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Articles Tagged with ''oil & gas industry''

Graphic Display Panel Meter and Logger

Designed and manufactured by Omega, the Dpi1701 series of 1/8 DIN monochrome, high-resolution graphic display panel meters and data loggers for temperature and process measurement features optional alarm relays, isolated analog output, isolated 24Vdc excitation voltage and wireless receiver.
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BP calls for investigation into administrator assessing 2010 spill claims

BP Plc has asked for an independent investigation into a lawyer reviewing claims arising from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, accused him of misconduct and that his actions could lead to disproportionate, excessive or fraudulent claims.
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US oil and gas industry execs expect new regulation to lead to consolidation

The United States is likely to maintain a leading position in global oil and gas production, but new regulation may cause a wave of consolidation amidst concerns about increasing operating costs, just-released research suggests.
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Fluor reports benefits of oil & gas, petrochemical industry expansion

Fluor Corp. financial results for its first quarter ending March 31 were driven by growth in its oil & gas and industrial & infrastructure segment businesses, the company says. Revenue topped $7 billion, and was up 14% from the previous year.
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Refiners slam higher ethanol mandates

U.S. refiners are concerned that if federal officials press ahead with their plans to introduce higher ethanol mandates under the renewable fuel standard (RFS), this could cause economic damage.
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Search for single source of truth continues

Virtual strategies for asset management in oil & gas and other process industries
For most process-industry professionals, the upstream oil and gas industry is a horse of a different color.
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As production environments evolve, mobile system meets diverse mixing, blending needs

Oil & gas, other industries benefit from ability to mix chemicals at remote job site
Over the last decade, the economics of complex manufacturing have expanded to take into account truly global markets and swift-changing demand.
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Ruptured pipeline spills crude in Arkansas subdivision, forces evacuations

The 848-mile Pegasus pipeline, which is capable of transporting more than 90,000 barrels per day (bpd) of Canadian Wabasca Heavy crude from Illinois to Texas, was shut down Friday afternoon after the leak was discovered in the town of Mayflower, Ark.
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Canada's oil and gas industry in need of skilled workers

As Canada is investing billions in the development of its oil and gas industry, there is an urgent need for people to be recruited in this fast-growing segment of the economy.
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Electric Actuators for the Oil and Gas Industries

Asahi/America, Inc., a leader in fluid flow solutions for corrosive environments, will be showcasing its Series 10 electric actuators at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas.
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