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  1. OPEC cuts to extended for 12 months

    Arabianindustry.com - Energy 05.25 / 10:19 arabianindustry.com
    OPEC and non-member oil producers are set to extend output cuts on…
  2. No-slip clamps for petroleum services

    PennyEnergy - Product 05.25 / 09:40 pennenergy.com
    Effortlessly attain over 5,000 lb of clamp load quickly and reliably - without part slippage - with new Dimide…
  3. Pipeline oil & gas services

    PennyEnergy - Product 05.25 / 09:40 pennenergy.com
    This company's 11 major pipeline service categories are summarized and shown in field use by this free four-page…
  4. Midstream gas turbine inlet cooling

    PennyEnergy - Product 05.25 / 09:40 pennenergy.com
    ECOChill gas turbine inlet cooling is presented in this free datasheet to increase horsepower density and improve production by up to 25% - no matter the…
  5. Terminal packages for oil & gas processing

    PennyEnergy - Product 05.25 / 09:40 pennenergy.com
    Total Terminal Solutions are available as packages to streamline the entire planning and ordering…
  6. LNG dry disconnect couplings

    PennyEnergy - Product 05.25 / 09:40 pennenergy.com
    CryoDC dry disconnect couplings are new for cryogenic media transfer including…
  7. TMX's Natural Gas Exchange subsidiary to use blockchain to track flows

    TMX Group has developed a blockchain-based prototype that will be utilized by its energy exchange subsidiary, Natural Gas Exchange…
  8. Solar-Powered EV Charging Arrives in the San Joaquin Valley

    Triplepundit.com - Energy 05.25 / 09:15 triplepundit.com
    Local officials touted the launch of an extensive solar-powered electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the San Joaquin Valley. But is this money well spent in an area where EVs are still a rare…
  1. Duvalay prepares Kell Brook for his return to welterweight

    Furniturenews.net - Consumer Goods 05.25 / 08:53 furniturenews.net
    Leading sleep expert Duvalay has supplied one of the UK’s top professional boxers with a specialist mattress to help him prepare for this latest fight. Now regarded as a key component of any sporting regime, good quality sleep is high on the agenda for Kell Brook’s coaching team as his scheduled return to welterweight is tomorrow, 26th May…
  2. 26 Eco-Friendly Things to DIY For Your Dog

    Do you, also, have a hankering to craft for your…
  3. Seven Steps to Building a Private Label or Contract Manufacturing Partnership

    Seven ways to build an efficient, strong partnership with a private label or contract…
  4. Lycored Announces Joint Venture With Algatechnologies

    Lycored, an international wellness company at the forefront of ingredient and nutrition supplements, announced today a joint venture with Algatechnologies (Algatech), a premier biotechnology company and global leader in cultivating microalgae and production of natural…
  5. Dryer Design Allows Gluten-Free Process With No Cross-Contamination

    Vibrating fluid bed dryers and coolers from process equipment manufacturer The Witte Co., Washington, New Jersey (www.witte.com), enable food manufacturers to process gluten-free flours on the same processing lines used for processing wheat, rye, barley, oats and other glutenous products without risk of…
  6. Alpha-, Beta-carotene and Lycopene Demonstrate Inverse Correlation to Parkinson

    A new study reveals that low serum alpha-carotene, beta-carotene and lycopene contribute to increased risk and progression of Parkinson’s disease…
  1. Scientists find another reason why declawing your cats is not OK

    Zmescience.com - Environment 05.25 / 10:21 zmescience.com
    Declawing surgery is illegal in many countries but still carried on in some places. While researchers have already proven that the practice causes massive health issues such as lameness, chewing of toes and infection, the long-term impact of declawing was still not properly assessed. Now, a new study details just that, and it’s exactly what you’d expect: the procedure increases …
  2. Sea Levels Are Rising Three Times Faster Than Thought, Study Reveals

    Global sea levels are accelerating fast, according to a new…
  3. Stuck in their backyard: Tennessee towns fight landfills

    Tennessean.com - Environment 05.25 / 09:10 tennessean.com
    A small Tennessee town is locked in a fight with landfill operator over clean-up of toxic…
  4. The Trump Administration Just Punted on How to Handle the Most Toxic Pesticides

