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More than 500,000 supply chain jobs linked to unconventional production

Industries that support oil and gas producers are benefiting from the growth of unconventional oil and gas development in the United States.
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FDA launches food safety challenge

A competition has been launched by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help find new methods of detecting disease-causing organisms in food.
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Solar energy speeds up tailings ponds reclamation

Researchers at the University of Alberta have shown that oil sands tailings can be cleaned up with a new technique that uses solar energy to accelerate the process.
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PCI acquires clinical trail services company Biotec

Pharmaceutical packaging services provider PCI has expanded its presence in the European Union with the acquisition of Biotec Services International.
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New England gas pipeline expansion project announced

A new project announced this week is intended to help meet growing demand for natural gas in New England.
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Russian meat processors face crisis

Import restrictions in Russia are causing severe problems for the country's meat processors.
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Industrial gas supplier Air Products plans widespread restructuring

Air Products is planning a major restructuring, reorganizing the company into seven reporting segments.
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Grant awarded for desalination test well in California

A desalination test well project has been granted $1 million of state funding in California.
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FDA revises proposed rules on food safety

Four proposed rules intended to help prevent foodborne illness have been updated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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Cost of Keystone XL pipeline may double after years of delays

It's now six years since Canadian pipeline operator TransCanada Corp. submitted its initial application to build Keystone XL, a major new crude oil pipeline running from Alberta to Nebraska.
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