The pharmaceutical and chemical sectors were today named by the government as the two sectors most responsible for increased productivity in British manufacturing over the past 20 years.
The 1.4GW Didcot B power station will run at half its generating capacity for the foreseeable future after a fire damaged four of its cooling towers last night.
Shell hires Wood Group’s subsea engineering division for subsea and pipeline design of Peterhead Carbon Capture and Storage project.
Chemical company Ineos today acquired a majority interest in a shale gas development licence in Scotland’s Midland Valley.
Quantitech has launched the FROG-4000, a rugged, portable instrument capable of analysing trace levels of individual volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in air, soil and water.
ETA has introduced its first track-mountable mechatronic circuit breaker offering worldwide approvals.
On the 02 October 2014, the 5th International Colloquium on Environmental Systems Management in Europe took place in Turin, Italy.
The $7.6 billion acquisition of Dresser-Rand is Siemens’ latest move in its bid to enter the booming US shale oil & gas market.
Staff of ExxonMobil this week appeared on national television in Germany to attempt to show that fracking fluid is harmless.
Blacoh University has facilitated a roundtable video with industry leaders to discuss key aspects of a project to secure new equipment for a water reservoir and treatment facility.