    Motherjones.com - Environment 05.25 / 09:04 motherjones.com
    Back in March, the Environmental Protection Agency abruptly reversed its own decision to ban a highly toxic insecticide called chlorpyrifos—an endocrine-disrupting chemical that is strongly suspected of hindering brain development in kids, even at tiny exposure levels. Turns out, the EPA wasn't done running interference for the chemical, a big seller for agrichemical giant Dow Agrosciences. On Monday, the agency shelved a proposal, originally scheduled to go into effect on…
  5. While the U.S. Tries to Bring Back Coal Jobs, India Embraces Clean Energy

    Agmetalminer.com - Environment 05.25 / 06:54 agmetalminer.com
    It’s a story of two democratic countries and the policies they pursue vis-à-vis energy. Two-Month Trial: Metal Buying Outlook So while the U.S. under President Donald Trump is kind of trying to revive its coal industry, far away India is doing the opposite – embracing clean energy with a vengeance and relying on it for... The post While the U.S. Tries to Bring Back Coal Jobs, India Embraces Clean Energy appeared first on Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Stainless, Rare Earth, Metal Prices, Fore…
  6. EV Connect to Increase EV-Ready Communities Throughout New York State

    Greenlivingguy.com - Environment 05.25 / 05:24 greenlivingguy.com
    100 Dual Level 2 stations to be installed in 50 locations throughout New York LOS ANGELES, CA, March 8, 2017 – EV Connect, a leading provider of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging solutions, including development of the industry’s most innovative, robust... Read More EV Connect to Increase EV-Ready Communities Throughout New Yor…
  7. Mark Feight to Appear on 'This Week in Agribusiness' on May 18th

    24-7pressrelease.com - Environment 05.25 / 04:54 24-7pressrelease.com
    The International Agribusiness Group is excited to announce that their managing director Mark Feight will be joining Max Armstrong for the May 18th episode of This Week in…
  8. International Noise Awareness Day Today

    Energybangla.com - Environment 05.25 / 04:48 energybangla.com
    People all over the world along with organizations and governments will observe the 22nd Annual International Noise Awareness Day (INAD) on today. Bangladesh will also observe the day with various activities like roadshows, view exchange programs, cost-free hearing test and hearing aid distribution programs throughout the country. The Centre for Hearing and Communication (CHC) has been observing the day since 1996 to encourage people to do something about bothersome noise where they work,…
  1. Care to hazard a guess at this antique tool?

    Farm and Dairy - News 05.25 / 09:40 farmanddairy.com
    Hazard a guess at this wooden antique tool that has its owner and antique stores stumped! The post Care to hazard a guess at this antique tool? appeared first on Farm and…
  2. Wrangler Wants to Increase the Supply of Sustainable U.S. Cotton

    Triplepundit.com - Agriculture  05.25 / 09:15 triplepundit.com
    Wrangler plans to expand a pilot program to boost the supply of more responsible cotton in the U.S., the company announced during the Sustainable Brands conference in Detroit this…
  3. Wheat harvest could start early, weather permitting

    FarmWeek Profit - News 05.25 / 06:33 farmweeknow.com
    Some fields ahead of schedule, but farmers hope for better weather to add…
  4. Illinois landowners take CRP, CREP double whammy

    FarmWeek Profit - News 05.25 / 06:33 farmweeknow.com
    National acreage exhausted, state enrollment unavailable due to budget…
  5. Nitrogen converting, more prone to loss after heavy rains

    FarmWeek Profit - News 05.25 / 06:33 farmweeknow.com
    Soil sampling the best way to determine soil fertility levels, best course of…
  6. An artless deal made for trade

    Farm and Dairy - News 05.25 / 05:31 farmanddairy.com
    Sonny Perdue invoked a 2014 Farm Bill directive to create the undersecretary of trade by eliminating the undersecretary of rural development. The post An artless deal made for trade appeared first on Farm and…
  7. Be sure to be counted in 2017

