A Flir infrared camera reveals fugitive emissions coming from a number of different valves and meters on a tour of one of ExxonMobil's meter stations.
The "One Word: Plastics" scene from Oscar winning movie The Graduate - an early demonstration of Dustin Hoffman's brilliance.
By Jay Deakins - September 2, 2009 Integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is the backbone of your business, as it handles everything from lab management to invoicing.
ERIC MORTENSEN - September 2, 2009 PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - With a national push to develop alternatives to fossil fuels, Oregon may seem well-positioned to benefit.
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MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer - September 2, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP) - Worker productivity grew at the fastest pace in nearly six years in the spring while labor costs fell by the most in nine years, as companies slashed costs to survive the recession.
WASHINGTON, DC (AP) - U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced today that up to $21 million will be made available for the selection of five projects that will develop supply systems to handle and deliver high tonnage biomass feedstocks for cellulosic biofuels production.
SAGINAW, Mich. (AP) - State officials say there's no longer a public health hazard in a Saginaw residential area that had been contaminated with dioxin from a Dow Chemical Co. plant.
It was while watching an episode of the Food Network's â€œEmeril Liveâ€ that James Chan, owner and founder of the Hawaiian Chip Company (Honolulu, Hawaii), was inspired to launch his own business.
The United Steelworkers (USW) announced today that it is calling for the nationwide phase-out of hydrogen fluoride alkylation units.
HONOLULU (AP) - An Army chemical weapons disposal plant that handled nerve gas and other deadly agents has been properly cleaned and closed, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday.
MARGERY A. GIBBS Associated Press Writer - September 1, 2009 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Legislation to confront climate change could be an economic godsend to farmers and ranchers. Or it could be an enormous financial burden.
JOE McDONALD AP Business Writer - September 1, 2009 BEIJING (AP) - Beijing plans to curb exports of rare earths, exotic metals used in computers and clean-energy products and of which China is the only major supplier, according to Chinese news reports.