Flowserve Corporation has appointed David Wilson as president, Industrial Products Division (IPD). Wilson
Tom Pajonas, executive vice president, Global Operations, and interim president, IPD, who announced his year-end retirement plans earlier in the year.
MRC Global (US) Inc. has renewed an Enterprise Framework Agreement with Shell Global Solutions International B.V. Under
, MRC Global will stock and distribute mechanical valves to Shell for its operated upstream, midstream and downstream assets for maintenance, repair and operation (MRO...
Dominion Energy Virginia is moving forward with its plan to study the feasibility of a $2 billion pumped hydroelectric storage facility in the coalfield region of southwest Virginia by conducting in-depth studies of two potential sites. The company currently is
two possible locations for t...
An increasing focus on resiliency and water supply risk is driving investment in water reuse. New capacity additions in the U.S. municipal water sector are forecasted to surpass $21.5 billion from 2017 to 2027, according to a new report from
. At the epicenter of U.S. reuse activity...
Industrial production declined 0.9% in August following six consecutive monthly gains. Hurricane Harvey is estimated to have reduced the rate of change in total output by roughly 0.75%. The
index for manufacturing
decreased 0.3%; storm-related effects appear to have reduced the rate of change in facto...
Business activity continued to grow strongly in New York State, according to firms responding to the
September 2017 Empire State Manufacturing Survey
. The headline general business conditions index held steady at 24.4. The new orders index rose four points to 24.9 and the shipments index climbed four...
In August the Empire State Manufacturing Survey indicated general business conditions fell thirteen points to -5.9, slipping below zero for the first time since October of 2011—a sign that activity declined for New York manufacturers over the month. Twenty-two percent of respondents reported that conditions had improved, while 28% reported that conditions had worsened. The new orders index fell three points to -5.5, its second consecutive reading below zero, pointing to a small decline in orders. The shipments index fell six points to 4.1, and the unfilled orders index inched higher but remained negative at -10.6. The delivery time index fell six points to -7.1, indicating that delivery times were shorter, and the inventories index declined eight points to -8.3, suggesting a modest decline in inventory levels.