    Farm and Dairy - News 05.25 / 05:31 farmanddairy.com
    The Census of Agriculture highlights land use and ownership, operator characteristics, production practices, income and expenditures and other topics. The post Be sure to be counted in 2017 appeared first on Farm and…
  8. Roundup of FFA news for May 25, 2017

    Farm and Dairy - News 05.25 / 05:31 farmanddairy.com
    Catch up on local FFA news for the week of May 25, 2017. The post Roundup of FFA news for May 25, 2017 appeared first on Farm and…
  1. Protect Your Eyes For The Great Event With This Solar Eclipse Glasses

    What you need to know when buying solar eclipse glasses for the Great American Total Solar…
  2. Cassini looks on as solstice arrives at Saturn

    Phys.org - Astronomy 05.25 / 09:39 phys.org
    NASA's Cassini spacecraft still has a few months to go before it completes its mission in September, but the veteran Saturn explorer reaches a new milestone today. Saturn's solstice—that is, the longest day of summer in the northern hemisphere and the shortest day of winter in the southern hemisphere—arrives today for the planet and its moons. The Saturnian solstice occurs about every 15 Earth years as the planet and its entourage slowly orbit the sun, with the north and south hemispheres a…
  3. Icy Crescent

    Nineplanets.org -Space 05.25 / 05:35 nineplanets.org
    The plumes of Enceladus are not visible in this shot. The geometry between the Cassini spacecraft, Enceladus, and Saturn allows for the illimuation of the moon by “Saturn-shine” but it also puts the region of those southern plumes in what we could call “deep shadow”. The effect can be illustrated By increasing the exposure on…
  4. 2 US Astronauts Conduct Unplanned, Rapidly Executed Contingency Space Walk on Space Station

    Universe Today - News 05.25 / 04:28 universetoday.com
    In the space of just 3 days, a pair of NASA astronauts conducted an unplanned and rapidly contingency space walk on the exterior of the space station on Tuesday, May 23 in order to replace a critical computer unit that failed over the weekend. The post 2 US Astronauts Conduct Unplanned, Rapidly Executed Contingency Space Walk on Space Station appeared first on Universe…
  5. EUMETSAT to host information day on crucial data access procurement on 1 June

    Eumetsat.int -Space 05.24 / 22:39 www.eumetsat.int
    The European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) will hold an information day for European industry on the procurement process for a key data access element of the EU’s Copernicus environment monitoring programme, at its Darmstadt headquarters on 1 J…
  6. Cassini Looks on as Solstice Arrives at Saturn

    Jpl.nasa.gov -Space 05.24 / 22:39 www.jpl.nasa.gov
    NASA's veteran Cassini spacecraft has reached a new milestone as of today: Saturnian…
  7. NASA Moves Up Launch of Psyche Mission to a Metal Asteroid

    Jpl.nasa.gov -Space 05.24 / 22:39 www.jpl.nasa.gov
    Psyche, NASA's mission to a unique metal asteroid, has moved up one year, with launch in the summer of 2022, and a planned arrival at the main belt asteroid in…
  8. Observers spot top secret satellite launched by SpaceX earlier this month

    Spaceflightnow.com -Space 05.24 / 22:39 spaceflightnow.com
    A network of amateur skywatchers and satellite observers have located a classified spacecraft owned by the National Reconnaissance Office, a U.S. government intelligence agency, in low Earth orbit after its launch May 1 from Florida aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9…
  1. Sikorsky bullish on export prospects for CH-53K helicopter

    Flightglobal.com - Military&Defense 05.25 / 09:49 flightglobal.com
    Sikorsky hopes it can secure at least 200 export orders for its CH-53K King Stallion heavy-lift helicopter, with Germany and Israel its clearest near-term…
  2. DoE requests to terminate MOX nuclear disposition programme, again

    Janes.com -Military 05.25 / 09:44 www.janes.com
    The US Department of Energy (DoE) has once again requested that Congress terminate a multi-billion-dollar project aimed at disposing weapon-grade plutonium, the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility (MFFF). The MFFF has strong backing among South Carolina's congressional delegation and has…
  3. Boeing wins DARPA XS-1 Phase 2/3 competition

