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Part 1 of this series (Pumps & Systems, March 2015) discussed what happens to a boiler feedwater (BFW) pump during plant transients.

In today’s high-volume pumping applications, energy efficiency and cost control are more important than ever.

Thomas Fuller once said, “We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.”

Pumps & Systems MENA attended the 2015 International Water Summit, an important gathering of water experts from around the world.

ABU DHABI, UAE (19 January 2015) — Sustainability, water stewardship, efficiency, desalination advancements and the water-energy nexus were key themes at the third annual International Water Summit.

Water is life.

It is essential to the production of electricity and other energy, to agriculture and industrialization, to comfort and progress.

In this two-part series, how transient events in process equipment affect other system components will be discussed. Part 1 covers how deaerators (DAs) may be affected by generator trips and how these deaerator transients may also affect system pumps.

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Increased efficiency means more money saved on energy. When competitive bids are evaluated, efficiency is an important factor, especially for high-energy pumps.

ABU DHABI (13 November 2014)—At the record-setting Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC), more than 60,000 visitors toured the halls of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre to see the latest innovations of more than 2,000 exhibitors.

Today marks the final day of the 2015 International Water Summit (IWS), a gathering of water and sustainability experts from around the globe. Thousands gathered in Abu Dhabi this week to discover solutions to problems such as water scarcity and efficiency.

This year during our annual Pumps & Systems On Tour video series, I had the pleasure to speak with leading managers at plants across the U.S. These experts shared their insights both into their companies’ initiatives as well as on the future of the pump market at large.

Starting January 17, the world’s leading experts will gather in Abu Dhabi for the Middle East’s largest meeting on sustainability—the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW).

The new year has brought new challenges for the oil industry. While consumers may enjoy lower prices at the pump, experts still worry about the long-term impact of cheap oil on the global workforce.

Abundant oil supplies from U.S. shale producers may have upset global markets in recent months, but one resource may present even more of a challenge to the international community in 2015—clean water. Demand has clearly outstripped supply in some of the world’s most arid regions.

Since its Nov. 27 meeting, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has witnessed even more turbulence in the oil market. Prices have dipped as low as little more than $60 per barrel.

Decreasing oil prices have put many companies and countries on edge this month, especially among the members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

Last year, “Reduce Thrust and Extend Bearing Life” (Pumps & Systems, December 2013) discussed the benefits and some potential pitfalls of adjusting the axial clearance of American National Standards Ins

For those of you old enough to remember Lawrence Welk, you’ll notice that the title of this brief column is the final quote from his show’s closing song. I am still a loyal fan of his reruns today.

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