BP has deployed more than 2,000 feet of boom to contain the oil and has used vacuum trucks to remove about 5,200 gallons of an oil/water mixture from the spill location.
The country’s refining utilization levels have increased in the last few years as foreign requests for U.S. products have grown by approximately 70 percent since 2009.
Editor’s Note: In the October 2012 issue of Flow Control, 11 case studies/application stories featured the winners of our 2012 Innovation Awards program. In the following weeks, each winner will be featured on the FlowStream blog. The following post focuses on Siemens’ SITRANS FUT1010 Liquid & Gas Flowmeters.
BP North America has agreed to pay an $8 million penalty and invest more than $400 million to install state-of-the-art pollution controls and cut emissions from BP’s petroleum refinery in
Invensys Operations Management, a global provider of technology systems, software solutions and consulting services to the manufacturing and infrastructure operations industries, has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Valero Energy