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Virtual Market Outlook Workshop
valve magazine enewsletter   News for VALVE readers who procure, specify, use, maintain, repair, sell and manufacture valves, actuators & controls. VALVE eNews is distributed every two weeks to 25,000 industry professionals

One Week Until the Outlook Workshop

VMA's 2020 Market Outlook Workshop Aug. 6-7 will provide attendees the insight they need to navigate the economic recovery. Forecasts include a Wall Street perspective, global insight and predictions on key markets such as oil and gas, chemical, water and wastewater, power and more. The event will include many chances to discuss issues with the experts and to network with other attendees. MORE

Cyber-securing Your Mined Bytes

Companies today mine vast amounts of data to reveal useful patterns in areas such as customers’ preferred purchases, shipping logistics and market trends. This data needs to be safeguarded. Best practices guidance is available for companies that are developing the necessary systems and creating ways to keep this valuable information safe from internal and external threats. MORE

Valve Forum
 

VMA MEMBER AND VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Curtiss-Wright Signs Agreement with Ringo Valves MORE

MSS Publishes 2 Revised Industry Standards MORE

ProMation Engineering Names Mahler Western U.S. Territory Manager MORE

Emerson Selected by Jaguar for Onshore E&P Program MORE

Badger Alloys Appoints Kohler New Quality Engineer MORE

Riggs Promoted to Teadit North America VP of Sales & Marketing MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

U.S. Fracking Set for First Monthly Rise This Year MORE

New Method of Carbon Capture Discovered MORE

API Reports Continued Rebound in U.S. Petroleum Demand MORE

FERC Reforming PURPA Rules MORE

Haynesville Shale Surpasses Eagle Ford in Texas MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Summer 2020:

New Technology for a New Age

Today’s pneumatic valve systems have joined the Industrial Internet of Things. The new technology includes better ways to control valves, incorporate sensors, network with other equipment and use the data and communication channels now available. MORE
 

Coming in Fall 2020:

What’s to Come in 2021

With the current economic uncertainties, it’s more important than ever to be supplied with information that can predict what may happen in various markets. Fall’s issue highlights forecasts from major economists and experts on valve end-user industries.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

U.S. Economy Shrank 32.9% in Second Quarter MORE

Texas Manufacturing Recovery Continues MORE

Orders for Durable Goods in U.S. Increased Last Month MORE

IHS Markit: U.S. Manufacturing Expanded in July MORE

Report: 89% of Manufacturers Negatively Impacted by COVID-19 MORE

Consumer Confidence Down Again This Month MORE

 


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