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Ineos Grangemouth

Funding for Grangemouth CCS

By John McKenna

UK and Scottish governments announce joint funding for proposed Carbon Capture and Storage project at Grangemouth.

BP’s Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010

North Sea emergency simulated

By John McKenna

The emergency services and RAF were among those working with Oil & Gas industry representatives last week to stage a mock incident in the North Sea.

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Buncefield2

Process safety: barely begun

By John McKenna

Ten years on from the Buncefield explosion, only small steps have been taken to establish a process safety culture in the workplace.

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Upstream Intelligence

Subsea processing “major focus” for operators

Despite volatile oil prices, subsea processing continues to be a major focus for the most forward looking operators, says upstream solutions provider Upstream Intelligence.

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Cogent and Skills Academy merge

By Robert Smith

Sector skills group Cogent is merging with the National Skills Academy Process Industries (NSAPI) and the Technical Apprenticeship Service (TAS) to form Cogent Skills.

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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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Engineering and design for lean construction Video

9 Dec 2014

The Aveva Group has launched this short video which explains how best to control the design spiral on construction projects.

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.

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