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Why Gas Won’t Be Traded Like Oil in the Future

Wednesday, 31 August 2016  |  Chris Guy

Natural gas can be transported anywhere on LNG carriers, but will “probably remain regionally priced for the time being, with some contracts con...

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Chemours Selects Wilmington, DE for its Global Headquarters

1 DAY AGO

The Chemours Company will locate its global headquarters in Wilmington, DE. Chemours began evaluating headquarters location options more than 6 months ago with Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania all under active consideration. Recent changes to Delaware’s corporate tax structure were key comp...

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ValvTechnologies Successfully Completes NUPIC Audit

7 DAYS AGO

ValvTechnologies, Inc. recently achieved NUPIC-approved suppliers list status, upon successful completion of the Nuclear Procurement Issues Committee (NUPIC) audit conducted at the Houston facility. NUPIC members include all domestic U.S. nuclear utilities as well as several international members.

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Why Gas Won’t Be Traded Like Oil in the Future

9 HOURS AGO

Natural gas can be transported anywhere on LNG carriers, but will “probably remain regionally priced for the time being, with some contracts continuing to track oil, said Roger Bounds, senior V.P. for global gas at Shell. Prices will depend on location, regulation and infrastructure, as some c...

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Feds Warn of Bolt Failures in Offshore Drilling

1 DAY AGO

On Monday, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) director Brian Salerno held a press conference aimed at oil & gas regulators. The issue he wanted to draw attention to is the failure of bolts in offshore drilling equipment such as blowout preventers. This problem, Salerno says, has...

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U.S. Consumer Confidence at 11-Month High

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The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index, which had decreased slightly in July, increased in August. The Index now stands at 101.1 , compared to 96.7 in July. Consumers’ appraisal of current conditions improved in August. Those stating business conditions are “good” increased f...

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Advanced Manufacturing Outpaces Rest of Production Sector

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A new report from the Brookings Institution finds that high-tech advanced manufacturing bucked both global economic challenges and the longstanding shrinking of the traditional manufacturing sector over the last two years. While job losses were felt in other pockets of the production sector, advance...

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EPA Proposes New Clean Air Standards for Soot Pollution

In response to a court order, the EPA Friday proposed updates to its national air quality standards for harmful fine particle pollution, including soot (known as PM2.5). These microscopic particles can penetrate deep into the lungs and have been linked to a wide range of serious health effects, including premature death, heart attacks, and strokes, as well as acute bronchitis and aggravated asthma among children. A federal court ruling required EPA to update the standard based on best available science. The proposal, which meets that requirement, builds on steps already taken by the EPA to decrease pollution across the country. The EPA says 99% of U.S. counties are projected to meet the proposed standard without any additional action.

In response to the EPA's announcement, NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons criticized the move, stating: “The scope and damaging impact the EPA’s new standard will have on manufacturers across the country, both large and small, is troubling. Essentially this standard will result in strict regulations on any kind of existing facility, while restricting new permit requirements for the development of new facilities. This standard will also place certain counties in a ‘penalty box’ and make them less attractive to new business.”

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