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HI’s Circulator Pump Energy Rating Program

The Hydraulic Institute (HI) has announced its Circulator Energy Rating Program as a key resource in making energy efficient circulators inclusive of controls easier to identify and adopt in the marketplace....
18 June 2021
Cheniere Energy, LNG, shipping, natural gas, fugitive emissions, methane emissions, transportation

LNG Cheniere deal to quantify GHG emissions

Cheniere Energy, Inc., the largest producer of liquefied natural gas in the U.S., announced a collaboration with five natural gas producers and several leading academic institutions to implement quantification,...
17 June 2021
Air Products to build net-zero hydrogen energy complex

Air Products to build net-zero hydrogen energy complex

Air Products and its subsidiary Air Products Canada Ltd., in conjunction with the Government of Canada and the Province of Alberta, have announced a multi-billion dollar plan to build a landmark new net-zero...
16 June 2021
Fugitive Emissions Journal, LDAR, leak detection, methane, emission control, fugitive emissions, valve emissions, LDAR engineer

What makes a good LDAR plan?

Am I doing this LDAR stuff right? Is my calibration paperwork correct? Do I have the proper person signing off on my Delay of Repair paperwork? Is my LDAR database set up correctly? These questions get...
15 June 2021
EnLink Midstream, CCUS,carbon capture, carbon emissions, fugitive emissions, Carbon Solutions Group, Permian Basin, Louisiana oil, oil and gas

EnLink Midstream forms Carbon Solutions Group

EnLink Midstream, LLC (EnLink) announced the formation of a group to pursue energy transition opportunities, including projects in carbon capture, use, and sequestration (CCUS). "We are pursuing exciting...
10 June 2021
Sierra Instruments, flare measurement system,  QuadraTherm® qMix, fugitive emissions, refining, emission control, stack testing

Sierra's new Real-Time Flare Measurement System

Sierra’s QuadraTherm® qMix RealTime Flare Measurement System (FMS) delivers real-time flare gas flow measurement to accurately measure flows down to 0.1 sfps, meeting the full range of EPA regulations....
09 June 2021
Alberta Carbon Trunk Line, Wolf Midstream, pipeline, construction, oil and gas

Natural gas plant designed to reduce oilsands emissions

In the latest project designed to green the oilsands industry, Wolf Midstream says it will build a facility to strip petroleum liquids from natural gas used in operations near Fort McMurray leaving a purer...
08 June 2021
 Valve World Americas Journal, Valve World Americas, Valve World, Valve news, valves, tech talk, piping stress, how piping stresses affect valves, plant design, piping engineer

How Piping Stresses Affect Valves

When designing a new plant, a piping engineer has to make sure that loads imposed by piping on attached equipment does not reach certain limits. Normally, rotating equipment and vessel nozzles are considered...
07 June 2021
Setpoint Integrated Solutions appoints CEO

Setpoint Integrated Solutions appoints CEO

Setpoint Integrated Solutions is pleased to announce that Matthew Bate, current Setpoint Chief Financial Officer, will be promoted to the role of President & Chief Executive Officer. Bate will succeed...
07 June 2021
Dow, Shell, e-cracking, cracking, fugitive emissions, emission control, greenhouse gas, steam crackers, ethylene crackers

Dow & Shell develop E-Cracking technology

Dow, Inc. and Shell announced a joint development agreement to accelerate technology to electrify ethylene steam crackers, which supply chemicals used to make products that people use every day. Today’s...
02 June 2021