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March 2015: In this Issue...

New Discussion on Crude Exports

February Spending Indices

NAAQS Rule Could Mar US Industry

Upcoming Tradeshows & Events

New Products & Resources

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The Navigatiir - Featured Articles

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New Study Outlines Benefits of U.S. Crude Exports

In September last year, we wrote about a report from think-tank The Brookings Institution that emphasized the benefits of lifting the ban on U.S. crude oil exports. Another recently published paper by Dr. Kenneth B. Medlock III of Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy continues to make the case for lifting the export ban.

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spending indices February Spending Indices - Delayed Oil Sands Projects Bring Overall Pullback in Spending Activity

Industrial Info's North American Spending Indices show a downturn in industrial spending compared to last year. However, different industries are showing different spending patterns. Perhaps some of the most telling numbers come from our Spending Gap Index, which measures "project fallout," or the amount of projects that were originally planned to kick off in a given year that have been moved into the future, placed on hold or canceled.

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Expert: Proposed NAAQS Rule Would Hit U.S. Industry Hard

Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources--On March 17, the public comment period closed for a proposal to tighten ground-level ozone concentrations under the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). The proposed rule, drafted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (Washington, D.C.), could result in new set of ozone standards that are "draconian and unachievable," Garry Kaufman, of counsel to law firm Holland & Hart LLP (Denver, Colorado), told Industrial Info.

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The 2015 North American Power Industry Outlook

More than 6,500 major industrial capital and maintenance projects totaling more than $380 billion are planned to start construction in 2015. Planned 2015 project starts range from massive Power, LNG and Alternative Fuels capital projects to planned maintenance turnarounds at smaller plants.

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