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Global Processing July 2014

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July 2014

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Clean up in aisle China

Arrests for environmental crimes, increasing natural gas use and food safety focus among steps taken
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A popular science-fiction tale portrays the United States following an overwhelming influx of Chinese immigrants that arrives on its shores following a series of Asian environmental disasters.
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Pipelines, container ships and LNG plants

Several global projects recently announced by major automation suppliers
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Honeywell Process Solutions says its automation and safety technology has been selected for a pipeline project supplying natural gas from Central Asia to China.
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A sampling of European case studies

Expanded rubber production; software for oil & gas; powders for additive manufacturing
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Specialty-chemicals company LANXESS says it’s completed expansion of its Baypren polychloroprene solid rubber production operations in Dormagen.
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La Compagnie des Fromages heats and cools in a single cycle

Milk processing company reduces energy usage, CO2 emissions and maintenance
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Working with Cofely Axima, a leader in industrial refrigeration and a subsidiary of GDF Suez, milk-processor La Compagnie des Fromages has improved its energy profile with the ability to generate heating and cooling in a single cycle.
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Geo-politics, pipelines and permits in a resource-rich region

Canada becoming global energy power but IEA says it must manage costs
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Canada can expect an oil industry “investment windfall” of up to $1.6 trillion over the next 20 years, if it manages to maintain an attractive investment environment, according to the International Energy Agency.
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