Firms including BOC and Amec Foster Wheeler gathered in Westminster yesterday to launch their plans for an industrial Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) network in Teesside.
Moratorium on shale development proposed in parliament as Cuadrilla refused planning.
Owner EDF also announces several deals with firms including Babcock and Amec Foster Wheeler to support operation of its eight UK plants.
Engineers at the University of Huddersfield are using electron microscopy to ensure the safety of nuclear reactors.
The ChemWell-T chemistry analyser, now available with the rAPID-T software, is ideal for many applications, including beverage manufacturing and development, and within the pharmaceutical sector.
The Adlink NEON series of smart cameras is the first to combine the latest generation of quad core intel processors running Windows embedded, a choice of CMOSIS sensors and a Genicam transport layer.
Fluke has introduced its latest Thermal Imager Connect System kits featuring thermal imagers that utilise the Fluke Connect system.
Energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey made a startling admission yesterday as he informed parliament of the latest twist in the epic clean-up of Sellafield nuclear power plant.
The solenoid valve provides control over a wide range of applications. Bürkert’s Paul Trevitt looks at its development and how to select the right valve for your process.
Jobs go at Grundfos and KSB but valves sales in all sectors and water industry pump orders stay strong.
The Aveva Group has launched this short video which explains how best to control the design spiral on construction projects.
Staff of ExxonMobil this week appeared on national television in Germany to attempt to show that fracking fluid is harmless.