Tag: North America
Ameren unveils the most advanced micro grid
As part of its commitment to innovation and building a smarter, clean energy infrastructure, Ameren Corporation (AEE) announced completion of one of the most technologically advanced utility-scale microgrids in North America.
Synalloy Corporation makes new investment
Synalloy Corporation announced that its subsidiary Bristol Metals, LLC, has closed on the purchase of Marcegaglia USA's stainless steel pipe and tube operations.
Tenova to supply walking beam furnace
NLMK Group has recently contracted Tenova Inc. (USA) for the design and supply of 395 metric tons/hour walking beam furnace for reheating slabs at its Sharon, Pennsylvania plant.
Vallourec organization changes
Vallourec, a specialist in premium tubular solutions, has recently announced adaptations to its organization designed to enable the company to benefit fully from its Transformation Plan.
ATLAS® Products Division wins Supplier Award
The ATLAS® Products division of PennEngineering® has recently won a first-place Supplier Award for 2016 from Fastenal®, distributor of threaded fasteners in North America.
EDF Renewable Energy acquires OwnEnergy
EDF Renewable Energy has acquired OwnEnergy– a national developer of mid-sized wind projects. The transaction encompasses 100% of OwnEnergy’s assets, including its future wind projects.
Hardide Coatings invests in US production plant
Hardide Coatings, the United Kingdom-based provider of advanced surface coating technology, announced investment in a new Virginia manufacturing plant worth circa USD 7M.
Shell to sell stake in MacKenzie Gas Project
Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) plans to sell its 11.4% stake in a long-stalled, CAD 16.2 billion natural-gas production and pipeline project in Canada's far north, in addition to its other assets in the region.
Molybdenum use reaches new heights
According to new full-year figures from the International Molybdenum Association, the global use of molybdenum has rocketed to a new high of 474 million lbs, exceeding the peak use of 470 million lbs in 2007. China had the greatest demand for molybdenum in 2010;
Siemens to supply auto-tech to sugar refinery
Siemens has received a contract to equip a sugar refinery, operating in North America, with electrical and control technology. Currently under construction in Gramercy, Louisiana, the plant will be owned and operated by Louisiana Sugar Refining (LSR), a joint venture between Sugar Growers and Refiners