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Oct 5, 2022
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Water/Wastewater News
Oct 5, 2022
Pumps
CIRCOR International has renewed its service partnership with ProFlow Pumping Solutions. The ProFlow service centres will continue to provide service for IMO, Allweiler, and Warren brand pumps at their Midwest facilities. For more than two decades, ProFlow Pumping Solutions has been a main distributor for CIRCOR fluid handling products. Headquartered in Blue Island,... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 5, 2022
Pipelines
Carbon emission reduction technology firm Topsoe and its project partners Skovgaard Energy and Vestas have marked the start of construction of a green ammonia plant in Lemvig, Denmark. The project will demonstrate how renewable power can be coupled directly to the ammonia plant while taking the fluctuations in power production into account, and at the same time making... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 4, 2022
Pipelines
Hydrogen UK (HUK), the largest trade association for the hydrogen industry in the UK, has launched its Hydrogen Accelerators at the Conservative Party Conference, providing a blueprint for the continued development of Britain’s entire hydrogen value chain. The Hydrogen Accelerators are a set of recommendations from the 50 strong industry members directed at Government... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 4, 2022
Pipelines
Carbon America, the first vertically integrated carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) super developer, has reached an agreement with Bridgeport Ethanol to develop a carbon capture and storage project in Nebraska. The project will capture and store approximately 175,000 tons of carbon dioxide (CO₂) per year, equivalent to 95% of total emissions from the ethanol facility’s... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 4, 2022
Pumps
Wärtsilä will supply two 10-megawatt (MW) energy storage systems under an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract to Caribbean Utilities Company Ltd (CUC) in the Cayman Islands. This project, which will be CUC’s first energy storage facilities, will enable the utility to approximately double its renewable energy capacity on Grand Cayman, the largest... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Oct 3, 2022
Pipelines
OMV, the international integrated oil, gas and chemicals’ company has set itself the goal of expanding its low carbon business and its range of low carbon energy. In the geothermal sector, OMV sees its strength in its extensive expertise along with experience above and below ground, its existing reservoirs and infrastructure, and the strong market growth in Europe. OMV’s... [Read More]

Chemical/Petrochemcial News
Oct 3, 2022
Other
Neste, Idemitsu Kosan, CHIMEI and Mitsubishi Corporation have agreed to build a renewable plastics supply chain utilising Neste RE™ bio-based hydrocarbons. This will be used for the production of styrene monomer (i.e. bio-SM), and its mass balanced renewable plastics derivatives including acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. The bio-SM production in Japan and the renewable... [Read More]

Other News
Oct 3, 2022
Wanner Engineering has announced that it had won a court judgement in China for an infringement against one of its patents for its Wanner Hydra-Cell seal-less diaphragm pumps. The engineering company is investing tens of millions of dollars in new technology to continue delivering innovation for its customers to help improve their processes. With 159 patents worldwide... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Sep 30, 2022
Pumps
Wood, the global consulting and engineering company, has been awarded two significant contract extensions in Brazil. They include the provision of operations services for Trident Energy and maintenance solutions for Equinor. In July, Wood and Trident Energy signed an agreement to perform production and deck operation services onboard platforms P08, P65, PCE1 and PPM1. This... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 30, 2022
Pumps
The Finnish energy technology company Oilon and energy firm Helen have won a heat pump award in the DecarBuilding series with their new solution. The competition, arranged by the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA) since 2011, rewards most innovative and energy-efficient heat pump projects on the continent. The award was given for a new type of heat pump solution where... [Read More]

Policy News
Sep 30, 2022
Neste’s board of directors has approved a merger plan where the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary Neste Engineering Solutions will be merged into Neste Corporation. The merger took place on 30 September and it will only affect the Finnish operations. The entire personnel, approximately 750 professionals, will transfer to Neste Corporation. Contractual rights and... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Sep 29, 2022
Pipelines
Members of the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) have agreed to invest in initial services to develop carbon capture at the Edmonton EcoPark in the UK. NLWA is constructing a new Energy Recovery Facility as part of the North London Heat and Power Project. The new plant will use waste as a resource to generate efficient, low-carbon heat and power for local homes... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 29, 2022
Pipelines
A five-year project to refurbish the Vyrnwy Aqueduct has taken a step forward with the contract awarded to carry out the next phase of work. The aqueduct runs from Lake Vyrnwy in Wales to Merseyside, and was completed in 1892. Earlier this year, United Utilities began to consult on plans to enhance the three, one metre diameter parallel pipelines, and ensure they can... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Sep 29, 2022
Pipelines
Maire Tecnimont’s subsidiary NextChem has been awarded a Pre-FEED engineering services contract by MadoquaPower2X. The Portuguese/Dutch/Danish consortium led by Madoqua Renewables along with CIP’s Energy Transition Fund and Power2X aim to develop and operate an integrated renewable hydrogen and green ammonia plant located in Sines, Portugal. The purpose of... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Sep 28, 2022
Pipelines
Concerns have been raised that possible sabotage could have been behind the leaks discovered at two gas pipelines linking Russia and Europe in the Baltic Sea. European leaders believe this to be the case after seismologists reported explosions around the Nord Stream pipelines. European commission president Ursula Von der Leyen said the Nord Stream II leaks were due to... [Read More]


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