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Harsco Reaches “Cool” Milestone

Harsco Industrial Air-X-Changers/Hammco has shipped its 100,000th ASME-certified cooler section. The cooler section is the main component of an HAXC Model 156 EH cooler. The vertical-discharge, forced-draft cooler combines engine and compressor cooling in one unit. The cooler shipped on April 21 and will be used in the Permian Basin of West Texas in a […]
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Understanding A Future Fuel

Caterpillar Marine has announced the unveiling of the first LNG (liquefied natural gas) test bed for gas-fueled engines at its facility in Kiel, Germany. The LNG preparation unit consists of an LNG tank and a gas preparation unit, both in 40 ft. container size and both developed and supplied by Marine Service GmbH, Hamburg. With

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Powering Bolivia

The first Siemens gas turbines for the expansion of three power plants in Bolivia have started their way to South America.In May 2016, Siemens has signed the corresponding agreement to increase the power generating In May 2016, Siemens signed the corresponding agreement to increase the power generating capacity of the country by more than one

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BASF Sees Role of Oil and Gas Unit Declining Further

The world's largest chemicals maker said its focus would be on boosting profitability at its chemicals and crop protection businesses as the contribution to earnings from oil and gas, hurt by low crude oil prices, diminishes further.
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Petrobras Sees Room For More Efficient Payroll, CAPEX

Petrobras has room to improve the efficiency of its investments and payroll spending, executives say.
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Canada Introduces Law to Ban Tankers Off North British Columbia

Canada's Liberal government has introduced legislation for a moratorium on oil tanker traffic along the northern coast of the British Columbia province.
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Total, Inpex Propose Taking 39% Stake In Indonesia's Mahakam Block

Total E&P Indonesie, a unit of French major Total, and Japan's Inpex Corp propose taking a 39% stake in the new production sharing contract (PSC) for the Mahakam block.
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Trump's China Deal Boosts US LNG Without Rule Change

America's shale gas could soon head to China under long-term contracts for the first time, bolstered by a new trade deal.
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ETP Says U.S. Drilling Ban Unlikely to Delay Ohio Gas Pipeline

Completion of the Rover pipeline, the biggest natural gas pipe under construction in the United States, is not expected to be delayed by a U.S. federal order to stop new drilling to install pipe, Energy Transfer Partners LP said on Thursday.
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Oil Rally Fizzles as Focus Shifts to Output OPEC Can't Control

Oil's rebound ran out of steam as investors focus on all the production that OPEC can do nothing about.
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BP Accuses Former Oil Analyst Of Stealing Trade Secrets

BP has sued a former US oil analyst for allegedly stealing trade secrets and other confidential information, according to court filings.
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India BPCL Revises Naphtha Export Pricing, Adds Argus Quotes

India's state-run Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd is revising the formula it uses to price naphtha exports.
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US Shale's Favorite Financial Trick Is Getting Less Attractive

US drillers have dramatically reduced their hedging activity, a move that could portend a break in the production gains that have upended global crude prices.
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In Fight Against US Shale Oil, OPEC Risks Lower for Longer

In their battle to revive the global oil market, OPEC and its allies are digging in for a long war of attrition against shale.
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How Can Oil, Gas Firms Manage Talent Better?

Executive coaches discuss how oil and gas employers can regain trust of displaced talent.
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Caspian Oil Pipeline Eyes Massive Expansion Thanks to New Oilfields

The Caspian oil pipeline will boost its capacity this year by some 47 percent thanks to new oilfields in the region including the giant Kashagan deposit in Kazakhstan, the director general of the consortium that owns it said on Friday.
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Romania To Start Gas Production At New Caragele Field In 2019

Romgaz will start production in 2019 at a newly discovered gas field, its biggest find in three decades, the government says.
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Kemp: India's Gasoline Boom Stalls

India's gasoline consumption has flattened out in recent months after tremendous growth between 2014 and 2016.
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US Oil Firm Cobalt Files For Arbitration Against Angola For $2B

Cobalt said it had filed requests for arbitration seeking more than $2B from Sonangol after the two failed to reach an agreement on license deadline extensions.
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