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Refining Remains on Solid Ground Despite Uncertainties

Because crude prices are currently low, U.S. refineries are not under imminent threat by renewables and alternative energy sources, speakers at the recent Argus American Crude Summit concluded. However, they will need to learn to adapt to take advantage of changing energy preferences. MORE

High-Strength 3D Printing Accelerates Operations

Additive manufacturing uses a variety of technologies and materials to rapidly create complex forms. Innovations have enabled 3D printing of strong, tough plastic parts for challenging industrial applications using high-performance plastics or reinforcement such as carbon fibers. MORE

Leadership Forum

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

MRC Global Joins Valve Manufacturers Association MORE

Watson Grinding and Manufacturing Files for Bankruptcy MORE

Metso’s Lebedeff Wins Corporate Counsel Award MORE

Emerson Partners with Belgian Brewery Research Group MORE

Baker Hughes Supplying Valves for BAPCO Modernization Project MORE

Curtiss-Wright Signs Exclusive Agreement with APS MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

Greater Demand for Plastics a Boon for Petrochemical Industry MORE

EIA: Power Generation from Coal and Nuclear Plants to Plateau MORE

Wastewater Recycling on the Rise in Permian Basin MORE

Global Chemicals Output Accelerates in December MORE

Texas Oil and Gas Economy Contracted in 2019 MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Winter 2020:

New President, Chair for VMA

Heather Rhoderick, CAE, took over the top staff position at VMA late last year while Bryan Burns, DeZURIK, was approved as the new board chair. Both have deep levels of experience in the industrial world and plans for how to make the association and the U.S. and Canadian valve  stronger than ever. MORE
 

Coming in Spring 2020:

On the Minds of Young Engineers

With the skills gap on everyone’s minds, a crucial issue for any company in industry today is: what do today’s up-and-coming employees know about valves and equipment, and what do they want to know? Spring’s issue goes directly to the source: engineers in the earliest stages of their careers.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

U.S. Added 225,000 Jobs in January MORE

Texas Economy Building Momentum to Start Year MORE

ISM: Factory Activity Expands for First Time Since July MORE

U.S. GDP Increases 2.1% for Second Straight Quarter MORE

 


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