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2013-06-30 23:02:52

Buyer Sourcing Application aims to help lower costs and increase profits by companies in the shale oil and gas industry, by increasing the supply chain network and increasing productive competition. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) June 30, 2013 Shale Markets announces the launch of their Buyer Sourcing Application. The application services companies looking to get their products into the natural gas and oil industry. Regions all over the United States are seeing oil & gas...

2013-05-17 23:14:53

A primary driver of the markets for gasifiers is the need for energy in the forms of electricity and liquid fuels; roughly half of the world´s most affordable electricity is fueled by coal, which is bountiful on all inhabited continents and some islands as well. The four highest growth rate gasifier market sectors are: plasma gasifiers (the fastest expansion by far), CTL (coal-to-liquids), petcoke/residuals, and CTE (coal-to-energy); direct reduction iron (DRI) melt gasifiers are in a...

2013-02-14 23:03:32

Business Review Applauds Webjobz.com´s Commitment to Extending Career Services into one of the most Globalised of all Employment Markets. New York, New York (PRWEB) February 14, 2013 Business Review applauds Australian based job board, webjobz.com on the recent launch of miningjob.net as an extension of global career opportunities available to job seekers searching for employment in the oil and gas market. Since February 1st 2013, miningjob.net has advertised 2,500 jobs in the United...


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