With fuel prices at high levels, the diverse energy-conservation techniques outlined in this article make more sense than ever
James R. Risko
The dramatic jump in petroleum and natural gas prices over the recent years has created much impetus to reduce operating costs at chemical process plants. In processes that use either oil or gas for feedstock, such reduction can come either from...
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