Wylfa nuclear plant promised government guarantee as National Infrastructure Plan identifies projects in power, water and waste sectors
The International Council of Chemicals Associations (ICCA) is developing a process safety performance metric that it hopes will be globally applicable.
Ineos Petrochemicals confirms selection of ethane tank site as part of a US shale gas import facility.
Honeywell has won the contract to automate what will be the Middle East’s largest refinery.
Eliminating areas which might increase the potential for bacteria growth such as traps and crevices is an important design requirement for control valves used in aseptic applications, such as food processing and pharmaceutical production.
Wanner International is offering users a solution to leaking pump seal - the Hydra-Cell seal-less pump is designed to stop the problem of leaking pump seals.
Available in 2014, the DuPont Tychem 4000 S coverall provides an optimum barrier against a range of chemical hazards while also being supple and lightweight.
Last Friday I headed down to Mayfair to meet BASF chairman Kurt Bock, who over lunch gave me a fascinating insight into the mindset of a global company.
Spending on UK oil and gas is hitting record levels. Statoil’s Ingolf Søreide, the man in charge of the North Sea’s biggest project for a decade, tells John McKenna why he needs the supply chain to ensure its success.
Finding experienced and skilled operators and technicians can be a struggle in the process industries’ tight recruitment market. One way to beat the skills shortage is to train your own workforce and promote from within.
Companies that employ outdated technologies and inefficient risk management tactics are at a higher risk of costly cyber-attacks, according to security analysts. Robert Smith reports
General Waters UK has employed the use of mag drive pumps to help a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Newport, South Wales combat seal leakages.