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Reshuffle: What now for shale?

John McKenna, Editor

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Shale drilling licensing launched

By John McKenna

Licensing round for onshore oil & gas exploration launched, aimed at encouraging development of shale reserves.

Shale gas

Traffic fears block shale bid

By John McKenna

Concerns over potentially high levels of traffic have led planners to block a proposed exploratory shale oil and gas well in West Sussex.

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Buncefield fire

Diverting disaster

By Robert Smith

In the wake of an industrial disaster, updating plant safety technology is often the first port of call. But are there more effective ways for companies to safeguard their future?

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John J. Kilbane

Corrosion monitoring

Up to 40% of internal pipeline corrosion is due to microbiological causes. Intertek’s John J. Kilbane looks at the techniques used to analyse this destructive force.

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Water treatment roundtable Video

2 Jul 2014

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.

Changing the face of industrial HMI Video

16 Jun 2014

Advantech’s latest range of products include several new models in the TPC, SPC, FPM and WebOP ranges, all of the TPC, SPC and FPM come with 16:9 wide screen & multi-touch, high-performance computing with dual-core technology, and true flat front IP66 certified touch screen design, making them suitable for automotive production.

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