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  1. Seatronics And Neptune Oceanographics Announce Global Rental Agreement

    Seatronics, an Acteon company, has signed a rental agreement with Neptune Oceanographics, global leaders in the detection of leaks in subsea pipelines, risers and control systems.

  2. Media Reports About ExxonMobil Lobbying On Iran Sanctions Are Inaccurate

    Media reports that ExxonMobil is lobbying the U.S. government on Iran sanctions are inaccurate.

  3. Analytical Systems Integration

    Measurement made easy from start to finish — purchasing, project management, engineering, fabrication, installation, commissioning and service.

  4. OriginClear And E3 Team Up To Offer Disaster Water Recovery To SERVPRO Franchisees Nationwide

    OriginClear, Inc., developer of breakthrough water cleanup technology, and OriginClear licensee E3 Services and Solutions, LLC (E3) have teamed up to form a joint venture (JV) intended to offer quick-response disaster water reclamation services to the SERVPRO network of 1800 franchisees in North America.

  5. Governor Brown Declares State Of Emergency In Santa Barbara County To Assist Oil Spill Response

    Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today issued an emergency proclamation for Santa Barbara County due to the effects of an oil spill near Refugio State Beach yesterday.

  6. Functional Safety - SIL2 Certified Clamp-On Flowmeter

    As the world’s first ultrasonic clamp-on flowmeters, the FLUXUS series from FLEXIM have proven their suitability for use in process control protection equipment according to the IEC 61508 norm and are certified as "SIL 2 capable".

  7. ExxonMobil Announces Significant Oil Discovery Offshore Guyana

    Exxon Mobil Corporation recently announced a significant oil discovery on the Stabroek Block, located approximately 120 miles offshore Guyana.

  8. Is Fracking Wastewater More Radioactive Than Scientists Thought?

    Fracking wastewater may be more radioactive than researchers previously believed. A new study shows that "commonly used testing methods may underestimate the total radioactivity of wastewater produced by gas wells that use hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, to tap the Marcellus Shale," according to Science, a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

  9. Oil Pipeline Owes New Mexico Millions For Dumping Natural-Gas Wastewater

    An oil-pipeline owner is facing millions of dollars in fines issued by New Mexico regulators after flouting regulations governing the disposal of natural-gas pipeline wastewater.

  10. Solvay And Enirgi Chemicals Join Forces To Market SOLVAir Solutions For Emissions Treatment In North America

    Solvay and Enirgi Chemicals have created a 50-50 joint venture to speed up the development and offering of sodium bicarbonate based products and solutions to reduce airborne emissions from industries in North America.

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