The Oil & Gas Drone Data Playbook

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As an oil & gas professional, you encounter some of the most challenging and complex work and regulatory environments of any industry. Tasked with scouting new potential sites, you also oversee current construction; manage large fields, hundreds of oil rigs, and dozens of contractors; and secure miles of pipeline – all while keeping workers, the general public, and surrounding environments safe. Meanwhile, complicated and ever-evolving regulations make it difficult for oil & gas companies to streamline work.

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Cellectis

Cellectis is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing a new generation of cancer immunotherapies based on gene-edited T-cells (UCART). By capitalizing on its 17 years of expertise in gene editing built on its flagship TALEN® technology and pioneering electroporation system PulseAgile Cellectis uses the power of the immune system to target and eradicate cancer cells. Using its life-science-focused, pioneering genome engineering technologies, Cellectis’ goal is to create innovative products in multiple fields and with various target markets. Cellectis is listed on the Nasdaq market (ticker: CLLS) and on the NYSE Alternext market.

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Transporting biological and chemical materials - what you need to know

Article | May 13, 2021

The landscape of biological and chemical logistics has changed rapidly - as have the regulatory frameworks around it. What has not necessarily kept pace is the end-user understanding of the nature of these logistical processes, their opportunities and their constraints. Twenty years ago, the transmission of biological and chemical materials was limited to a small range of organisations: usually national and international research companies, hospitals, major university departments, police and military departments with forensic responsibilities.

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Setting record straight on testing harm in chemicals

Article | June 6, 2022

The modern world is built on chemicals, be it the medicines we use, or cleaning fluids, crop protection products, or the raw materials for everything from laptops and mobile phones to clothes and furniture. Across all, we have created an entire modern society with chemicals, and, as a result, constantly stretched the size of the world population we can feed, clothe and shelter. Yet, balancing all the gains from the modern chemistry around us against any negative environmental and human impact has been a rising concern, making for ever greater focus on testing and on risk assessment.

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Why chemical characterization is the best way to assess patient risk

Article | August 8, 2022

Everyone is very familiar with the phrase when buying a house: All that really matters are three things - location, location, and location. This same principle applies to extractables and leachables chemistry analysis – the three things that truly matter are identification, identification, and identification. The greatest growth in the past ten years in demonstrating the safety of medical devices and container closure systems for drugs has been using analytical chemistry to determine what chemicals can leach from the device and what the patient is exposed to during its intended use.

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How Chemical Companies Benefit from the Experience Economy

Article | February 10, 2020

To feel or experience from a business engagement started with customer experience mainly in the consumer products business. Today it has extended to even knowledge industries like the chemical industry where experiencing or feeling can be leveraged to include all stake holders from customers primarily to employees to supply chain people & suppliers and all else. With digital technologies this has become easier than before. The benefits from promoting the ‘feel’ or ‘experience’ emotion could be multifarious for the chemical industry as described in this article.

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Cellectis

Cellectis is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing a new generation of cancer immunotherapies based on gene-edited T-cells (UCART). By capitalizing on its 17 years of expertise in gene editing built on its flagship TALEN® technology and pioneering electroporation system PulseAgile Cellectis uses the power of the immune system to target and eradicate cancer cells. Using its life-science-focused, pioneering genome engineering technologies, Cellectis’ goal is to create innovative products in multiple fields and with various target markets. Cellectis is listed on the Nasdaq market (ticker: CLLS) and on the NYSE Alternext market.

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Carbios and Novozymes Form Long-term Alliance to Lead PET Biorecycling Worldwide

Carbios | January 17, 2023

Carbios, a leading green chemistry firm, and Novozymes, a global leader in biological solutions, have recently announced an exclusive long-term global strategic partnership. This agreement ensures the long-term production and supply of Carbios' patented PET-degrading enzymes on a commercial scale for the first biological PET-recycling plant in the world, which is scheduled to begin production in 2025 in Longlaville, France, as well as Carbios' future licensee customers. Since 2019, Carbios and Novozymes have partnered to produce enzyme-based solutions and address the sustainability challenge of plastic pollution on the environment, both in PET-recycling and PLA-biodegradation. Building on the present joint development agreement (JDA), under the new contract, the deal will see Carbios and Novozymes extend their collaborative efforts to develop, optimize, and produce enzymes that Novozymes will subsequently deliver to all licensees of Carbios' technology. In addition, the new agreement gives both parties exclusive rights in the partnership's field. The strategic partnership assists the large-scale industrial deployment of Carbios' patented PET-recycling technology, beginning with its upcoming industrial reference unit in Longlaville, France, which will be the world's first biological PET-recycling plant. While the Building and operating permits have been filed with the local authorities, and construction will commence later this year. The plant's production is scheduled to begin in 2025, with a processing capacity of 50,000 tonnes of waste per year. About Carbios Established in 2011, Carbios SA is a green chemistry firm focused on discovering and developing enzymatic bioprocesses applied to plastic and textile polymers. The company develops a new generation of entirely biodegradable plastics with a controllable lifespan, as well as a technique that allows for endless biorecycling of plastic waste (PET) and a new biological pathway for the manufacturing of competitive bio-sourced polymers. By using its unique approach of merging enzymes and polymers, it wants to address changing consumer expectations and the problems of a broad ecological shift by tackling a significant challenge of our time: plastic and textile pollution.

