Emerson recently named new senior leadership appointments to its Office of the Chief Executive who now report directly to chairman and CEO David N. Farr, and help develop and guide the company’s global strategies.
Michael H. Train’s
is executive president of Emerson Automation Sol...
All-Pro Threaded Products, an All-Pro Fasteners company, received the official API Q1 registration and on September 23, 2016 become the second of only two within the industry to have
the API 20E & 20F monogram licenses.
The American Petroleum Institute (API) has confirmed that All-Pro...
U.S. natural gas production levels in the lower 48 states declined by nearly 1.2% in September 2016 compared to August 2016 levels, according to
from IHS Markit. September’s decline drops year-to-date production levels 1% compared to the same period in 2015.
Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) recently issued a request for 750,000 MW hours of energy located in its territory. Results from the request for proposals (RFP) will help DEC meet North Carolina's 2007 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) that mandates the company generate 12....
Results from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s October Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey suggest that regional manufacturing conditions continued to improve. Indexes for general activity, new orders, and shipments were all positive this month. But firms in the
Reports from the twelve Federal Reserve Districts suggest national economic activity continued to expand during the reporting period from late August to early October. Most Districts indicated a modest or moderate
pace of expansion
; however, the New York District reported no change in overall activit...
Although the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that manufacturers added only 40,000 new workers in the second quarter, down from 124,000 in the first quarter, manufacturing continues to spark economic recovery. Year-to-date, the sector has contributed 17% of all net job creation in the economy, but the unemployment rate remains at 8.2%. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) reported also that its Purchasing Managers’ Index fell below 50 for the first time since July 2009, suggesting that the manufacturing sector contracted in June, led by a sharp decline in new orders and exports.