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PA Town Approves $6B Shell Ethane Cracker Plant

Monday, 16 January 2017  |  Chris Guy

Potter Township in western Pennsylvania has granted a conditional use permit for a $6 billion petrochemical plant to be built by Shell Chemicals. The ...

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David Paradis Named President of Weir Flow Control Division

3 DAYS AGO

The Weir Group PLC has appointed David Paradis to its group executive as president of the Weir Flow Control Division. He will take up this new role on January 23, 2017. Paradis succeeds John Heasley who was appointed Weir Group CFO in October 2016.

Paradis is currently president of Weir Oil & Gas&r...

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GE, Transocean Announce Performance-Based Service Agreement

5 DAYS AGO

GE Oil & Gas has secured a new contractual service agreement (CSA), valued at approximately $180 million, with Transocean. Under the agreement , GE will provide condition-based monitoring and maintenance services for pressure control equipment on seven of Transocean’s rigs over the next 10 t...

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PA Town Approves $6B Shell Ethane Cracker Plant

4 HOURS AGO

Potter Township in western Pennsylvania has granted a conditional use permit for a $6 billion petrochemical plant to be built by Shell Chemicals. The location was chosen because more than 70% of North American polyethylene customers are within a 700-mile radius of Pittsburgh, PA. More state and fede...

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$4.17B Canadian Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Approved

4 DAYS AGO

Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project has received its environmental certificate from British Columbia, Canada. The proposed $4.17 billion Trans Mountain Expansion Project would increase the capacity of the pipeline to 890,000 barrels per day. The current capacity of the pipeline is 3...

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Texas Economy Poised to Shift into ‘Second Gear’ in 2017

5 HOURS AGO

Texas job growth should increase slightly from 1.6% in 2016 to about 2% in 2017, says Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas assistant vice president and senior economist Keith Phillips.

“Job growth picked up in the second half of 2016 due to a stabilization of the energy sector,” Phillips said. ...

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World Bank: U.S. Could Boost Global Economy in 2017

4 DAYS AGO

Global growth for 2017 is projected at 2.7%, 0.1% lower than the June 2016 forecast, and 0.4% higher than the estimate for 2016. Going forward, according to the World Bank, global growth is projected to pick up modestly, reaching 2.9% by 2018.

Downside risks to global growth include increasing policy u...

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2000 Articles

FALL 2000
Advanced Valve & Actuator Technology in the New Millennium: An Inside Look
By Rhondalee A. Dean

Chemical Industry Market Outlook
By Eric J. Linak

Making Traffic Flow: Implementing the Technical Side of Lean
By Ken Branco

Emergency Valve Reliability: The Intelligent Solution
By Reijo Karjalainen and Karl-Kristian Högström


SUMMER 2000
New Generation of Valve Actuators Can Provide Important MOV Predictive Maintenance Data
By Chris Warnett

Welding of Carbon Steel Materials for Use in Sour Service
By Don Bush

Process Solenoid Valves Offer Reliable Performance & Simplified Control
By Richard A. Cook & Sekhar Samy

The Packings & Gaskets Industry Enters the 21st Century
By Rhondalee A. Dean


SPRING 2000
E-Commerce and the Valve & Actuator Industry
By Misty Knappenberger

Workforce 2000: A Generation Apart
By Glenda Thompson-Norton

U.S. Water Industry Crosses Threshold Privatization, Pricing, and Parlez-Vous Français?
By Dan Noble

There's a Brand Name on the Label, But…Who Really Made This Thing?
By Clyde Hayes


WINTER 2000
Advanced Technology Rotary Valves Solve Chronic Isolation Problems
By Sekahar Samy & Stan Miller

Use of Valve & Actuators in Today's High-Tech Military Systems
By Rhondalee A. Dean

Valves 2000: A View of the Future
By Dale Stepanek

Prospering with Valves That Think and Communicate
By Wally Stommes

Valves, Actuators, and the European Union-Part II
By Frederic Washburn

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