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Report: Market for corrosion inhibitors expanding rapidly

The use of corrosion inhibitors is expanding rapidly across the world as more plants, refineries and drilling sites come online. In a recent report, Grandview Research disclosed that the global anti-corrosion market expects to grow from $5.25 billion in 2012 to $7.55...

source: By Alan Kelsky
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Transportation, energy production, navigation, national security—these sectors are dependent on safe, secure maritime resources. To address this, NACE International has developed a maritime strategy around two simple goals: to educate industry players about corrosion...

source: Oil Review Middle East

A joint research team led by Professor Hee Tak Kim and Shin-Hyun Kim in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology developed a fabrication technology that can inexpensively...

source: The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology via

A significant restoration of the Cape Neddick Light Station and lighthouse keeper’s cottage is expected to begin later on this fall with work to continue periodically for the next two to three years. Parks and Recreation Department...

source: The York Weekly via Bangor Daily News

A minor oil spill in San Pablo Bay, California, at the Phillips 66 oil refinery was most likely caused by a corroded pipeline, a revelation prompting a new set of concerns as the energy company pushes to expand the number of oil...

source: KQED-TV

Led by Dr. Elton Santos from Queen's University Belfast’s School of Mathematics and Physics, an international team of researchers have found superlubricity in a few layers of graphene — a concept where friction...

source: Queen's University Belfast via

A Concordia University researcher says she’s developed a largely automated method to measure concrete defects in subway systems that’s more accurate, and could be less costly, than the current method of visual inspection....

source: Montreal Gazette


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