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Ultrasonic flowmeter market exceeds $600 million worldwide, studies find

June 6, 2014
According to a recent series of studies from Flow Research, the market for ultrasonic meters totaled $632 million in 2011 and is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9.6 percent through 2016.
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Hikma Pharmaceuticals to take over US generic injectables manufacturer

June 5, 2014
London-based multinational company Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC has reached an asset acquisition agreement with Ben Venue Laboratories for the purchase of its U.S. generic injectables division, Bedford Laboratories, for $300 million.
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EIA: Refineries unable to deal with increasing proportion of light crudes

June 5, 2014
Production of U.S. light crude oil and condensates is likely to continue dominating the domestic oil market, accounting for the majority of extra oil extracted over the next two years.
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Research to examine if dilbit spills cause more damage than regular crude

June 4, 2014
A U.S. federal agency has announced it will be starting a study into the potential impact of spills of diluted bitumen (dilbit) produced in Alberta's oil sands on the environment and public health.
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Texas regulator clears gas company over alleged methane contamination

June 4, 2014
The amount of methane in many private water wells in North Texas has increased since 2011 but this rise cannot be linked to oil and gas drilling operations in the state.
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The future of plant control rooms come to life

Ergonomic designs and improved display reduce fatigue and promote effectiveness
June 4, 2014
Honeywell Process Solutions recently announced availability of the Experion Orion Console, an advanced display technology it says brings the plant control room of the future to life and meets the needs of mobile plant operators.
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EPA proposes draft rules to cut carbon emissions from power plants

June 4, 2014
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has introduced draft rules that are predicted to reduce heat-trapping pollution from power plants by 30 percent from the levels recorded in 2005 by 2030.
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North Carolina to criminalize disclosure of fracking chemicals information

June 3, 2014
The North Carolina Senate has approved a proposal filed by three Republican state senators to criminalize the disclosure of confidential information concerning the type of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing.
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IHS: Lifting export restrictions on US crude oil would be smart move

June 3, 2014
Lifting the restrictions on U.S. crude oil exports would be a wise move, says market and economic information provider IHS.
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US agencies to tackle future foodborne disease outbreaks together

June 3, 2014
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry have agreed to combine their expertise to tackle foodborne health hazards.
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