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New process improves taste of alcohol-free beer

A new process developed by researchers in Spain helps improve the smell and the taste of alcohol-free beer by adding aromas from regular beer.
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TransCanada files application for pipeline to Eastern Canada

TransCanada Corporation has filed a formal application to build a new pipeline that would carry 1.1 million barrels of oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.
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Bayer Healthcare closes Dihon acquisition, invests in Versant fund

Bayer HealthCare, part of German chemical and pharmaceutical group Bayer AG, has completed its acquisition of Chinese pharmaceutical company Dihon Pharmaceutical Group Co., Ltd.
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Technip wins two ethane cracker contracts

Technip will provide its technology and expertise to two U.S. ethane cracker facilities under new contracts announced by the Paris-based company this week.
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Plans for Nova Scotia LNG export facility expanded

Australian-listed Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd (LNG Ltd) is planning to double the production capacity of its LNG export project on the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Condensate pipeline explodes in Ohio

A pipeline carrying condensate exploded Oct. 28, causing a huge fire in a wooded area of Monroe County, Ohio.
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EPA imposes restrictions on herbicide use to manage resistant weed problem

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is registering Enlist Duo, a herbicide that contains 2,4-D and glyphosate, with first-time ever restrictions to manage the problem of resistant weeds.
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Western Gas to acquire Nuevo Midstream for $1.5 billion

Nuevo Midstream, LLC, a company that gathers, treats, processes, transports and markets natural gas, is to be acquired by Western Gas Partners, LP.
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Researchers classify microplastic particles in wastewater

A German study has confirmed that conventional methods used at wastewater treatment plants do not completely eliminate microplastics.
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Public opposition impacts tar sands development

Development of tar sands in North America has proved controversial, with opposition commonly taking the form of blockades, petitions and calls for businesses and organizations to divest their interests in the industry.
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