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Cooperative research in the natural gas industry is demonstrating its ability to meet the needs of energy customers, boost the benefits of natural gas as an energy source, and identify emerging needs and solutions.

StraightLine HDD has rolled out a new generation web site to address the growing number of HDD operators moving to mobile devices to research and specify tooling options.

NiSource Inc. announced that its board of directors has approved in principle plans to separate its natural gas pipeline and related businesses into a stand-alone publicly traded company.

When Congressman Roger Williams (TX-25) toured the Johnson County Pipe Plant in Alvarado, TX, on Aug. 19, he didn’t just shake hands and marvel at the state-of-the-art machinery. He actually manufactured a piece of concrete pipe himself!

Felling Trailers’ online auction of one of its most popular trailers to bring awareness and support of pancreatic cancer research raised $3,400.

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas has appointed J. Gross Equipment to their rapidly growing dealer network.

Two new products – both directly related to fluids used for horizontal direction drilling (HDD) operations – have been added to the Ditch Witch product line.

The MR90 fluid recycling system is specifically designed for use with small to medium-sized drill rigs which make up the majority of HDD units on the job today.

The MV800 mud vacuum is an economical, durable portable vacuum system specifically developed for cleaning up drilling fluids on directional drilling sites.

Both are available now through the worldwide Ditch Witch dealer organization.

Sauereisen, a third-generation manufacturer of corrosion-resistant materials, welcomes Mark Golla to lead its sales team.

New composite manhole rings and covers have been introduced by BlueGreen Municipal Solutions.

Lincolnshire, IL, both part of Switzerland-based Georg Fischer Ltd., welcomed more than 150 guests including many city and state officials, at the grand opening of their new Irvine facilities on Oct. 9.