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Sapio Group

Sapio has been operating as a market leader on the Italian market in the industrial and medical gases sector for 90 years: in fact, it was founded in 1922. Today, the enterprise is an industrial group (member of Assogastecnici, the Federchimica [Chemical Federation] association for the industrial and medical gases sector) able to completely satisfy the market’s requirements and necessities and with the potential for developing new technologies and new services personalised for the single entrepreneurial concerns.

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Guyana-Suriname basin: Rise from obscurity to super potential

Article | May 13, 2021

Recent discoveries in the Guyana-Suriname basin attest to estimates of 10+ Bbbl of oil resources and more than 30 Tcf of gas.1 Like many oil & gas successes, this is a story that begins with early exploration success onshore, followed by a long period of exploration disappointment in coastal to shelf regions offshore, eventually culminating in deepwater success.

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Global polyolefins for the rest of 2021: supply to lengthen as demand muddle continues

Article | May 13, 2021

SOMEHOW, despite the still very serious container freight shortages that have limited imports, buying sentiment seems to have weakened in the European polyolefins market, according to my outstanding ICIS colleague, Linda Naylor.

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Pulmonary toxicity – a challenge for drug and chemical development

Article | May 13, 2021

Despite the common assumption that adverse drug reactions only affect the kidney and liver, more than 600 medications inducing lung toxicity have been reported.1 Lungs are susceptible to toxicity due to their large surface area and metabolism of certain substances2, such as antibiotics and anti-inflammatories, and specialist drugs targeting the cardiovascular system and tumours. This has resulted in 4-10% of patients developing pulmonary toxicity.

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THE BENEFITS OF CHEMICAL FOAMERS, AND HOW BEST TO USE THEM TO MAXIMISE PRODUCTION

Article | May 13, 2021

Downhole fluid build-up coupled with a drop in reservoir pressure can lead to the rapid decline of gas production rates, and can ultimately result in a well ceasing production. While there are many ways to deliquify a well to maximise production, chemical foamers can be incredibly effective and well worth considering. In this blog post, Kevin Lonie shares some of the benefits of using chemical foamers, and provides insights and advice around how best to use them… “Foamers are a much cheaper option than alternative solutions, such as mechanical lifts, and there is very little risk associated with their usage. If a foamer doesn’t work, it won’t make the well worse - so often we see clients giving them a go before opting for more expensive methods, in the hope that they produce the desired results. And we have seen their success over and over again.”

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Sapio Group

Sapio has been operating as a market leader on the Italian market in the industrial and medical gases sector for 90 years: in fact, it was founded in 1922. Today, the enterprise is an industrial group (member of Assogastecnici, the Federchimica [Chemical Federation] association for the industrial and medical gases sector) able to completely satisfy the market’s requirements and necessities and with the potential for developing new technologies and new services personalised for the single entrepreneurial concerns.

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