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Luby Equipment Services, Fenton, MO, has acquired the assets of H Edwards Equipment, which had been the CASE dealer for light equipment in the Caseyville area for many years.

Jacobs Associates and Boise-based engineering and construction firm McMillen LLC announce that the two firms have merged, to form McMillen Jacobs Associates Inc.

Multiquip, Carson, CA, recently welcomed Idaho Governor C. L. “Butch” Otter and his executive team for a tour of its Boise, ID, facility.

Holland Pump now carries its line of Atlas Copco WEDA electric submersible pumps in its southeastern U.S. stores for all of your one-stop shop for most pumping needs.

The Louisiana Gas Association (LGA) has announced the four board of directors for the new 2015 term – one new director was elected and three incumbents were re-elected.

More than 300 concrete pipe professionals from across North America will gather in Orlando next month for the 2015 ACPA Pipe School, an annual industry highlight featuring world-class training, education and networking.

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved by resolution financial assistance in the amount of $4,996,250, consisting of a $1,820,000 loan and $3,176,250 in loan forgiveness from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund, to the Angelina & Neches River Authority (Angelina County).

On Jan. 9, the Nebraska Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s 2012 ruling that deemed a law granting Gov. Dave Heineman’s authority to approve the Keystone XL pipeline in violation of the Nebraska constitution.

New Mexico changed its Pipeline Safety Excavation Damage Prevention Regulations on Dec. 30, 2014.

Amid falling oil prices and a failure to secure enough commitment from shippers, Enterprise Products Partners LP has decided not to move forward with a proposed pipeline for its 1,200-mile pipeline crude pipeline from the Bakken shale formation of North Dakota to Cushing, OK. The proposed pipeline would have fed into the Seaway Pipeline system and have an initial capacity of 340,000 barrels per day of crude with an option to expand it to more than 700,000 barrels per day.

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