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Albemarle Set to Launch Technology Park in North Carolina

Albemarle | January 09, 2023

Albemarle Corporation, a pioneer in the leading global chemicals industry, announced that it had acquired a site in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., to build the Albemarle Technology Park. The company will invest at least 180 million dollars in constructing a world-class facility to boost novel materials research and advanced process development and accelerate the introduction of next-generation lithium products to the market. According to Kent Masters, the CEO of Albemarle, "Albemarle Technology Park is part of our mine-to-market innovation strategy to invest in the U.S. EV battery supply chain and to be a leader in advanced lithium materials for next-generation energy storage. This facility will focus and accelerate our lithium technology leadership, better enabling the world's transition to more sustainable energy." (Source: prnewswire.com). The company believes that breakthroughs from the new facility will improve lithium recovery, optimize production methods, and discover new forms of lithium that will enable battery performance improvements. The State of North Carolina awarded nearly $13 million as an incentive package to Albemarle for developing an advanced product innovation, process development, and lithium materials research facility in Mecklenburg County. As a part of the Job Development Investment Grant (JDIG), this incentive package will support a portion of Albemarle's investment to redevelop the former IBM and Flextronics facility. The company anticipates creating over 200 jobs on-site, with an average annual salary of $94,000. Specifically, the team aims to triple the Ph.D. holding professionals in Albemarle Technology Park. The vision for Albemarle Technology Park (ATP) covers novel lithium materials, manufacturing processes, and the commercialization of new products in close collaboration with strategic customers. The company expects ATP to become a lithium innovation hub that establishes technology leadership in the fast-expanding EV industry in the Southeast U.S. through co-locating essential operations and collaborations. The organization predicts that the improved process technologies developed at the ATP will promote sustainability by decreasing energy and water consumption, unlocking new lithium resources, and enabling lithium recovery at end-of-life through economic recycling. Albemarle anticipates initial occupancy of ATP by early 2025 and a complete ATP campus by late 2026. About Albemarle Corporation Albemarle is a frontrunner in lithium, bromine, and catalysts. The company aims to think beyond the norm to unlock the potential of companies in critical industries such as transportation, energy, and electronics. With highly talented and knowledgeable international teams, deeply rooted values, and a collaborative customer relationship approach, Albemarle is developing performance-based solutions that enable a safer and more sustainable future.

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Origin Materials Reveals Mechanical Completion of Its Manufacturing Plant, Origin 1

Origin Materials | January 30, 2023

Origin Materials, Inc., the leading global carbon-negative materials firm with a mission to accelerate the global transition to sustainable materials, announced the mechanical completion of Origin 1, the firm's first commercial manufacturing plant, following the previously disclosed schedule. Critical mechanical systems were successfully installed, and commissioning has commenced as part of mechanical completion. Work will continue on-site, including electrical work, the addition of new equipment, and the refinement of technology. Following this significant accomplishment, work will continue at the facility, with plant commissioning to support the startup scheduled to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2023 and the startup commencing soon after. Origin 1 is anticipated to address the increasing customer demand for the company's renewable materials and enable clients to qualify products and applications beyond PET. On its next earnings call, the company aims to release forecasts for sales, EBITDA, and other financial measures for 2023. About Origin Materials Origin Materials, headquartered in West Sacramento, is one of the world's foremost carbon-negative materials firms. The mission of Origin is to facilitate the global transition to sustainable resources. The firm has spent more than a decade developing a platform for converting the carbon present in affordable, abundant, non-food biomass such as sustainable wood wastes into valuable commodities while simultaneously absorbing carbon. Its unique technology platform has the potential to change the manufacture of a vast array of end goods, including clothes, textiles, plastics, packaging, auto components, carpets, and toys, with an addressable market of about $1 trillion. Additionally, the company's technological platform is anticipated to deliver consistent pricing substantially decoupled from the petroleum supply chain, which is more volatile than supply networks based on sustainable wood wastes. The patent-protected drop-in core technology, economics, and carbon effect of Origin are backed by an expanding number of worldwide investors and customers.

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Carbios and Novozymes Form Long-term Alliance to Lead PET Biorecycling Worldwide

