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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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Bayer to spin off polymer materials business

German chemical and pharmaceutical group Bayer revealed last week that it plans to spin off its polymer business, MaterialScience, as a separate company.
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DuPont expands specialty resins production capacity

DuPont announced on Tuesday that it would ramp up ethylene copolymers capacity at its Texas manufacturing facilities in response to growing market demand.
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Industrial waste management services market set for strong growth

Industrial waste management is a growing industry, particularly in developed economies.
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Bostik opens new powder plant in Malaysia

Adhesive specialist Bostik has expanded its global footprint with the opening of a new production plant near the Malaysian city of Johor Bahru.
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