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Shell to start new gas field
Mantee project part of East Coast Marine Area in Trinidad and Tobago
Burckhardt, Engie sign renewable energy agreement
Four-year agreement seeks to decarbonize operations across U.S.
Atlas Copco completes two acquisitions
Company adds to compressor portfolio
Worley wins FEED contract
New compression facility in Australia
CO2 pipeline planned for Dunkirk
Equinor, GRTgaz system would send CO2 to Norway
LNG regasification terminal moves step forward
Black & Veatch completes feasibility study
Caterpillar investing $725M in Indiana large engine plant
Expansion expected to create 100 new full-time positions
CECE joins transatlantic call for end to EU/US steel tariffs
Industry bodies rally as steel and aircraft dispute threatens to be renewed
Construction starts on huge Dutch hydrogen network
Grid operator Gasunie initiates 1,200km pipeline set to cost €1.5 billion
Operational clean hydrogen production projects to ‘double globally’
Number of global zero and low-carbon hydrogen production projects has grown significantly
Cost of controversial US pipeline project rises to US$7.2 billion
Total cost of natural gas pipeline system increases, and completion date pushed back
Proposed FSRU, power plant denied by Ireland’s top planning board
Development would be ‘contrary’ to greenhouse gas reduction goals, board said
Fluor sells European industrial service business
Deal adds revenues of €500 million to purchaser
Cornerstones of Compression: Rotary sliding vane compressors
Unique sliding vane machines are one of the oldest types of compressors
Ties that bind: WPI, Ariel’s special relationship
Houston-based distributor has been Ariel distributor since 1987, now has 24 North American locations
Two more Capstone microturbines for Canadian oil and gas site
Follow-on order for two 200 kW Signature Series models
California treatment plant to produce renewable fuel for solid waste trucks
City of Roseville’s trash and recycling fleet will run on RNG
Texas upstream oil & gas jobs up 9.7% in April
Count nears 200,000 workers for the first time in more than three years
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