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ENPAR delivers electrochemical treatment plant

ENPAR has announced the delivery of its electrochemical treatment plant to an industrial site owned and operated by a multinational petrochemical services company.

BIO comments on EPA REGS rule

The Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) has submitted commens on the EPA's renewables enhancement and growth support (REGS) rule.

DuPont & Lundberg offer APC systems

DuPont and Lundberg have jointly announced they will offer air pollution control (APC) systems for refineries and petrochemical plants.

Nano-design will reduce smog

Haldor Topsoe is part of ProNOx – a new four-year, US$4 million research programme to improve selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalysts by designing an optimal nanomaterial.

AFPM opposes Carbon Tax proposal

A statement has been released by the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers' President and CEO Chet Thompson regarding the recent calls for a carbon tax.


DTF: more clean air for the dollar

The Diesel Technology Forum has said clean diesel projects would be the best choice for the use of VW settlement dollars.

Green Plains reports results

Green Plains has reported its results for the fourth quarter (4Q16) and the full year.

Global bio-alcohols market

The global bio-alcohols market is expected to reach US$11 574 million by 2022, according to a new report from Allied Market Research.

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Green hydrogen pilot facility to be built

The European Commission has awarded the H2FUTURE project consortium the contract to construct an electrolysis plant for producing green hydrogen.

Altus acquires MAX Environmental Technologies

Altus Capital Partners has announced its acquisition of MAX Environmental Technologies, Inc., in order to support company growth in industrial-related waste treatment and disposal.

API calls for smart regulation

The API’s President and CEO has called for smart, science-based oil and natural gas regulations to boost the US’ energy renaissance.