(Engineer Live) - Kazakhstan, officially the Republic of Kazakhstan, is the world’s largest landlocked country, and the ninth largest country in the world, with an area of 1,052,100 square miles. Between its most distant points, Kazakhstan measures about 1,820 miles east to west and 960 miles north to south. It is a transcontinental country largely located in Asia, but with the most western parts in Europe. Kazakhstan is the dominant nation of Central Asia economically, generating 60% of the region’s GDP, primarily through its oil and gas industry. It also has vast mineral resources.
(Switzer Daily) - While investor interest in ‘battery metals’ has focused on lithium and graphite, copper has been the quiet achiever in terms of its role in the renewable energy revolution.
But with the copper price testing record highs set a decade ago, the credentials of the red metal are getting louder by the day.
(Railway Age) - Approximately one out of every four railroad freight cars in North America is a tank car, according to the Association of American Railroads, Railroad Facts, 2019 Edition (p. 38). Each year, such cars transport roughly 2 million shipments of hazardous materials (hazmat), carrying goods that are essential to North America’s economy, public health and quality of life.
(Coatings World) Hempel A/S said it signed a purchase agreement to acquire Wattyl – one of Australia and New Zealand's leading manufacturers of paint for the decorative and protective segments with a turnover of €150 million and 750 employees – from The Sherwin-Williams Company.
(Rig Zone) PT Pertamina Rosneft Pengolahan dan Petrokimia (PT PRPP) has signed a licensing and basic engineering agreement to apply Shell Catalysts and Technologies processes at a new refinery in Tuban, Java Timur, Indonesia, Shell (NYSE: RDS.A) reported Wednesday
(Freight Waves) Bitter cold and strong winter storms could impact rail operations over the next several days, according to service advisories from several U.S. Class I railroads.
TSI's strong advocacy for safe transportation and handling of sulphuric acid has been invaluable to us at NorFalco. Their independent assessment of loading and unloading procedures has helped us in working with our customers who unload rail tank cars. Additionally, TSI's interface with federal regulators and other industry associations has allowed us to review key metrics to make improvements within our safety management system.
Director, Sales and Technical Services
NorFalco, a Glencore Company
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Nutrien is the second-largest North American phosphate producer and also offers a range of sulfate-containing fertilizers to our 500,000 retail grower customers. We look to TSI's work streams to support our endeavors in helping growers around the world increase food production in a sustainable manner; our affiliation with The Sulphur Institute helps us achieve our goals.
TSI Vice Chair 2018-2019
Northbrook, Illinois, USA
Savage has been a member of TSI since 2003. Owning and operating sulphur handling facilities and transportation assets throughout North American is a large part of our business. We at Savage pride ourselves as a premium services provider in the sulphur industry. One of the primary reasons for joining and maintaining membership in TSI is the additional knowledge and experience we gain from our membership.
Savage Services Corporation
Salt Lake City, UT
Since 1964, Tiger-Sul has been a world leader in production of sulphur-containing fertilizers, correcting sulphur deficiencies in crop production and quality throughout various parts of the world. The Sulphur Institute has been instrumental in providing us with agronomic information for established as well as emerging markets. The reputation of TSI as an independent source leading sulphur research has been extremely valuable.
Don T. Cherry
President & CEO
Tiger-Sul Products LLC