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Weekly Round Up
26 October 2016
Latest Companies

Remedy Asset Protection - Consultancy Services for Hydrocarbons Protective Coating Projects

Williams Fire & Hazard Control - High-Performance Industrial Firefighting Solutions and Equipment

HESCO - Hostile Vehicle Mitigation Barriers, Protecting Pipelines and Personnel

Wakefield Acoustics - Noise Control Enclosures and Silencers

SWA Water Australia - Water and Waste Water Engineers

Press Releases

New Meridian Hydrogen Sensor Now Available
Tyco Gas & Flame Detection is pleased to announce that the Meridian Hydrogen (H2) Sensor is now available.

Improving Oil Analysis
While routine oil analysis is the cornerstone to all condition based monitoring (CBM) programs, the resulting data is not always leveraged into meaningful information.

Sulzer Extends the High-Efficiency SMD Water Pump Range
Sulzer introduces an extension to the state-of-the-art SMD axially split pump range to meet the requirements in municipal water treatment, supply, and distribution. The company expands the performance of the pump range towards lower flows and implements a higher level of standardization for cost-effective solutions and short delivery times.

12th IFLEXX Meeting: German Petroleum Industry Discusses the Future of Electronic Data Exchange
Data transfer via ISDN ceases in 2018 – IFLEXX continues to gain ground.

London Chemicals & Resources to Attend Nitrogen and Syngas 2017
London Chemicals & Resources will be attending Nitrogen + Syngas 2017 at Hilton London Metropole, between 27 February and 2 March 2017.

White Papers

Effectively Eliminating Water Contamination from Hydraulic and Lubricating Fluids
Water is the most common and damaging contaminant found in hydraulic and lubricating...

Quality that Adds Value to Your Fuel
WRT has been a leading additive technology and services provider in the fuel industry since...

Cutting-Edge Pumping Solutions for the Oil and Gas Downstream Processing Industry
Sulzer understands the many sophisticated processes used in the oil and gas downstream processing industry....

Phosphate Ester Fluid Maintenance Challenges and Solutions in EHC Systems
Despite the excellent lubricating and safety properties of phosphate ester lubricants, many turbine and Electro-Hydraulic Control (EHC) users struggle with their maintenance....

Service Solutions for the Oil and Gas Industry
Customised and innovative service solutions help you to reduce maintenance time and cost, and improve the efficiency and reliability of your equipment....


September's top stories: Enbridge to buy Spectra, Petrobras to sell 90% of NTS gas
Enbridge has agreed to acquire Spectra Energy for $28bn, and Petrobras has approved the sale of 90% shares of its Nova Transportadora do Sudeste natural gas business division to Brookfield Infrastructure Partners. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines for August 2016.

August's top stories: Golden Pass secured EIS, Statoil planned to sell non-operated interests in West Virginia
Golden Pass secured a final environmental impact statement (EIS) from US-based Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the proposed $10bn LNG export project, and Statoil planned to sell some of its non-operated interests in West Virginia, US, to Antero Resources for approximately $96m. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines for August 2016.

July's top stories: AEG's $27bn contract, Saudi Aramco's four engineering contracts
AEG Power Solutions secured a contract to supply equipment for the $27bn Yamal LNG project in Russia, and Saudi Aramco signed four engineering contracts to build its SAR50bn ($13.3bn) Fadhili gas processing project. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines for July 2016.

June's top stories: Novatek's $19bn financing plan approved, ETE terminated merger deal
Novatek shareholders approved $19bn of external financing to be raised for the construction of Yamal LNG plant in Russia, and Energy Transfer Equity terminated its $37.7bn merger agreement with the Williams Companies. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines for June 2016.

May's top stories: Yamal LNG project signed agreements, Halliburton and Baker Hughes' merger abandoned
Russia's $27bn Yamal liquefied natural gas (LNG) project has signed 15-year loan agreements, and Halliburton and Baker Hughes have abandoned their previously announced merger valued at $34.6bn. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines for May 2016.


Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project, British Columbia
The Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project, a proposed pipeline to transport sweet natural gas, will be constructed in northern British Columbia, Canada.

Nyhamna Gas Plant Expansion
The Nyhamna onshore processing facility, located on the Nyhamna peninsula on Norway’s west coast, is undergoing an expansion to increase its capacity to receive gas from Aasta Hansteen field as well as other new fields.

Skangas LNG Import Terminal, Port of Tahkoluoto, Pori
Skangas, a subsidiary of Gasum, has completed the construction of Finland’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal at Port of Tahkoluoto in Pori.

Dirok Gas Field, Assam
The Dirok gas field is located in block AAP-ON-94/1 B in Tinsukia District of Assam, India, and lies in close proximity to Digboi.

Access Northeast Project, New England
The Access Northeast Project proposes the upgrade of the existing Algonquin gas transmission pipeline, and construction of associated liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facilities in New England, US.

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