jul 14, 2023
There is an urgent need to decarbonise the chemical industry. As the planet gets warmer, companies, nations and jurisdictions are establishing ambitious goals to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases to minimise the impact of climate change. That is a major commitment to protect people and the environment at a time when demands for basic chemicals, plastics... [Read More]

Jul 4, 2023
Celeros Flow Technology has helped a major steel products manufacturer to rectify downtime issues caused by frequent filter change-outs at its production facility. Using its unique on-site Gas Filtration Test Skid, Celeros Flow Technology was able to conduct detailed analysis of the solid and liquid contaminants in the gas stream without interruption to normal operations.... [Read More]

Jul 3, 2023
Companies in the process industries sector — from wastewater treatment providers to metal or pulp and paper plants — face an extremely challenging operating climate this year and beyond. Around the world, authorities are tightening environmental regulations, which govern chemical usage and disposal in process and wastewater treatment. Energy consumption is also... [Read More]

Jun 26, 2023
Pumps play an essential role behind the scenes of our everyday lives, keeping water for municipalities and crop irrigation moving, enabling power generation, supporting oil and gas and manufacturing processes. Societies will never know how much they depend on these vital assets and how many pumps have influenced our lives. Something that facilities do not consider... [Read More]

Jun 21, 2023
Leading water utilities are increasingly embracing data analytics and digital technology to optimise their operations, save millions for communities and increase water networks’ resilience to climate change. Insights from 18 global water utility leaders and experts that are influential in early-stage digital adoption are featured in a new paper from water technology... [Read More]

Jun 20, 2023
Pump systems account for 20% of the world’s electrical energy demand and between 25-50% of the electrical energy usage in certain applications. Pumps are the single largest user of electricity within industry across the European Union, consuming over 300 TWhpa of electricity, which in turn accounts for over 65 Mton of CO₂ emissions. It is also well documented that... [Read More]

Jun 12, 2023
Ahead of the spring budget, the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, spoke of a ‘clean energy reset’ which sounded like a promising step on the country’s net-zero journey. There are certainly elements of the budget announcement that will help firms to move the dial forward, but the UK needs to work hard to ensure that it benefits from the booming clean energy industry. Grant... [Read More]

Jun 7, 2023
A new research study from Flow Research, Flowmeters in the Oil and Gas Industry, found that worldwide revenues for all flowmeters sold to the oil and gas industry in 2019 amounted to $1.64 billion (€1.446 billion) and forecasts a solid compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.6% over the next five years, for a total annual revenue exceeding $1.860 billion (€1.639 billion)... [Read More]

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