Yearly Archives: 2011

New Soluble Oil Lubricants from Houghton International Provide Excellent Performance in Tough Manufacturing Operations

Houghto-Draw® 7060 and Drawsol® WM 2800 extend tooling life and reduce maintenance costs for drawing and stamping applications

Valley Forge, PA (PRWEB) December 27, 2011

To be cost-effective and increase operational efficiencies, stamping and drawing companies would benefit from one lubricant capable of working in a wide variety of applications and metals. To meet this challenge, Houghton International offers Houghto-Draw® 7060 and Drawsol® WM 2800 heavy-duty soluble oil lubricants that provide excellent performance in the toughest stamping and drawing operations.

Houghto-Draw 7060 lubricates ferrous and non-ferrous metals, including difficult alloys such as titanium and Inconel. It is compatible with hard ...

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Solyndra: Examining the allegations

The solar startup based in Fremont shook Silicon Valley and Washington on Aug. 31 when it fired most of its staff and closed the gleaming new factory it had built with a $528 million federal loan.  More »

Iran awards $1.9 billion contract to Sepehr Energy

The Iranian Offshore Oil Co. awarded a $1.9 billion contract to Sepehr Energy Co. to develop the Lavan natural gas field after ending talks with Poland’s biggest natural-gas company, Mehr reported.  More »

W.Va. DEP gets more staff, search on to fill jobs

A new Marcellus shale regulatory law gives the Department of Environmental Protection money to hire more natural gas well inspectors and support staff. But filling the 14 new positions will take some time.  More »

Lafayette moving toward natural gas

Two public fueling stations for natural gas-powered vehicles are set to open next year as part of initiatives that include new buses and converting at least 40 city-parish vehicles to run on the fuel.  More »

FuelFix Newslinks |12.27.11|

HDR ties to TransCanada questioned. Rig survivor talks about Deepwater Horizon disaster. Shell says Nigeria spill contained.  More »

Lofings Lighting Can Guide Consumers through New Lighting Regulations and Better, More Efficient and Affordable Lighting Options

Californian’s have no need to overreact if they are fans of the original incandescent light bulbs for their nightly reading. According to the lighting experts at Lofings Lighting, a retail lighting institution in Sacramento for 50 years, there are ma…  More »

Brian Su Hosts Popular EB-5 Regional Center Investment Seminar in Las Vegas Nevada

Mr. Brian Su, CEO of Artisan Business Group, Inc., is to host EB-5 Regional Center Development and Investors Procurement Seminar in Las Vegas January 20, 2012. The program will be a brand new business networking and educational seminar featuring first-class EB-5 speakers and legal experts.

Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) December 26, 2011

The leading EB-5 investment expert Mr. Brian Su is hosting the Las Vegas EB-5 Regional Center Development and Investors Procurement Seminar January 20, 2012 that allows commercial real estate developers and financial professionals to learn the Immigrant Investor Program, also known as “EB-5,” was created by Congress in ...

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Certified Fireplace Barriers Approved for Gas Fireplace Fronts

CSA Technical Advisory Group mandates barriers to protect children. Arlington, VA (PRWEB) December 27, 2011 The CSA – America Vented Heater Technical Advisory Group met in Cleveland on December 13, 2011 and approved language mandating certified barr…  More »

Royal Dutch Shell says Nigeria spill contained

The worst Nigeria offshore oil spill in more than a decade has been contained before reaching the West African nation’s coast, officials with Royal Dutch Shell PLC said Monday, less than a week after one of its lines bled crude into the Atlantic Ocean.  More »

Cameron loses appeal on plan for Gulf spill trial

Cameron contended that claims against the company fall under the federal Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, which allows for a jury trial.  More »

Ormat Signs an EPC Contract with Thermo No. 1 BE-01, LLC

RENO, Nev., Dec.26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ –Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ORA) announced today that on December 20, 2011, Ormat Nevada Inc., its wholly-owned subsidiary, signed a $21.4 million engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract and a credit…  More »

Turkey, Azerbaijan sign pipeline deal

Turkey and Azerbaijan signed an agreement today to establish a consortium that would build a pipeline to transport 565 billion cubic feet per year of Azeri gas to Turkey and Europe.  More »

Morgantown lets illegal drilling ban stay on books

Morgantown is keeping a municipal ban on Marcellus shale gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing on the books even though a judge has declared it unconstitutional and unenforceable.  More »

ND rules order disclosure of ‘frack’ fluids

Proposed new North Dakota rules say oil companies have to disclose the recipe for special fluids they pump underground.  More »
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