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HFT release upgraded high speed purging system
  1. LyondellBasell will build a major plastics plant in Texas or Louisiana

    Fuelfix.com - Energy
    07.29 / 17:40 fuelfix.com
    LyondellBasell will build a major plastics plant in Texas or Louisiana
    The petrochemical giant, which recently expanded its plants in the Houston and Corpus Christi areas, is looking to build near its existing footprints. The aim is to use LyondellBasell's increased ethylene capacity to produce 1.1 billion pounds a year of high-density polyethylene. The world's most common plastic is…
  2. US drillers add three oil rigs back to the field

    Fuelfix.com - Energy
    07.29 / 17:40 fuelfix.com
    US drillers add three oil rigs back to the field
    U.S. drillers put three oil rigs back in the field this week, Baker Hughes said Friday, still pushing the nation’s rig count higher even as crude prices fall back toward $40 a barrel. Companies have dispatched 58 oil rigs back into the field since Baker Hughes’ oil rig count hit bottom at 316 in late …
  3. Oil rout erodes 2nd-qtr profits for U.S. majors Exxon, Chevron

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Oil rout erodes 2nd-qtr profits for U.S. majors Exxon, Chevron
    Exxon shares down 4.5 per cent Friday By Ernest Scheyder HOUSTON, July 29 (Reuters) – Chevron Corp posted its worst quarterly loss since 2001 on Friday and Exxon Mobil Corp reported a 59 percent slide in quarterly profit, both victims of a prolonged rout in crude prices and sinking income from refining, a sign of the […] The post Oil rout erodes 2nd-qtr profits for U.S. majors Exxon, Chevron appeared first on The American Energy …
  4. Opinion: La Nina set to boost U.S. winter heating oil demand

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Opinion: La Nina set to boost U.S. winter heating oil demand
    2016-17 La Nina expected to cause colder winter in northern US   By John Kemp LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) – Middle distillates remain the one ray of hope for U.S. oil refiners still struggling to clear a glut of gasoline caused by over-production earlier in the year. Stocks of distillate fuel oil are higher than normal but […] The post Opinion: La Nina set to boost U.S. winter heating oil demand appeared first on The American Energy N…
  5. Renewable Energy News: Duke Energy Renewables Control Center crosses 3,500-megawatt milestone; adds more capabilities

    PennyEnergy - Oil and Gas
    07.29 / 17:12 pennenergy.com
    Renewable Energy News: Duke Energy Renewables Control Center crosses 3,500-megawatt milestone; adds more capabilities
    Duke Energy Renewables today announced its control center now serves more than 3,500 megawatts of wind and solar energy plants across the U.S. since it opened in its new location in…
  6. Swiber applies for judicial management instead of liquidation

    Reuters - Energy
    07.29 / 17:10 reuters.com
    Swiber applies for judicial management instead of liquidation
    SINGAPORE, July 29 (Reuters) - Singapore oilfield services company Swiber Holdings Ltd said on Friday it has applied to place itself under judicial management instead of liquidation. …
  7. Oil prices steady but U.S. crude faces biggest monthly loss in a year

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Oil prices steady but U.S. crude faces biggest monthly loss in a year
    Oil prices down 15 per cent on month   By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) – Oil prices steadied on Friday amid short-covering after a week-long selloff but were on track to end the month about 15 percent lower on persistent glut concerns, with the biggest decline seen for U.S. crude in a year. […] The post Oil prices steady but U.S. crude faces biggest monthly loss in a year appeared first on The American Energy …
  8. Enbridge profit misses slightly, hurt by Fort McMurray wildfire

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Enbridge profit misses slightly, hurt by Fort McMurray wildfire
    Enbridge shares up slightly on TSX By Nia Williams and Amrutha Gayathri CALGARY, Alberta, July 29 (Reuters) – Enbridge Inc, Canada’s largest pipeline company, reported a slightly lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday as its liquids pipeline business was hit by a massive wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta. The company said oil deliveries were 255,000 barrels per […] The post Enbridge profit misses slightly, hurt by Fort McMurray wildfire appeared first on The …
  9. UPDATE 1-Libya government, oil guards reach deal to reopen ports

