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23 July 2017
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Slimline Manufacturing Ltd - Mechanical Enhanced Evaporation for Hydrocarbons and Power Generation

Optical Scientific - Flow Measurement and Environmental Monitoring Systems for Petrochemical Sites

ROSEN Group - Pipeline and Tank Inspection

Presto Geosystems - Site Access Solutions for the Oil and Gas Industry

Spectrex - Optical Flame and Gas Detectors

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Press Releases

HESCO’s TERRABLOCK® Range Brings Defence Expertise to Civilian Security
HESCO, the UK and USA provider of defensive barriers and body armour, is pleased to announce its new TERRABLOCK® line of surface-mounted security barrier systems.

OpenTAS Used to Assist Replacement of Gunvor Refinery's Loading Equipment
Software and consulting services provider Implico has announced the successful completion of a major loading process modernisation project at Switzerland-based company Gunvor's refinery in Ingolstadt, Germany.

Sulzer Acquires Ensival Moret
Sulzer has joined forces with global pumping solutions provider Ensival Moret to further the development of innovative pumping and mixing technologies.

Tyco’s BM 25 and BM 25 Wireless Systems Granted INMETRO Approval
Tyco Gas and Flame Detection is pleased to announce that the BM25 and BM 25 Wireless area gas monitor solutions have been INMETRO certified in accordance with n°179-2010 regulations, and has also received approval n°15.0200 X.

MMI Engineering Recruits Caroline Field and Richard Look for New Resilience Practice
MMI Engineering (MMI) has appointed Caroline Field as the new leader of the company's Resilience Practice.

White Papers

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....

Reciprocating Compressor Systems for Oil and Gas Refineries
Burckhardt Compression is a leading global manufacturer of reciprocating compressor solutions, covering a comprehensive range of compressor...

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....

The H2S MOS Sensor ‘Going to Sleep’ Myth
H2S MOS sensors are often perceived as being mired by a rapid loss of sensitivity once they have been...

Optical Flame Detection Systems
Fire detection systems are able to recognise the various characteristics, including smoke emissions, optical radiation and sudden rises in...

Features

June's top stories: Gazprom to build gas pipeline, Cenovus Energy's divestment plan
Gazprom revealed plans to complete construction of more than 1,100km of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline by the end of the year, and Cenovus Energy declared a plan targeting around $5bn in asset sale agreements by year end. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from June.

May's top stories: ConocoPhillips closed $13.3bn sale, Saudi Aramco signed $50bn agreements
ConocoPhillips completed the $13.3bn sale of its non-operated interest in the Foster Creek Christina Lake (FCCL) oil sands partnership and the majority of its Western Canada deep basin gas assets to Cenovus, and Saudi Aramco signed $50bn agreements with US firms. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from May.

April's top stories: Fluor to upgrade two refineries in Texas, ConocoPhillips to sell San Juan Basin assets
Fluor received a contract to upgrade two refineries in Texas, and ConocoPhillips agreed to divest San Juan Basin Assets to Hilcorp affiliate for $3bn. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from April.

March's top stories: CH2M won contract from Shell, ConocoPhillips sold Canadian oil sands assets
CH2M executed a framework agreement with Shell to deliver engineering, procurement, construction and project management services to oil and gas projects located worldwide, and ConocoPhillips signed an agreement to sell Canadian oil sands assets for $13.3bn. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from March.

February's top stories: Woodside and GE agreed to boost LNG usage, Gippsland Basin gas project development
Woodside and GE agreed to support LNG usage in Western Australia, while APA Group and Cooper Energy signed a deal to develop the Gippsland Basin gas project. Hydrocarbons-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from February.

Projects

North Montney Mainline Project, British Columbia
The North Montney Mainline (NMML) project constitutes the construction of a 305km-long gas pipeline proposed by NOVA Gas Transmission Limited (NGTL), a subsidiary of TransCanada.

Ras Markaz Crude Oil Storage Terminal
Oman Oil Company subsidiary Oman Tank Terminal Company (OTTCO) is developing the Ras Markaz crude oil storage park at Ras Markaz, located approximately 70km south of the Port of Duqum, Oman.

Grupa Lotos Effective Refining (EFRA) Project, Gdansk
Grupa Lotos initiated the Effective Refining (EFRA) project at the Gdańsk refinery in Poland in 2015, in association with its partner Lotos Asfalt.

Sarqala Oil Field, Kurdistan Region
The Sarqala oil field lies in the Garmian Block located in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). First oil from the field was achieved in 2011, while commercial shipments commenced in early-2015.

River Humber Gas Pipeline Replacement Project, North Lincolnshire
National Grid is replacing its Feeder 9 high-pressure gas transmission pipeline in North Lincolnshire with a new pipeline at a cost of £150m ($198.15m).

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