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Aug 12, 2022
BP records record profits as energy prices soar
Other News
Aug 11, 2022
In order for new drinks to taste good, a high standard of hygiene must be guaranteed during the production process, according to NETZSCH. It said if fruit juices, milkshakes with or without fruit pieces and carbonated drinks, reliable pumps in hygienic design are necessary - and that "hygienic positive displacement pumps from NETZSCH are particularly gentle on the media". This... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Aug 11, 2022
Canada could add over a million barrels per day (bpd) of oil export capacity to the US over the next two years. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney made the announcement to a US Senate committee while also calling for a new cross-border oil pipeline. However, federal Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said there was little discussion in Ottawa or Washington about... [Read More]

Archive News
Aug 10, 2022
Pipelines
Snam, a leading energy infrastructure company based in Milan, Italy and Enagas, Spain's energy provider, have teamed up to assess the viability of constructing an offshore gas pipeline between the two countries. The announcement came in the wake of Russian president Vladimir Putin's invasion of neighboring Ukraine and the attendant shock waves rippling through the global... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Aug 9, 2022
Pipelines
Morrison Water Services, a part of M Group Services’ Water Division, is working in partnership with Yorkshire Water to deliver a drinking water spray lining programme, believed to be the first of its kind across the water sector in AMP7. Targeting structural and water quality issues with the existing pipework, spray lining is part of a £2m (€2.3) programme targeting... [Read More]

Chemical/Petrochemcial News
Aug 5, 2022
Pumps
BASF SE has given the final approval for the construction of the planned Verbund site in Zhanjiang in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong. The project is said to be on schedule. The focus will now be on building the core of the Verbund, which includes a steam cracker and several downstream plants for the production of petrochemicals and intermediates among others.... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Aug 5, 2022
Pipelines
A global supplier of technology for pipeline integrity management has won three packages for five years in Malaysia. ROSEN Group secured the Pan Malaysia for Pipeline In-Line Inspection Services contract for PETRONAS. The contract covers 200 pipelines for inspection in the five years with diameters ranging from 4 inches to 48 inches. The contract covers nationwide... [Read More]

Valves
Aug 5, 2022
AUMA Actuators has successfully extended its service level agreement (SLA) with Anglian Water until 2028. AUMA UK and Anglian Water worked in partnership to develop and deploy a new and unique process to service, maintain and replace a range of actuators throughout the Anglian Water region. This extended SLA continues to provide Anglian Water with access to AUMA’s... [Read More]

Product News
Aug 4, 2022
Swagelok has announced the release of the ALD7 ultrahigh-purity (UHP) diaphragm valve. Compared to Swagelok’s current top-of-the-line ALD6 valve, the ALD7 provides better flow consistency, flow capacity, and actuator speed. It also offers the performance at high temperatures necessary to allow chip fabricators to overcome limitations in current production processes... [Read More]

Pipelines
Aug 4, 2022
A total of 1,400 households in West Cumbria in the UK are the first to receive their water from a new £300 million (€358 million) pipeline and treatment works. Since 2015, United Utilities has been constructing a 100 km pipeline to provide 80,000 households and businesses in West Cumbria with a more sustainable source of water from Thirlmere reservoir. At the time... [Read More]

Other
Aug 4, 2022
Three million residents in southern England are now preparing for a hosepipe ban in the coming daysas the long summer drought continues in the UK. South East Water confirmed on August 3 that a hosepipe ban across Kent and Sussex from next Friday which will affect around 2.2million customers, as the dry spell continues following a record-breaking July for lack of rain.... [Read More]

Product News
Aug 3, 2022
Wanner International is demonstrating two fully-operational Hydra-Cell® high efficiency seal-less and packing-free chemical processing pumps at ACHEMA. Visitors to the stand will see the extremely low pulse MT08 dosing pump in action, producing a smooth flow for consistent processes. Delegates can view the internal components of the pump head, including the triplex... [Read More]

Product News
Aug 3, 2022
Endress+Hauser has announced a new version of its J22 TDLAS gas analyser - an update to the initial release last year. The J22 tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS) analyser continues the tradition established by its predecessor with enhanced accuracy, a user-friendly interface, integrated diagnostics, and a host of modular hardware. The latest updates... [Read More]

Features
Aug 3, 2022
In addition to the transformation towards a climate-neutral chemical industry and the perennial topic of digitalisation, the current global political situation also poses massive challenges for the process industry. Which technologies can be used to achieve defossilisation? How to secure and enhance regional and global supply chain networks? What hurdles must be overcome... [Read More]

Other News
Aug 2, 2022
Global water technology company Xylem reported second quarter revenue of $1.4 billion (€1.37 billion). The company said strong continued global demand drove orders and backlog growth across the portfolio. Second quarter adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) margin was 16.6% better than the Company’s previous guidance and... [Read More]


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