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Keystone XL delay disappointing, but project merits approval: CAPP
Canadian petroleum producers say the U.S. government's decision to re-examine alternate routes for the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast is disappointing given the three years of extensive analysis already completed and after the U.S. government's own environmental analyses.
Find out how Canada's reacting...

Gecko-like climbing robot shows potential in pipe and plant inspections
Researchers at Simon Fraser University have created a robot with the ability to scale walls with tank-like moves using an adhesive that re-creates the ''sticky toes'' of a gecko.
See photos and video...

SNC-Lavalin wins huge oil sands contract in Fort McMurray
SNC-Lavalin has been awarded a major contract by a major oil sands mining producer to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for a froth treatment plant in the Fort McMurray region. Learn how big the contract was...

Timken names new business development manager, GM of sales in Canada
The Timken Company has appointed Frank Mascia to the position of general manager of sales in Canada and Evan Boere to the position of business development manager in Canada, both effective Nov. 16, 2011.

Siemens Canada acquires Regina-based electrical maintenance firm
Siemens Canada has purchased Prairie West Technical Services to support its existing mining and oil and gas customers in Saskatchewan. Learn about the services the firm provides...

Canada, U.S., China among countries showing signs of economic slowdown: OECD
Canada, the United States and China are among the countries that are on track to experience an economic slowdown in the coming months, according to a report from the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development. Read full story...


In the Cloud:
Aim high with software-as-a-service for maintenance and asset management

By Jeromy Risner
Cloud computing takes the risk out of implementing new software by eliminating large up-front investments and the need for major IT resources. SaaS is especially valuable for small-to-medium-sized organizations that have to calculate their moves and take fewer risks in capital investments.
When researching cloud computing for maintenance,
here are a few things to keep in mind.


Track, store, analyze oil sample data
Dingo has released Trakka 3.4, a web-based software system that allows Dingo's condition-based asset management system to track, store and analyze oil sample data. more...

12 rust-prevention options
Corrosion-resistance comparison chart highlights Birchwood Casey's 12 rust-prevention options. more...

Ultrasonic weld inspection system
GE Measurement & Control Solutions has released the USM Vision ultrasonic weld inspection system. more...

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