Carbios | January 17, 2023

Carbios, a leading green chemistry firm, and Novozymes, a global leader in biological solutions, have recently announced an exclusive long-term global strategic partnership. This agreement ensures the long-term production and supply of Carbios' patented PET-degrading enzymes on a commercial scale for the first biological PET-recycling plant in the world, which is scheduled to begin production in 2025 in Longlaville, France, as well as Carbios' future licensee customers. Since 2019, Carbios and Novozymes have partnered to produce enzyme-based solutions and address the sustainability challenge of plastic pollution on the environment, both in PET-recycling and PLA-biodegradation. Building on the present joint development agreement (JDA), under the new contract, the deal will see Carbios and Novozymes extend their collaborative efforts to develop, optimize, and produce enzymes that Novozymes will subsequently deliver to all licensees of Carbios' technology. In addition, the new agreement gives both parties exclusive rights in the partnership's field. The strategic partnership assists the large-scale industrial deployment of Carbios' patented PET-recycling technology, beginning with its upcoming industrial reference unit in Longlaville, France, which will be the world's first biological PET-recycling plant. While the Building and operating permits have been filed with the local authorities, and construction will commence later this year. The plant's production is scheduled to begin in 2025, with a processing capacity of 50,000 tonnes of waste per year. About Carbios Established in 2011, Carbios SA is a green chemistry firm focused on discovering and developing enzymatic bioprocesses applied to plastic and textile polymers. The company develops a new generation of entirely biodegradable plastics with a controllable lifespan, as well as a technique that allows for endless biorecycling of plastic waste (PET) and a new biological pathway for the manufacturing of competitive bio-sourced polymers. By using its unique approach of merging enzymes and polymers, it wants to address changing consumer expectations and the problems of a broad ecological shift by tackling a significant challenge of our time: plastic and textile pollution.

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Albemarle Set to Launch Technology Park in North Carolina

Albemarle | January 09, 2023

Albemarle Corporation, a pioneer in the leading global chemicals industry, announced that it had acquired a site in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., to build the Albemarle Technology Park. The company will invest at least 180 million dollars in constructing a world-class facility to boost novel materials research and advanced process development and accelerate the introduction of next-generation lithium products to the market. According to Kent Masters, the CEO of Albemarle, "Albemarle Technology Park is part of our mine-to-market innovation strategy to invest in the U.S. EV battery supply chain and to be a leader in advanced lithium materials for next-generation energy storage. This facility will focus and accelerate our lithium technology leadership, better enabling the world's transition to more sustainable energy." (Source: prnewswire.com). The company believes that breakthroughs from the new facility will improve lithium recovery, optimize production methods, and discover new forms of lithium that will enable battery performance improvements. The State of North Carolina awarded nearly $13 million as an incentive package to Albemarle for developing an advanced product innovation, process development, and lithium materials research facility in Mecklenburg County. As a part of the Job Development Investment Grant (JDIG), this incentive package will support a portion of Albemarle's investment to redevelop the former IBM and Flextronics facility. The company anticipates creating over 200 jobs on-site, with an average annual salary of $94,000. Specifically, the team aims to triple the Ph.D. holding professionals in Albemarle Technology Park. The vision for Albemarle Technology Park (ATP) covers novel lithium materials, manufacturing processes, and the commercialization of new products in close collaboration with strategic customers. The company expects ATP to become a lithium innovation hub that establishes technology leadership in the fast-expanding EV industry in the Southeast U.S. through co-locating essential operations and collaborations. The organization predicts that the improved process technologies developed at the ATP will promote sustainability by decreasing energy and water consumption, unlocking new lithium resources, and enabling lithium recovery at end-of-life through economic recycling. Albemarle anticipates initial occupancy of ATP by early 2025 and a complete ATP campus by late 2026. About Albemarle Corporation Albemarle is a frontrunner in lithium, bromine, and catalysts. The company aims to think beyond the norm to unlock the potential of companies in critical industries such as transportation, energy, and electronics. With highly talented and knowledgeable international teams, deeply rooted values, and a collaborative customer relationship approach, Albemarle is developing performance-based solutions that enable a safer and more sustainable future.

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Origin Materials Reveals Mechanical Completion of Its Manufacturing Plant, Origin 1

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Origin Materials, Inc., the leading global carbon-negative materials firm with a mission to accelerate the global transition to sustainable materials, announced the mechanical completion of Origin 1, the firm's first commercial manufacturing plant, following the previously disclosed schedule. Critical mechanical systems were successfully installed, and commissioning has commenced as part of mechanical completion. Work will continue on-site, including electrical work, the addition of new equipment, and the refinement of technology. Following this significant accomplishment, work will continue at the facility, with plant commissioning to support the startup scheduled to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2023 and the startup commencing soon after. Origin 1 is anticipated to address the increasing customer demand for the company's renewable materials and enable clients to qualify products and applications beyond PET. On its next earnings call, the company aims to release forecasts for sales, EBITDA, and other financial measures for 2023. About Origin Materials Origin Materials, headquartered in West Sacramento, is one of the world's foremost carbon-negative materials firms. The mission of Origin is to facilitate the global transition to sustainable resources. The firm has spent more than a decade developing a platform for converting the carbon present in affordable, abundant, non-food biomass such as sustainable wood wastes into valuable commodities while simultaneously absorbing carbon. Its unique technology platform has the potential to change the manufacture of a vast array of end goods, including clothes, textiles, plastics, packaging, auto components, carpets, and toys, with an addressable market of about $1 trillion. Additionally, the company's technological platform is anticipated to deliver consistent pricing substantially decoupled from the petroleum supply chain, which is more volatile than supply networks based on sustainable wood wastes. The patent-protected drop-in core technology, economics, and carbon effect of Origin are backed by an expanding number of worldwide investors and customers.

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