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Hydrogen’s Role in Reducing Carbon Emissions

Hydrogen could significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions for various industrial uses, which makes it an alternative to fossil fuels. This is because the net reduction would consider both CO2 emissions at the point of use and the emissions produced directly from producing the hydrogen or indirectly from the electricity required. MORE

EPA Replaces Waterway Regulations

The EPA and Department of the Army announced the Navigable Water Protection Rule, which would replace an already-repealed Obama Administration law expanding waterways that must be kept safe from pollution. The new rule rolls back protections on smaller bodies of water, a move supported by property owners where those water sources flow. MORE

Leadership Forum

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Custom Valve Solutions Joins Valve Repair Council MORE

Curtiss-Wright Names New Segment Presidents MORE

Mueller Water Products Brass Foundry Under Construction MORE

Spirax Sarco Celebrates 30 Years of Professional Accreditation MORE

Blast at Watson Grinding and Manufacturing Claims Two Lives MORE

Metso Centralizing European Warehouse Operations MORE

Crane Co. Acquires CIRCOR Instrumentation & Sampling MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

U.S. Crude Oil Production, Exports Hit Historic Highs MORE

FERC Approves Construction of Lockridge Gas Pipeline MORE

Feds to Allow Keystone XL Pipeline on BLM Territory MORE

U.S. Oil Production Continues to See Efficiency Gains MORE

Faulty Valve to Blame in Oil Wastewater Spill MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Winter 2020:

Valves in Space

Any equipment that travels into space or serves on one of the space stations faces a unique set of challenges. A winter feature outlines some of the challenges and how they are met by NASA and its crews. MORE
 

Coming in Spring 2020:

Infrastructure and Clean Water

Spring’s issue will address the current state of the nation’s water infrastructure, the issues the aging structures present to water supplies, how government regulators are involved, what’s to come and how it could affect those who supply to the industry.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

After Passing Senate, President Signs USMCA Trade Agreement MORE

Consumer Optimism Jumps in January MORE

Orders for Durable Goods Rose in December MORE

Growth in Texas Manufacturing Activity Picks Up MORE

Manufacturing Expansion Slowed in January MORE

 


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