January 8, 2013


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    Heat Transfer Fluids Aim For Extremes

    The global heat transfer fluid (HTF) market is hot. By 2017 its value will reach $2.56 billion, a rise of almost $1 billion from 2011. So says market researcher MarketsandMarkets, Dallas, in a new report.
    One such demand is coming from reaction cooling, a trend noted by Air Products, Allentown, Pa.

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    Biorefinery Beckons: Plant will produce ethanol from corn stover

    After almost a decade of research, development and trials, advanced biofuels are moving toward commercialization. Five established companies intend to build large-scale biorefineries in the U.S. over the next 12 to 18 months. When operational, these facilities will generate nearly 110 million gallons of advanced biofuels annually. 
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    Getting the most out of assets is an imperative at plants. Optimizing performance of equipment during processing and minimizing downtime are crucial. This panel discussion will look at practical ways sites can improve their operational efficiency and improve their bottom line. When: Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. ET

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