    Janes.com -Military 05.25 / 09:44 www.janes.com
    Key Points Boeing wins widely anticipated DARPA space contract Goal is to develop a reusable spaceplane that can eventually launch 10 times in 10 days Boeing on 24 May beat Northrop Grumman and Masten Space Systems to complete advanced design work for the US Defense Advanced Research…
  4. Belarus develops new lightweight rocket launcher

    Janes.com - Military 05.25 / 09:41 janes.com
    Belarusian company BSVT-VV is developing a new multipurpose rocket launcher called the MM-60, a representative of the company told Jane's at the MILEX 2017 exhibition in Minsk. "Having analysed recent conflicts, the world market, and potential customers' requirements, we have decided that…
  5. Exercise 'Formidable Shield' to test SMART-L's BMD capabilities

    Janes.com - Military 05.25 / 09:41 janes.com
    International maritime exercise 'Formidable Shield', to be held in the Hebrides this October, will be used to test NATO's theatre ballistic missile defence (BMD) capabilities. During the exercise the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) air defence and command frigate (LCF) HNLMS De Ruyter , fitted with…
  6. USN plans MQ-8C UAS in-flight target update demonstration

    Janes.com - Military 05.25 / 09:41 janes.com
    Key Points The USN is seeking to demonstrate transmission of in-flight target updates for network-enabled weapons via Link 16 installed on the MQ-8C NAVAIR is planning to contract with Northrop Grumman for Link 16 hardware and software integration The US Navy (USN) is planning to integrate…
  7. Pentagon budget 2018: MDA budget reflects need to counter advanced threats

    Janes.com -Military 05.25 / 08:46 www.janes.com
    Key Points MDA will complete acquisition and deployment of all 44 GBIs by end of 2017 The agency is seeking funds to begin efforts to counter hypersonic weapon threats The US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is seeking USD7.9 billion in its fiscal year 2018 (FY 2018) budget request, which…
  8. Pentagon budget 2018: MPF tank concepts rolls forward with USD36 million

    Janes.com -Military 05.25 / 08:46 www.janes.com
    The US Army has requested USD36.242 million in fiscal year 2018 (FY 2018) for its Mobile Protected Firepower (MPF) platform that it hopes can quickly deploy with relatively low logistics demand but enough protection and firepower - likely via a light- to medium-tank - to ensure the…
  1. Researchers find antibiotic-resistant superbugs in four California parks

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 05.25 / 09:59 medicalxpress.com
    The anxiety over antibiotic-resistant superbugs, which are responsible for 23,000 deaths a year in the United States, is likely to grow in California, following the recent discovery by UCLA researchers of high levels of antibiotic-resistant genes in parks in four…
  2. Scientists focus on 'guardian of the genome' to understand preterm births

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 05.25 / 09:59 medicalxpress.com
    Scientists have gotten a better look at the effects of a gene known as the "guardian of the genome" in causing premature births and…
  3. Parents' divorce increases risk of health disorders in children

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 05.25 / 09:59 medicalxpress.com
    Children's well-being is among the biggest concerns when a couple gets a divorce. Scientists at the universities of Santiago de Compostela and Vigo have carried out a study into how divorce affects children's health, finding increased risk of genitourinary, gastrointestinal, dermatological and neurological…
  4. What It's Like To Live In A Small, Rural, Politically Divided Town

    Wbaa.org - Medecine 05.25 / 09:18 wbaa.org
    If you fly into Haines, Alaska, you'll be on a prop plane so small that your pilot will call the roll. "Melissa." Yup. "Mary." Yes. "Joseph?" Right here. Just 2,500 people live in Haines — a small town in southeast Alaska surrounded by water. The scenery is incredible, with snowy mountains and lush green forest beyond. The city center is just a few blocks, with several bars, a few restaurants and a beautiful, award-winning library. But lately, this idyllic place has been roiled by a bitter …
  5. Do men have worse chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy than women?

