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Bulk solids loading systems are our passion at DYNATEK and it's been that way for well over 100 years.
Bulk solids loading systems are our passion at DYNATEK and it's been that way for well over 100 years.

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Houston's Keane Group said it is spending $115 million to order three new fracking fleets to prepare for a busy 2018, especially in West Texas' booming Permian Basin.
The hydraulic fracturing company, said the new fleets will add about 150,000 hydraulic horsepower to give Keane about 1.3 million horsepower, including 800,000 dedicated to the Permian. http://ow.ly/dJFM30hQIDX
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Scotland biofuel company to build whisky residue biofuel plantA Scottish biofuel start-up, Celtic Renewables, plans to build a commercial demonstration plant in Grangemouth, which will produce over 500,000 liters (132,000 gallons) of biofuel annually, according to a press release. http://ow.ly/tfAM30hQIs4
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Argentinian food ingredient-producer Farmesa wants to put up a P300-million processing plant in the Philippines, marking its first manufacturing initiative overseas, according to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez and Farmesa Asia-Pacific director Agustin Perez discussed the manufacturer’s plan to put up a seaweeds processing plant in the Philippines. They recently met on the sidelines of the 11th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization in Buenos Aires, Argentina. http://ow.ly/ovyh30hQIgN
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Petrol-heads could soon be replaced with beer-heads as research has found that ethanol from lager can be used to power cars.
Scientists have managed to create fuel from beer in a move that could end our reliance on petrol.
Chemists at the University of Bristol achieved the feat by converting widely-available ethanol found in beer into butanol.
They say it won't be long before we see cars running on new type of fuel, with experts predicting it could be the main fuel source for transportation by 2022. http://ow.ly/sGS630hNnZo
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The U.S. EPA approved an efficient producer petition by Homeland Energy Solutions LLC for a fuel pathway at its production facility in Lawler, Iowa. The pathway allows Homeland to generate renewable fuel renewable identification numbers (RINs) under the Renewable Fuel Standard for non-grandfathered ethanol produced. The ethanol is produced through a dry mill process using corn starch as feedstock. http://ow.ly/grVt30hNnnM
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Cargill is bolstering its young animal nutrition capability by investing more than $15 million to add a piglet feed production line at its existing premix and nutrition facility in Tianjin, China. The nearly 7,000-square-meter young animal nutrition facility features cutting-edge technology and systems of operational excellence to produce Neopigg, a sustainable world-class piglet feed. http://ow.ly/muJx30hLQor
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On-site biogas plant provider Clearfleau has commenced work on a new facility for beverage company Inver House.
Located at Balmenach in rural Speyside, the new plant will be built at a 200-year-old distillery, which already has a biomass boiler installed.
On completion, the new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant is expected to reduce the distillery’s carbon footprint. http://ow.ly/ybBG30hLQ2r
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Sweet sorghum is not just for breakfast anymore. Although sorghum is a source for table syrup, scientists see a future in which we convert sorghum to biofuel, rather than relying on fossil fuel. That potential just grew as University of Florida researchers found three UF/IFAS-developed sorghum varieties could produce up to 1,000 gallons of ethanol per acre. http://ow.ly/cdsT30hLPkj
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Multicommodity mining and natural resources development company Premier African Minerals has completed a further 24 drill holes at its Zulu lithium prospect, in Zimbabwe, which the Aim-listed company says has delivered “spectacular” results.
The drilling reached 3 638.54 m since the initial 2 500 m drilling programme was completed. This resulted in a maiden inferred mineral resource estimate at Zulu of 20.1-million tonnes, grading 1.06% lithium oxide (Li₂O). http://ow.ly/5Ykk30hLgwy
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Fracking, at least in the U.S., has changed the country's energy outlook. It has cut the cost of fossil fuels and turned the U.S. into a net exporter of fuel. But fracking hasn't had the same effect in Britain, and geologists say the island nation's unique geology means fracking will never solve their energy problems. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports. http://ow.ly/SNUG30hLeEL
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