Rosneft Produced First Pilot Batch Of Fischer Tropsch Synthesis Catalysts
Rosneft has proved its leadership in national GTL (gas-to-liquid) technologies development. First pilot batches of Fischer Tropsch synthesis catalysts have been produced at Angarsk catalyst and organic synthesis plant. Today Angarsk plant is the first Russian enterprise capable of producing such catalysts on a commercial scale
Updated Limited-Use And Disposable Coveralls Standard From ISEA Includes Expanded Sizing Chart
The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) has received American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approval for ANSI/ISEA 101-2014, American National Standard for Limited Use and Disposable Coveralls - Size and Labeling Requirements
Macquarie Infrastructure Company Completes Acquisition Of International-Matex Tank Terminals
Macquarie Infrastructure Company announced that it has successfully completed the acquisition of the 50% of International-Matex Tank Terminals (IMTT) it did not already own. MIC acquired IMTT from members of the business’ founding family
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