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Three trailer-mounted concrete pumps combined to form a single pump station that set the world record for vertical concrete pumping.
Traditional throughlet measurements are an inefficient, outdated benchmark for measuring clog resistance
The photovoltaic and tracking systems reduce energy expenses over diesel pumps.
In an effort to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will use renewable energy in water infrastructure as the country develops the world's first large-scale, solar-driven desalination plant. Inspired by an initiative of the late King Abdullah, Saudi startup Advanced Water Technology (AWT) is working with the well-respected Spanish engineering group, Abengoa, to deliver Al Khafji—a 60,000 cubic meters per day (m3/d) SWRO plant that will be co-located with a 15-megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) plant near the Kuwaiti border.
More than 6,500 kilometers separates Frankfurt, Germany, and Dubai, UAE. To the average traveler, this distance might sound intimidating. But in the global pump market, time, distance and regional borders matter little to the passionate, determined experts who contribute every day, all over the world, to the advancement of our industry.
About 125,000 electrical submersible pumps (ESPs) operate globally in artificial lift applications, producing 60 percent of the world's oil. These ESPs require significant investments of money and time to install and operate. The health, efficiency and life of these pumps are paramount to the bottom line.
Puralube Germany GmbH operates two refineries about 40 kilometers south of Leipzig, Germany, in the Zeitz industrial park. Each year, the two plants consume approximately 150,000 metric tons of used oil and produce about 90,000 metric tons of base oils and another 50,000 metric tons of other mineral oil products.
The Pearl's Integrated District Cooling Plant (IDCP), owned and operated by the Qatar District Cooling Company, provides air-conditioning services to the Pearl of Qatar off the eastern coast of the peninsula. The plant stores water tanks in the basement, chillers and chilled water pumps on the ground floor, the reverse osmosis system and electrical switchgear on the first floor, and the cooling towers and condenser water pumps on the roof.
Concern is high throughout the Middle East and North Africa on how the region will manage precious resources such as water, oil and energy as populations rise and cities grow.
The Al-Najaf Wastewater Treatment Plant is located in south Iraq, near the cities of Kufa and Najaf al-Asharaf.
During the past few years, end users in the Middle East power generation industry have considered specifying pumps according to American Petroleum Institute (API) standards.
In the east African country of Ethiopia, high-tech sugar production plants have been the focus of food-processing investments.
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