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Waste to Renewable Chemicals

Waste to Renewable Chemicals

5 DAYS AGO  |  Kate Kunkel

More than 93% of Edmonton, Alberta’s nearly 880,000 residents recycle, keeping 60% of waste out of the landfills. But that wasn’t good enough for this...

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Cameron Acquires MaxTorque

Cameron has acquired the MaxTorque line of products and services. The business will now be offered through Cameron’s Flow Control division, part of the company’s Drilling & Production Systems group.

 

“The acquisition of MaxTorque is an excellent complement to the products and services offered by the Flow Control division,” says Britt Schmidt, Flow Control president. “We are excited about the opportunities that the addition of MaxTorque provides to Cameron.”

 

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