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Dana expands Spicer Select all-makes drivetrain portfolio

Available through traditional aftermarket channels, Spicer Select offers a practical replacement alternative for aging vehicles.

Dana Incorporated is expanding its Spicer Select all-makes drivetrain portfolio to include the most popular u-joints for commercial-vehicle applications while also adding new u-joint strap kits. With the addition of the strap kits, the Spicer Select offering provides a complete u-joint replacement package for a significant portion of over-the-road and vocational applications.

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SPX FLOW: Reliable, long service strainers and filters

Through its Plenty and Dollinger brands, SPX FLOW offers a vast experience in filtration and straining solutions, all designed to maximize process uptime and protect valuable equipment in oil and gas applications.

From its Dollinger range, SPX FLOW offers the highly efficient LL-142 liquid filters, which are engineered to remove final traces of dirt, pipe scale and other solids from process liquids. They use a radial fin element design to maximize the effective filtration area, which is up to 10 times bigger than equivalent tubular type cartridge filters. This minimizes pressure drop across the filter and increases its dirt holding capacity, thereby extending service life and reducing maintenance costs. 

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Are all excavators the same?

Among the top brands, many believe all excavators are the same. But when you look closely, you can spot the small differences in design that add up to huge differences in productivity and efficiency — differences that can boost your profitability. 


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Toyota Tacoma adds style and capability for 2019

The 2019 Toyota Tacoma is updated with a variety of features and new model packages.

The Toyota Tacoma drives into 2019 with the additions of the new blacked-out SX Package and updated TRD Pro, both of which add even more variety to the diverse Tacoma lineup that now includes 32 different configurations. Offering Tacoma lovers a stylish truck that's light on the wallet, the new SX package provides an affordable, blacked-out appearance package that can be a great base for a customized vehicle but can also stand confidently on its own. The host of black accents include 16-inch alloy wheels, mirror caps, handles, grille and more. For those who live life off the pavement, the 2019 Tacoma TRD Pro provides a compelling reason to start planning that next adventure. Highlighted by 2.5-inch Fox Internal Bypass shocks on all four corners, the new Tacoma adds an available TRD Desert Air Intake designed to provide cleaner airflow to the engine even in the dustiest environments. TRD Pro also gets a standard moonroof and JBL Premium Audio (on automatic transmission models only).

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Caterpillar to showcase technology solutions at ADIPEC

Caterpillar Oil and Gas is pleased to participate in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center, November 12 - 15. This year at ADIPEC will be the first time Caterpillar will jointly participate alongside five Cat dealers, Al-BahaZahidMantrac GroupEneria and Zeppelin Power Systems. The Caterpillar exhibit will center around the theme of technology, as connecting with customers through products and services is a continued focus for the company. Caterpillar will showcase the latest technologies including services available through Cat Connect.

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Caterpillar announces two new ultra-class mining trucks

The design of the new trucks focuses on delivering class-leading payload, high reliability and simple serviceability.

With the introduction of the new Cat 798 AC and the 796 AC, Caterpillar expands its mining truck line to give customers the flexibility to choose what meets their needs and preferences. The new electric-drive 798 AC features a 372-tonne (410-ton) payload and joins the proven mechanical-drive Cat 797F in the 400-short-ton size class. The new electric-drive 796 AC delivers 326-tonne (360-ton) payload and will replace the Cat 795 AC in regions where engine emissions are highly regulated. Both trucks will be available in second quarter 2019.

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Imperial investment in Aspen project to proceed

Imperial has made a final investment decision to develop its Aspen project, located about 45 kilometres northeast of Fort McMurray, Alberta. The project, which is expected to produce about 75,000 barrels of bitumen per day, will include the first major commercial application of next-generation oil sands recovery technology designed to lower greenhouse gas emissions intensity and water use, while improving development economics.

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Total and Sempra Energy sign MoU for development of North American LNG export projects

Sempra Energy and Total S.A. have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that provides the framework for cooperation in the development of North American liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects. The scope of MOU covers continuing the development of the Cameron LNG liquefaction-export project in Louisiana and Energía Costa Azul (ECA) liquefaction-export project in Baja California, Mexico.

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Natural gas supply still limited despite completed Enbridge pipeline repair

On October 31, Enbridge reported that it had completed repairs on its 36-inch natural gas transmission pipeline that had ruptured on October 9 near Prince George and that the company planned to bring the line back into operation as of today. The pipeline will not be at full capacity once it restarts. Rather, it will start at about 55 percent operating pressure and gradually ramp up to 80 percent through November.

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Pembina Pipeline Corporation extends secured growth with $1.3 Billion of new integrated infrastructure development

Pembina Pipeline Corporation is pleased to announce that it has entered (directly and through its joint venture affiliates) into long-term, take-or-pay agreements to backstop development of new pipeline and processing infrastructure totaling approximately $1.3 billion. These agreements include related service for liquids transportation on Peace Pipeline, natural gas transmission service and fractionation services at Pembina's Redwater Facility.

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