    Reuters - Energy
    07.29 / 16:34 reuters.com
    UPDATE 1-Libya government, oil guards reach deal to reopen ports
    BENGHAZI, Libya, July 29 (Reuters) - Libya's government has reached a deal with an armed brigade controlling the Ras Lanuf and Es Sider oil ports to end a blockade and restart exports from the major terminals shut down since December 2014, officials said. …
  10. Market Currents: Chinese crude oil imports are slowing

    Fuelfix.com - Energy
    07.29 / 16:27 fuelfix.com
    Market Currents: Chinese crude oil imports are slowing
    A weaker U.S. dollar is once again wafting smelling salts under the nose of the crude market, and this time it appears to be working. A large miss for preliminary Q2 U.S. GDP has further stoked economic concerns, but the love/hate relationship betwixt crude and the U.S. dollar means crude is trying to close with its first …
  11. Backpage: The last word in wind - August 2016

    Windpowermonthly.com - Energy
    07.29 / 16:06 windpowermonthly.com
    Backpage: The last word in wind - August 2016
    WORLDWIDE: Mickey Mouse rules in Germany; flights of fancy; ancillary facts and figures; and JP Morgan comments on the UK's EU referendum…
  12. Windmax: Monthly digest of wind turbine operating data

    Windpowermonthly.com - Energy
    07.29 / 16:06 windpowermonthly.com
    Windmax: Monthly digest of wind turbine operating data
    WORLDWIDE: Windpower Intelligence, the data and research division of Windpower Monthly, has teamed up with the Imperial College Business School of London to analyse and publish the output and capacity factors of operating wind turbines in Germany and…
  13. Big Picture: Raising expectations

    Windpowermonthly.com - Energy
    07.29 / 16:06 windpowermonthly.com
    Big Picture: Raising expectations
    GERMANY: Mounted on a 164-metre concrete-steel hybrid tower for a tip height of nearly 230 metres, this 3.3MW Nordex N131 in south-west Germany is now the world's tallest wind…
  14. New legislation paves way for 500MW of wind farms

    Windpowermonthly.com - Energy
    07.29 / 16:06 windpowermonthly.com
    New legislation paves way for 500MW of wind farms
    SERBIA: Serbia has laid the groundwork for the construction of 500MW in wind farms with the approval and publication of long-awaited renewable-energy legislation on power purchasing agreement criteria, incentives and other details of the market…
  15. How Vestas won the Midwest

    Windpowermonthly.com - Energy
    07.29 / 16:06 windpowermonthly.com
    How Vestas won the Midwest
    UNITED STATES: A well-proven, competitively priced turbine and a strategic service agreement gave Vestas the edge over its rivals to win a 2GW deal with…
  16. Israel Proves the Desalination Era is Here

    Scientific American - Energy
    07.29 / 15:59 scientificamerican.com
    Israel Proves the Desalination Era is Here
    One of the driest countries on earth now makes more freshwater than it needs -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com …
  17. Oil and Gas News: EVOL LNG to bunker LNG at Fremantle Port in Australian first

    PennyEnergy - Oil and Gas
    07.29 / 15:59 pennenergy.com
    Oil and Gas News: EVOL LNG to bunker LNG at Fremantle Port in Australian first
    In an Australian first, EVOL LNG has been approved by Fremantle Ports to bunker liquefied natural gas (LNG), providing access to the cleaner shipping fuel alternative for LNG-powered marine vessels visiting Fremantle…
  18. Why I Am Skeptical Of Electric Vehicles

    Energytrendsinsider.com - Energy
    07.29 / 15:40 energytrendsinsider.com
    Why I Am Skeptical Of Electric Vehicles
    Electric vehicles may eventually reduce oil demand, but this week Robert Rapier shows why it's going to take a lot longer than proponents…
  19. Barrels and bytes: the origins of oil traders’ love of Yahoo

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Barrels and bytes: the origins of oil traders’ love of Yahoo
    Yahoo is ending legacy instant messaging service as it rolls out Messenger, which fails to meet industry’s compliance standards By Catherine Ngai NEW YORK (Reuters) – For the oil industry, Yahoo Inc’s decision this week to sell its core business to Verizon Communications Inc for $4.8 billion does not matter all that much. Their world already changed […] The post Barrels and bytes: the origins of oil traders’ love of Yahoo appeared first on The American Energy N…
  20. Personal voltage detectors

    PennyEnergy - Product
    07.29 / 15:24 pennenergy.com
    Personal voltage detectors
    Construction equipment: Pole setting foam for setting, straightening distribution and transmission…