Polycrystalline diamond compact (PDC) bits were developed 30 years ago for reducing the expenditure related to geothermal drilling. However, PDCs were initially used for oil and gas drilling as they were comparatively less complicated.
Leading figures from the Oil and Gas industry around the world visited one of the most modern testing facilities in the UK to see the centre of excellence for themselves. Exova Teesside, welcomed industry representatives...
The FRITSCH sieve range is the focused answer to all typical sieving tasks in the laboratory: three well-conceived instruments for every application, with FRITSCH concepts that make the work simpler and faster – easy to operate, reliable and long-lasting.
The NYSE listed, Carpenter Technology (CT) based in Nisku, Alberta, has formally agreed to take over the assets of Arwin Machine Plus for $1.4 million. These assets will be integrated with Carpenter Technology’s Canada-based subsidiary, Amega West services specializing in the manufacturing of in directional drilling equipment.
The 308 Coal™ is the newest Vitrinite Reflectance Measurement System from CRAIC Technologies and is designed to determine the grade of coal and coke by vitrinite reflectance. This is used ensure that the coal blends used in energy generation are optimum and consistent from batch to batch.
In an exclusive inSITE Report, resourceINTELLIGENCE takes investors on a tour of American Manganese's (TSX-V:AMY) (Pink Sheets:AMYZF) (Frankfurt:2AM) new pilot plant to investigate what could be the world's lowes...
Dr Chris Fowler, director of Corrosion at Exova, will be chairing the latest Oil and Gas Pipeline Integrity Management Summit to be held at the beginning of October.
FLIR ATS thermal imaging cameras are widely used throughout the oil and gas industry as preventative maintenance tools that help spot leaks in tanks, pipelines and facilities thereby improving safety, profitability and minimizing emissions with less risk of business interruption due to actions from regulatory agencies.
A new publication co-authored by experts from Malvern Panalytical and specialist mineral processing technology provider Outotec, examines how minerals processing can be made more efficient and cost-effective by the continuous monitoring of particle size using online laser diffraction analysis.
Industrial Minerals has made the first shipment of SpheriChrome, a high-quality chromite, from its Coos Bay facility. Oregon Resources (ORC), a wholly owned subsidiary of IMC, has carried out chromite extraction and the processing works.