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Ineos buys second Scottish shale licence

By John McKenna

Chemical company Ineos today acquired a majority interest in a shale gas development licence in Scotland’s Midland Valley.

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Chemists boost biofuel production

Chemical engineers in the US have modified yeast tolerance to enhance biofuel production capacity.

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Shale shapes Siemens' ambitions

The $7.6 billion acquisition of Dresser-Rand is Siemens’ latest move in its bid to enter the booming US shale oil & gas market.

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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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German ExxonMobil employees drink fracking fluid - web

ExxonMobil staff drink fracking fluid

11 Sep 2014

Staff of ExxonMobil this week appeared on national television in Germany to attempt to show that fracking fluid is harmless.

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.

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