For more than 35 years, De Nora Water Technologies has offered seawater electrochlorination systems to economically and safely produce a powerful biocide and disinfecting agent for marine, offshore and industrial applications. De Nora Water Technologies is the world leader in the supply of equipment
for seawater electrochlorination with more than 400 installations in 60 countries, producing more than 1.3 million kilograms per day of sodium hypochlorite from seawater and representing more than 65% percent of the world capacity for this type of technology.
ISA’s 62nd International Instrumentation Symposium Issues Call For Papers
The Program Committee of the 62nd International Instrumentation Symposium (IIS) has issued a Call for Papers, inviting authors, innovators, thought leaders and other professionals in the instrumentation field to submit abstracts for presentation consideration at the conference.
Fast, Accurate Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analysis From Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
New Instrument Helps Pharma Labs Comply with Global Quality Requirements
Colorado Petroleum Council: New Rules On Oil And Natural Gas Should Focus On Encouraging Investment In Colorado’s Economy And Jobs
The recently released proposed rules covering oil and natural gas operations in Colorado will be judged based on their impact on investment, development and job creation, according to the Colorado Petroleum Council.
Acteon Companies Claxton And OIS Improve Decommissioning Technology To Deliver Subsea Well Abandonment Campaign
Claxton, an Acteon company, has improved the technological advantage of its Suspended Well Abandonment Tool (SWAT) by developing an extension module.
Prolonged Price Slump For Crude Oil, Natural Gas
U.S. crude oil and natural gas production will continue to trend lower in the fourth quarter of this year, but both markets will likely remain oversupplied through 2016 and prices for both commodities will remain at multi-year lows.