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Registration opening for first 3-day Valve Basics program, May 12-14 in Charlotte, NC

VMA's Valve Basics course has undergone numerous changes since it first launched in Houston some six years ago, beginning with a one-day version, then eventually expanding to a second day with the inclusion of the valve "petting zoo." Now, in addition to our 101 courses, a new third day--Valves 201--includes lessons on standards, fugitive emissions, critical service valves, asset monitoring, materials and valve repair.  MORE

VALVE MANUFACTURING

Velan Appoints Yves Leduc as President  MORE

Cameron Enters Subsea Well Intervention Alliance Agreement  MORE

Metso Selling Process Automation Systems to Valmet MORE

Elaine Thomas of Bradken-Energy Honored by SFSA  MORE

Victaulic Facility Named ‘Top Plant’ in 2014  MORE

VALVEMAGAZINE.COM

Control Using Wireless Throttling Valves

Ideally, a wireless valve would communicate its position to the controller with minimal delay. In some cases, however, significant delay may occur between the valve receiving a command to change position and communicating its response to the controller. Two separate series of tests have been conducted to determine how much the wireless component affects these communications.  MORE

END-USER INDUSTRIES

EPA Unveils New Steps to Curb Methane Emissions  MORE

Reclaiming Wastewater Re-Opens Door to Once-Costly Projects  MORE

U.S. Proved Oil Reserves Up, Natural Gas at All-Time High  MORE

North Dakota May Use Oil Revenue for New Project Incentives  MORE

Cheaper Oil Could Push Texas into “Painful Regional Recession”  MORE

VALVE MAGAZINE

From the Winter 2015 issue…

Electric Actuation in Pipeline Systems

When a U.S. liquid pipeline company needed to upgrade an existing refined products pipeline, the existing ball-type, reduced-port control valves were replaced with electro-hydraulic actuators. Problems with the chosen actuators resulted in several suggestions for maximizing efficiency and reliability when utilizing electric actuators in pipelines. MORE

Coming in the Spring 2015 issue…

The State of Heavy Oil in Canada

Because Canadian heavy crude is trading below US$40 a barrel for the first time in five years, several operators in Alberta have chosen to leave oil and gas shut-in until prices recover to profitable levels. Many are also reducing their capital spending budgets, actions that could have an impact on the valve industry.

MANUFACTURING & THE ECONOMY

U.S. Manufacturers Brace for Potential Impact of Cheaper Oil  MORE

Consumer Confidence Climbs to 11-Year High  MORE

Fed’s Beige Book Projects Continuing Economic Growth  MORE

NFIB: Small Business Optimism Highest Since 2006  MORE

U.S. Adds 252,000 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Down to 5.6%  MORE

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EVENTS OPEN TO INDUSTRY

March 2015 – January 2016
VMA/Sam Deep Leadership Academy
Pittsburgh, PA
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March 5-6, 2015
Technical Seminar & Exhibits
San Antonio, TX
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May 12-14, 2015
Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits
Charlotte, NC
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Oct. 21-23, 2015
Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits
San Antonio, TX
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