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Desalination news, May 2014

The Dow Chemical Co has awarded Fluor Corp the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for its reverse osmosis (RO) manufacturing facility

 

Canada’s Saltworks Technologies Inc has received investment funding from oil and gas exploration and production company ConocoPhillips.

 

Reverse osmosis membrane manufacturer NanoH2O has been acquired by South Korean chemical company LG Chem.

 

Masdar has awarded contracts to Abengoa, Degrémont, Sidem/Veolia and Trevi Systems to each construct a desalination plant as part of a pilot project in Abu

 

The following Research Trends were the most popular with visitors to the Working With Water website during April 2014.

 

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