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 05.25 / 09:01 medicalxpress.com
    Men seem to have worse chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy than women despite receiving similar cancer treatments, according to research presented today at EuroCMR…
  6. No evidence that brain-stimulation technique boosts cognitive training: study

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 05.25 / 07:56 medicalxpress.com
    Transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS)—a non-invasive technique for applying electric current to areas of the brain—may be growing in popularity, but new research suggests that it probably does not add any meaningful benefit to cognitive training. The study is published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Sci…
  7. Insurance vs. out-of-pocket payment not a big factor in weight-loss outcomes

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 05.25 / 07:56 medicalxpress.com
    Individuals whose insurance covered the cost of a comprehensive medical weight-loss program had one-year outcomes very similar to those of patients who paid for the treatment out of pocket, according to an observational study conducted at Wake Forest Baptist Medical…
  8. Large market share for non-quality-assured malaria medicines in Africa

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 05.25 / 07:56 medicalxpress.com
    A new study of malaria medicine quality in 8 sub-Saharan African countries has found a large and potentially growing market for non-quality-assured (QA) malaria treatments—medicines not pre-approved by global health organisations - as much as 20% of the private-sector market in Kenya, and 42% in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). As one of the most comprehensive recent studies relating to medicine quality in the region, the findings provide new insights for patients, researchers, p…
  1. First Annual Cinco De Survivor A Hit Amongst Local Breast Cancer Start Up Support Group "Breast Friends Forever"

    24-7pressrelease.com - Industries 05.25 / 10:02 24-7pressrelease.com
    Survivors attended adorned in Pink with renowned Breast Cancer Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr Ali…
  2. Engineering exports grew six times in April: EEPC

    Livemint.com - Industries 05.25 / 09:57 livemint.com
    The shipments of engineering goods to Israel have grown a whopping 640% at $146.42 million in April this fiscal, as against just about $20 million in the same month in…
  3. Odfjell Admits to Violating U.S. Probation

    Worldmaritimenews.com - Industries 05.25 / 09:24 worldmaritimenews.com
    Singapore-based Odfjell Asia II Pte Ltd, which was convicted in 2014 of violating the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships, has admitted to violating the conditions of its probation, the U.S. Department of Justice said. As a result, the company’s term of probation, which was scheduled to conclude this month, was extended by one year, […
  4. Navios Holdings Sees Red Ink

    Worldmaritimenews.com - Industries 05.25 / 09:24 worldmaritimenews.com
    Greek shipping firm Navios Maritime Holdings widened its net loss in the first quarter of 2017, reaching USD 48.7 million, compared to a net loss of USD 7.5 million posted in the same period a year earlier. In the three month period ended March 31, 2017, the company’s revenue dropped to USD 95.3 million from…
  5. Boxship Captain Commits Suicide During Transatlantic Voyage

    Worldmaritimenews.com - Industries 05.25 / 09:24 worldmaritimenews.com
    A captain of a container ship has apparently committed suicide during a voyage from New York, United States to Tilbury, the UK, according to Apostleship of the Sea (AoS). The 2,824 TEU Santa Bettina was one week into its voyage when the captain apparently took his own life on board, leaving its crew members distraught and traumatised, […
  6. New record set for largest-capacity vessel to transit expanded Panama Canal

    Transportweekly.com - 05.25 / 09:19 transportweekly.com
    Today, less than a month after the previous record was set, the Panama Canal welcomed the Neopanamax container vessel OOCL France, making it the largest capacity vessel to transit the Expanded Canal since it was inaugurated in June 2016. The OOCL France containership—which measures 366.47 meters in length and 48.23 meters in beam with 13,926 total TEU allowance (TTA)—transited northbound from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. "This trend towards the transit of 13,000 TEU or greater ves…
  7. Fresh awards to be launched at Aquaculture UK Conference

    Thefishsite.com - Industries 05.25 / 09:09 thefishsite.com
    One of the highlights of next month’s inaugural Aquaculture UK Conference is set to be the relaunch of the former Scottish Marine Aquaculture A…
  8. Grayling UK back in the black as owner Huntsworth predicts strong 2017

    Prweek.com - Industries 05.25 / 09:07 prweek.com
    The UK arm of Grayling has returned to profitability, with a "large part" of the PR agency now profitable globally, owner Huntsworth announced this…