Emerson Process Management is
an outdated supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system as well as remote terminal units (RTUs) used throughout Hampton Roads Sanitation District’s (HRSD) wastewater collection system. Currently, HRSD serves about 1.7 million people over an are...
The Manufacturers Standardization Society (MSS)
that recently revised Standard Practice, SP-135-2016, High Pressure Knife Gate Valves, has been approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as an American National Standard (ANS).
The first edition of MSS SP-135 was published in...
Weekly U.S. commercial crude oil inventories have increased by more than 71 million barrels (15%) since the end of September, pushing crude oil storage capacity utilization to a near record high of 73% for the week ending June 10.
IHS, in its outlook for Canadian oil sands production through 2025, expects continued growth through the period. IHS anticipates a new phase driven primarily by the expansion of existing facilities with more attractive economics.
Oil sands production is
to grow by nearly one million barrels pe...
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, speaking Tuesday near Pittsburgh, expressed fierce opposition to free-trade agreements and criticized Hillary Clinton for supporting them. Trump blamed Clinton and her husband for the loss of millions of manufacturing jobs and threatened to pull the U.S. out ...
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index, which had decreased in May, improved in June. The Index now stands at
, up from 92.4 in May. Those stating business conditions are “good” increased slightly from 26.1% to 26.9%, while those saying business conditions are “bad&rdquo...
According to a May 2012 study among midsized business owners and senior executives conducted by the ADP Research Institute, a specialized group within ADP, 33% of U.S.-based midsized companies incurred unintended expenses related to noncompliance with government regulations in the past year. Of those who were fined or penalized, each received an average of 6.4 fines or penalties. Moreover, the study also found that organizations who process payroll in-house received nearly three times as many fines or penalties as organizations that outsource their payroll (an average of 5.7 fines or penalties for businesses that process payroll in-house, versus 2 fines or penalties for companies that outsource their payroll).