Posts Tagged ‘China’

Future of Manufacturing in UK

Back from Services to UK Re-Industrialisation The UK is the developed country where the contribution of the Industry to the GDP has reached the lowest level in falling below 12% in the mid-2000s years. Everything was about finance or services, and the production delocalization to China was perceived as a […]

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Future of Manufacturing in Germany

Germany to lead digitalisation with Industrie 4.0 Initiated in 2006, the German program Industrie 4.0 was the first structured initiative to be released by a developed country Government regarding the Future of Manufacturing. In 1989, the fall of the Berlin Wall was followed by series major political and economical decisions […]

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Future of Manufacturing in USA

Industry Renaissance to relocate home the US industry USA branded their “Future of Manufacturing” program as “Industry Renaissance” in order to send a clear message that the time of the economy only based on services and happy few high technology champions is over. The transfer to China of the US […]

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One Day – One Country: India

India Key Projects and Business Highlights 2014 The Indian oil and gas sector is dominated at 70% by national oil companies (NOCs), the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and the Oil India Limited (OIL or Oil India) and completed by an active private sector well represented by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited […]

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Cronus Chemicals selects Illinois to add nitrogen fertilizer plant in USA

Cronus to produce ammonia – urea in Tuscola – Illinois The Chicago-registered company Cronus Chemicals LLC (Cronus) has selected Tuscola in the State of Illinois to build a greenfield nitrogen fertilizer plant to produce ammonia and urea in USA. USA is the third largest consuming country of fertilizer in the world […]

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Saudi Arabia to power supply Maaden Phosphate from tight gas

Saudi Aramco to develop tight gas northwest fields The national oil company (NOC) Saudi Aramco is on the verge to develop the tight gas fields identified in the northwest of the Kingdom to supply the gas-fired power plant required for the giant Maaden Phosphate City project currently under construction. Since […]

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Rosneft in progress on Nakhodka Petrochemical Refinery complex

Rosneft invests $14.9 billion in Far East FEPCO project The Russian giant Rosneft, 69.50% owned by the State and 19.75% by the UK major BP, has confirmed to move forward on the Nakhodka integrated refinery and petrochemical complex close to Vladivostok in the south end of Russia Far East. Since […]

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ONGC to boost Tapti Daman gas production in India

ONGC to add platforms offshore Daman in Arabian Sea The Indian national oil company (NOC) Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is planning to add platforms on its Tapsi Daman Block to boost the gas and condensate production from the Arabia Sea on the West coast of India. India is […]

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Ventech and Velocys in JV with Waste Management and NRG for small-scale GTL projects

Waste Management to monetize waste biogas into GTL Ventech Engineering International LLC (Ventech), Velocys plc (Velocys), Waste Management Inc. (Waste Management) and NRG Energy Inc. (NRG) formed a joint venture to develop and promote  gas-to-liquids (GTL) small-scale production units to monetize biogas and natural gas. These four companies are bringing together their […]

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Saudi APC to join SK Gas in $900 million South-Korea Ulsan Propylene

APC and SK Gas selected CB&I licence for Ulsan PDH The downstream industrial group Advanced Petrochemical Company (APC) from Saudi Arabia and the midstream company SK Gas Corporation Ltd (SK Gas) from South-Korea signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to build a propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant in Ulsan on the southwest […]

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