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Rise in asthma, COPD cases driving pulmonary drug delivery systems market

The global market revenue of pulmonary drug delivery systems is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.9 percent over the period 2014-2019.
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BOC opens LNG plant in Queensland

Gases, chemicals and equipment supplier BOC opened a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing plant in southern Queensland, Australia, on Dec. 2.
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New discovery could make oil refining more efficient

A new technique developed by scientists in the United Kingdom and the United States could significantly reduce the amount of energy used in the refinement of crude oil.
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Healthy growth predicted for empty capsules market

Capsules are widely considered an efficient method of taking medication and health supplements, and their use is set to grow in the coming years.
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Lubrizol announces Warwick Chemicals acquisition, Mitsui Chemicals alliance

Specialty chemicals company The Lubrizol Corporation is to expand its home care product line by acquiring Warwick Chemicals.
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Hydraulic fracturing market set for strong growth unless governments change policy

The increase in demand for natural gas and oil is driving the need for fracturing activities and investments.
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Fourth annual World of Pumps Quiz launched

ITT Corporation’s Goulds Pumps brand has launched the fourth annual World of Pumps Quiz, an online pump knowledge game that has attracted industry contestants from more than 150 countries.
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US shale gas production overtakes non-shale

Shale gas wells became the largest source of total natural gas production in the United States last year, surpassing production from non-shale natural gas wells.
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Researchers in Belgium turn sawdust into gasoline

A new chemical process developed at KU Leuven's Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis converts the cellulose in sawdust into hydrocarbon chains.
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Seven in 10 supermarket chickens contaminated with campylobacter, UK survey shows

Supermarkets and food producers in the United Kingdom have faced criticism after it emerged that more than seven in 10 fresh chickens on sale across the country are contaminated with campylobacter.
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