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Euclid Chemical | August 10, 2021
Euclid Chemical, a leading manufacturer of concrete and masonry construction products, has announced the release of EUCON AWA-P20, its new anti-washout concrete admixture.
EUCON AWA-P20 is a ready-to-use liquid admixture designed to modify the rheology of self-consolidating concrete and prevent the loss of cement and fine aggregate during the placement of underwater concrete, while not discoloring the concrete. Featuring thixotropic properties, it can also be used to reduce excess...
Advent Technologies | January 10, 2022
Advent Technologies Holdings, Inc. an innovation-driven leader in the fuel cell and hydrogen technology space, today announced it has signed a Distribution and Service Agreement with Calscan Solutions an Alberta, Canada industrial service company focused in the oil field industry with a number of products, including methane emissions mitigation instrumentation & controls, as well as services including Test Data Processing, Rentals, Repair, and Data Processing.
The agreement de...
BIC Magazine | February 05, 2020
Phillips 66 is expanding its midstream and refining business in 2020 with projects in the works or under completion all along the Gulf Coast and beyond. The company said in its fourth-quarter 2019 earnings statement that its refining and chemicals business ran at 97 percent utilization. The company and its partners commenced initial operations on the 900,000 bpd Gray Oak pipeline, which is expected to reach full service in the second quarter of 2020. Gray Oak will provide crude oil transportatio...
Chemical Technology | January 27, 2020
High flaring has started at ExxonMobil Chemical’s Fife ethylene plant (FEP) in Mossmorran, Scotland, as the facility resumes operations following its recent closure. ExxonMobil warned the public to expect increased flaring as part of the restart process. Two boilers at the plant were subject to a breakdown in August and were accompanied by explosions. The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) said it is continuing its deployment of air quality monitoring in various locations surr...
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