Following the extensive three-year cleanup effort, the U.S. Coast Guard is ending active cleanup operations in Mississippi, Alabama and Florida and announced that the three states are expected to complete the transition back to the National Response Center (NRC) reporting system by mid June 2013. The announcement is the result of the extraordinary progress made cleaning the Gulf of Mexico shoreline.
The year 2012 was a period of growth for STEINERT, a full-range supplier of magnet- and sensor-based sorting solutions for the recycling and mineral industries. Group turnover, employee numbers and the degree of global networking all continued to increase.
BP announced the successful commissioning of a state-of-the-art diesel hydrotreater and hydrogen plant at its 234,000 barrel per day Cherry Point Refinery located in Blaine, Washington.
Deutsche Rohstoff AG’s US-Oil subsidiary Tekton Energy recently reported that it has already started producing from its first horizontal well, two weeks earlier than scheduled.
Driven by the demand to continuously lower overall operating costs, manufacturers around the world are striving to improve process reliability and uptime. One way they are achieving this is by employing advanced filtration technologies such as Pall Ultipleat® SRT filters to improve the fluid cleanliness levels of their systems.
The Product Area of Surface Drilling at Sandvik Construction has selected Caterpillar as one of its preferred suppliers at EU Stage IV, U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final citing the company's innovative and durable diesel engine range and its worldwide dealer network among the key reasons behind its decision.
Runge LLC change to RungePincockMinarco LLC, a change that forms part of the company’s global rebrand.
RungePincockMinarco CEO, Richard Mathews said, “This name change sees Runge, the leader in mining software technology solutions; Pincock Allen & Holt, the leader in mining advisory in the Americas; and Minarco-MineConsult, Asia-Pacific’s leading independent advisor in capital markets all uniting under a single global brand.”
Walter Energy, Inc. on April 5, filed a presentation with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it used in a meeting with the proxy advisory service Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. and will be using with Walter Energy shareholders in advance of its Annual Meeting to be held on April 25, 2013.
Smico/Symons Screens recently named Alan Odgers as vice president of the Oklahoma City-based manufacturer that specializes in custom vibratory screens, feeders, conveyors, and wear parts for the mining, aggregate, processing, milling, oil drilling, recycling, bulk handling, and food processing markets.
GSE announced that Michael Schneider, President of Land Improvement Technologies, has become an independent representative for GSE. Michael will be representing GSE geosynthetic products to customers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island and Maine. He will report to Ryan Blanchard, Director of North American Sales.
Midway Gold Corp. announces receipt of a key permit required for production at its Pan Gold Project in Nevada. A Water Pollution Control Permit has been received from the State of Nevada. This announcement closely follows publication of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). The Pan project is on track to start construction in late 2013 with production targeted for mid-2014.
Superior Industries, North America’s only combination manufacturer of both conveyor systems and their related accessories, announced completion of a major expansion project at its conveyor components factory in Morris, Minnesota.
Alstom has been awarded a contract to provide steam turbine retrofit services for unit 2 of American Electric Power’s D.C. Cook Nuclear Power Plant in Bridgman, Michigan. The project includes the manufacture, supply and installation of a new high pressure (HP) turbine module and three low pressure (LP) inner blocks for the nuclear steam turbine of the plant’s unit 2. Alstom recently executed the successful retrofit of D.C. Cook nuclear power plant unit 1.
Alpha Natural Resources, announced that two West Virginia affiliates were recently recognized for their accomplishments in reclamation. The awards were presented at the 40th annual West Virginia Mining Symposium on March 7th in Charleston, W.Va.
Cat® 3516C (HD) land well service engine to deliver up to 2,461 bkW (3300hp)
Houston, Texas – Caterpillar Global Petroleum is pleased to introduce the Cat® 3516C (HD) engine for Pressure Pumping.
Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE:ANR), a leading U.S. coal supplier, is pleased to announce that 10 mines and other facilities operated by its affiliates in West Virginia have been honored for outstanding safety achievements in 2012, including the state's top safety award for surface mining.
Oldham (an Industrial Scientific company) announced the launch of the OLCT 80 Wireless field detector and transmitter for monitoring of oxygen and combustible, toxic and refrigerant gases in remote locations.
The new model reduces installation costs by eliminating cabling and wiring. Up to 49 of the devices, each of which has three built-in relays and a maximum line-of-sight range of three kilometers (1.86 miles), can be linked via a secure network to monitor large remote areas, including ATEX 1 zones, where wired systems would be difficult to install.
CONSOL Energy Inc., the largest producer of coal from underground mines in North America, has placed orders for Cat® longwall equipment including more than 1,100 roof supports and totaling nearly $300 million US. In addition to roof supports, the four northern Appalachia mines—Bailey, Bailey Mine Extension (BMX), Robinson Run and Shoemaker—will get two armored face conveyors, a shearer and three shield haulers. CONSOL also is equipping all four longwall systems with the Cat PMC®-R electro-hydraulic control system for advanced automation and Cat Detect Personnel, a personnel proximity detection system designed to enhance the safety of miners working around longwall systems. Delivery of equipment will be completed in 2013.
America will begin again this year on a program to store its used reactor fuel and military wastes. This time the siting process will be based on attaining the consent of a host community.
A new waste disposal strategy was announced on 10 January by Stephen Chu, head of the Department of Energy (DoE). He underlined the importance of nuclear energy to the US power system which counts 104 operating nuclear reactors. Safe management and disposal of highly radioactive used reactor fuel as well as similar military wastes "must remain a national priority" in order to "ensure that nuclear power remains part of our diversified clean-energy portfolio," he said.
Superior Industries, North America’s only combination manufacturer of conveyor systems and their related accessories, plans to pursue new, international dealer candidates in its booth at bauma 2013. Well known as the largest trade show in the world, the 30th edition of bauma 2013 will be held April 15 – 21, at Messe München International in Munich, Germany.