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Explosion Protection
Explosion Protection in Asia: Safety Can be a Matter of Mindset
Sensitizing the Asian market in safety matters — Better safe than sorry: Asia is the undisputed powerhouse of the global process industries. Its products and newly constructed world-scale chemical parks are more than a match for the international competition. But what about the safety issues? In fact, most companies’ need for services and maintenance works are growing at a stretch and are thus in need of a little help — and encouragement — in that very field, as experts say... more


Conveyors in Continuous Production
Belt, Screw or Chain: How to Choose the Right Conveyor Technology
The 6 key considerations for selecting the right conveyor — Selecting a conveyor for a batch or continuous processing application is not always as straightforward as you might think. In fact, it almost never is. Moving material consistently can be a challenging endeavor for process engineers and procurement personnel. more
Microreactors & Process Intensification
Microreactors Make it Big: Can Micro- or Milli-Reactors be Used in Multi-Ton Production Plants?
My, how you've grown! Micro- and millireactors bring process intensification in specialty chemistry and pharmacy — One of the current challenges facing the process industry is a change in product portfolio away from commodities to customer-specific specialties. The paradigm shift in process technology production from the batch principle to the continuous flow process based on micro- and millireactors offers great advantages in many cases and is now showing initial success on an industrial scale. more
Russia: Gas Project
Total Collaborates with Novatek for Arctic LNG 2 Project
According to the terms of the agreement, Total will acquire a direct working interest of 10 % in the Novatek led giant liquefied natural gas project in Siberia. more
Japan: Alkaline-Water Electrolysis
Asahi Kasei Starts Second Hydrogen Demonstration Plant
Following the start of a demonstration project in Herten, Germany, in April 2018, Asahi Kasei launched an alkaline-water electrolysis demonstration project in Soma, Fukushima, Japan. The new project aims at the development of a large-scale production system for green hydrogen by using power input from renewable energy sources. more
UK: Oil & Gas Exploration
Faroe Petroleum Bags New Exploration Licence
The firm has been awarded a licence of Block 30/14b, which includes the high-impact Edinburgh prospect, under the licence round on the UK Continental Shelf. more
USA: Pharma Deal
Eli Lilly to Take Over TVM Capital Life Science’s ‘Aurka Pharma’
The acquisition will enable Lilly to expand its pipeline with promising oncology compounds. The firm is hoping to deliver a potential new medicine for tumour patients via this deal. more
Switzerland: Food R&D
Nestlé Merges Research Units to Form Unified Firm Nestlé Research
The newly formed company will comprise three major research institutes: Health Sciences, Material Sciences and Food Safety & Analytical Sciences and aims at elevating Nestlé’s R&D activities. more
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Iraq: Engineering and Construction
KBR Bags EPCM Contract from Basra Oil Company for Development of Majnoon Field
The scope of work includes overall project management, multi-discipline engineering support, procurement and construction management services. more
Germany: Pneumatic Systems
Triton to Sell Aventics to Emerson
Triton announced its intention to sell the pneumatic components and systems producer Aventics to Emerson. According to the company, there has been an agreement on terms with Emerson and the regulatory approval process is now underway. more
Taiwan: Liquefied Natural Gas
Osaka Gas Engineering to Provide Consulting Services on Construction of LNG Receiving Terminals
Osaka Gas Engineering has entered into an agreement to provide consulting services on construction of LNG receiving terminals of CPC Corporation, Taiwan (CPC) and Taiwan Power (TPC) respectively. more
UK: Electric Mobility
BP Focusses on Ultra-Fast Charging Technology
BP announced the investment in Store Dot's ultra-fast charging battery for electric vehicles. Using this technology, the company is also developing a new type of electric-car battery that will aim to achieve a charging speed similar to the time required to refuel a traditional car. more
Germany: Carbon-2-Chem
Carbon Capture and Utilization Concept
At the Achema, the trade show for the Process industries in Frankfurt am Main, the project Carbon-2-Chem will present its solutions for more climate protection in industry. more
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