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Keystone XL draft assessment seen as positive sign for oil industry

The U.S. State Department said it has no major objections to the Keystone XL oil pipeline and noted that other options to get the oil from Canada to U.S. Gulf Coast refineries might be worse for climate change.
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New Orleans to host Siemens 2013 Automation Summit

The summit will provide engineering and operational professionals, automation and operations management and senior-level executives with end-user learning opportunities covering the complete spectrum of automation.
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Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass LNG export facility to use ABB process analyzers

ABB has been chosen to supply process analyzers, system integration and related services for Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Cameron Parish, La.
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Bumble Bee expands tuna recall

Bumble Bee Foods is expanding a voluntary recall on some Chunk White Albacore and Chunk Light Tuna products due to a problem with seal tightness, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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Natural gas drillers flock to Georgia shale fields

The state of Georgia might soon become home to the next large-scale shale gas field, as estimates suggest that there are trillions of cubic feet of natural gas buried underground.
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Pipeline to connect Marcellus and Utica shale plays with US Gulf Coast

Two U.S. energy companies have announced plans to develop a pipeline project that will transport natural gas liquids from the Marcellus and Utica shale plays to the rapidly expanding petrochemical and export complex on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
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Processed meat linked to higher risk of premature death

A new large-scale research study suggests that excessive consumption of processed meat is linked to increased risk of premature death, including from causes such as heart disease and cancer.
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Emergency crews respond to chemical fire at Utah lab

The company was cooking four types of acids at high temperatures to make bromine when the cooking appliance overheated and caught fire.
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Horse meat processing facility to be approved in New Mexico

While the scandal in Europe over horse meat pushed to the market as beef is still developing, a horse slaughtering plant may open in New Mexico and become the first authorized facility in the United States since 2007 to produce horse meat suitable for human consumption.
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BPA increases risk of asthma in children, study finds

Shortly after the World Health Organization released its report warning of the potential hazards from exposure to synthetic chemicals, a new study has linked exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) to higher chances of developing asthma.
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