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Report reveals projected impact of crude oil exports on US economy
The report found that if crude oil exports were allowed the cost of gasoline and diesel fuel would drop, enabling Americans to save an average of $5.8 billion per year.
Fines for pipeline safety violations hit record high in 2013
The total value of civil penalties imposed on U.S. pipeline operators for alleged safety violations broke all records in 2013, reaching the unprecedented sum of $9.78 million.
Montana bio-based chemical startup secures investment to start production
The capital will allow Rivertop Renewables to expand its production of chemicals, like detergents and corrosion inhibitors, manufactured entirely from natural plant sugars.
Food industry mergers & acquisitions remain steady in 2013
The hesitation of the food industry to engage in new merger activity was still evident in 2013 with only 311 deals, roughly the same as in 2012, according to The Food Institute’s Food Business Mergers & Acquisitions 2013.
Bakken Shale oil production to hit 1.7 million Bpd in 2020
Oil reserves worth approximately $118 billion are still lying under the Bakken/Three Forks Shale play system in Montana and North Dakota, according to a new estimate by research and consultancy group Wood Mackenzie.
New US petrochemical projects in need of skilled workers
Approximately 90,000 new workers will be needed next year as a number of major chemical projects are set to break ground in 2015.
Food processing, packaging equipment market poised for growth
The global market for equipment used in food processing and packaging is expected to grow to $31.3 billion by 2018, with a five-year compound annual growth rate of 6.3%.
EPA calls for detailed review of LNG export impact on emissions
The U.S. EPA has urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to assess the potential indirect greenhouse gas effect that liquefied natural gas exports from a Louisiana project may have on the environment.

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