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  • IWC Builds Massive GRP Fan Stacks for Kusile Power Station

    Eskom’s new Kusile Power Station in Witbank, Mpumalanga, is set to benefit from the energy-efficiency of IWC’s patented glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) fan stacks, four of which have been manufactured for one of the station’s mechanical induced-draft cooling towers. By incorporating the flared-diffuser design, which has a slightly tapered exit cone and a ...

  • New flaring technology extends lifespan of ageing landfill gas sites

    Biogas Technology Ltd has demonstrated a successful new low-calorific flaring solution to manage diminishing methane gas emissions on closed landfill sites.   The innovative  low-calorific gas flare has been successfully piloted as part of the ...


    By ENER-G

  • Gas Busters

    Trilliant Oilfield Services has single mud/gas separators of varying sizes. These separators are capable of safely handling the high volumes of surface gas and liquid which today's under balanced and horizontal drilling projects are producing. Our design provides for an efficient and high degree of mud/gas separation. The 6X23 separator under atmospheric operations has a liquid capacity of 96,000 ...

  • New shaker screen service in Bakken

    Drilling in North Dakota? Trilliant will supply, stock and service your shaker screen program on your location. Explain your program specs, then let us supply quality screen products, housed in durable, small-footprint containers at your drill site, with in-person service no less than weekly. We stock the screen inventory next to the rig, and you pay for the screens you use to keep running. In ...

  • Up and running in South Texas...

    Trilliant has been interested in serving customers in multiple basins from the beginning. But, we thought it important to have experienced local field staff in place right away. As of April, 2013, we are very pleased to have our South Texas/Eagle Ford operation coming online! The key person at TOS Texas is Mr. Vernon Moseley, a veteran of the Texas oilfields with more than 30 years of very ...

  • New shop in Killdeer open...

    We've moved into our shop in Killdeer as our base of operations in the Bakken. About 4.5 acres with two shop buildings and a commercial wash facility, we're really pleased to have a permanent yard and shop of our own. Local roustabout crews dispatch from the shop and rental equipment is staged and maintained there. High and Low Side Catch Tanks, Gas Busters, Flare Stacks, Enviro-Flare Systems, ...

  • Equipment highlight: water recycling facility turning human solid waste into natural profitable gas

    A San Antonio water recycling facility is the first plant of its kind to turn methane gas from human solid waste into clean burning natural gas for profit. What gas was once being burned off using a standard flare is now turned into useful energy and being sold on the open market.   They do this with customized air pollution control equipment from Catalytic Products International. The ...

  • New SafEye 950/960 Toxic Gas Detectors

    Spectrex, Inc. has released the newest additions to the SafEye Open Path Gas Detector range. The 950 and 960 series detectors have recently been included and detect toxic Hydrogen Sulfide gas and toxic Ammonia gas, respectively, both with path lengths of up to 263ft (80m). The Quasar 950 and 960 models can be tailored to protect your personnel and high-risk installation. Reliability is key and is ...


    By Spectrex Inc

  • First Hofstetter gas system in Indonesia for the Bantar Gebang landfill site, Jakarta

    Generating energy from landfill gas represents an important step for Indonesia in its quest to reduce its shortage of electricity by using existing and renewable sources of energy. This year, landfill site operator Navigat Organic Energy is building a complete degassing system for collecting gas at the existing landfill site in Bantar Gebang. Hofstetter was awarded the order to supply the key ...


    By Hofstetter BV

  • BP Fined $60 Million for Alaska Oil Spill, Texas Air Toxics

    WASHINGTON, DC, November 1, 2007 (ENS) - In the first criminal prosecution of the requirement that refineries and chemical plants take steps to prevent accidental releases, BP Products North America, Inc. will pay a criminal fine of more than $60 million for violations of federal environmental regulations in Texas and Alaska. This is the largest criminal fine ever assessed against a corporation ...

  • Benefit from cassava plants - Hofstetter builds a CDM plant in Indonesia

    Indonesia ranks as the fourth largest cassava producer in the world. Because of its starchy tubers, cultivation of the cassava plant is an essential part of agriculture in Indonesia. In the Lampung region on the island of Sumatra, the Sahabat Group is expanding the existing production of cassava starch. During the process of extracting the starch, waste water is produced which flows into lagoons ...


    By Hofstetter BV

  • BP to Pay Largest Criminal Fine Ever for Air Violations

    (Washington, D.C. - Oct. 25, 2007) Today, BP Products North America, Inc. agreed to pay a total criminal fine of more than $60 million for violations of federal environmental regulations in Texas and Alaska. In addition to the penalty, the company will spend approximately $400 million on safety upgrades and improvements to prevent future chemical releases and spills. 'BP committed serious ...

  • Abseiling & roped access used for bird control and so much more

    Here at Eco Environmental we regularly have to utilise abseiling and rope access to install our bird control netting on buildings. It can provide a cost efficient alternative to expensive scaffolding. These methods can also be used when traditional forms of access such as scaffolding and mobile hoists are prohibited or ...

  • Global Gas Sensors Market 2012-2018 - Industry Size, Market Share, Trends, Analysis And Forecasts 2012-2018

    The gas sensors market for gas flow meters and gas flow sensors is experiencing considerable changes over the past few years. The major reasons for the continuous fluctuations in the gas sensors market are technological developments, and economic crisis. This market is now expected to witness versatile growth in the coming years due to advancement in gas sensor technology and implementation of ...


  • Gas Sensors Market - Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Analysis And Forecasts 2012-2018

    The gas sensors market for gas flow meters and gas flow sensors is experiencing considerable changes over the past few years. The major reasons for the continuous fluctuations in the gas sensors market are technological developments, and economic crisis. This market is now expected to witness versatile growth in the coming years due to advancement in gas sensor technology and implementation of ...


  • Gas Sensors and Gas Metering Market

    ReportsnReports.com adds "Gas Sensors and Gas Metering: Applications and Markets" new market research report to its store. THIS REPORT CONTAINS An overview describing the importance of gas flow metering and gas sensors/monitors Analysis of market trends, with data from 2009, estimates for 2010, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) ...


  • Explosion at Tonawanda Coke Corp. results in serious safety violations and $161,100 in US Department of Labor OSHA fines

    Tonawanda Coke Corp. and Kirchner LLC face a total of $161,100 in fines from the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration following an explosion that occurred Jan. 31, 2014, at the 3875 River Road plant in Tonawanda. The explosion collapsed brick walls, damaged electrical equipment and injured two permanent plant employees and one temporary employee. ...

  • ReportsnReports - BP Sustainability Case Study

    BP Sustainability Case Study  Sustainable development is increasingly important in the modern energy industry. The way that BP and other oil and gas companies respond to urgent and complex sustainability issues will be crucial to future energy supply. This brief gives an in-depth analysis of how BP are ...


  • Wall Street Questions Chevron Over $19 Billion Ecuador Liability

    Some Wall Street analysts are beginning to pose tough questions to Chevron over its $19 billion Ecuador environmental liability as a U.S. Congresswoman and shareholders are asking the SEC to determine if company management is misleading investors over the issue, according to the Amazon ...

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