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Strategies & Market Trends : Natural Resource Stocks

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From: isopatch12/4/2019 3:10:31 PM
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Earthy...)) Seriously, infrastructure expansion requires infrastructure equipment mfg expansion. Here it is...

< Elliot Group Breaks Ground on LNG Equipment Plant in Southwest PA

We’re always delighted to discover a new (for us) company involved in the supply chain–providing goods and/or services to the shale industry, including the downstream petrochemicals industry. Elliott Group is one of those companies not previously on our radar. Elliott’s U.S. headquarters is located in Westmoreland County, near Pittsburgh. The company designs, manufactures, and services turbomachinery, including centrifugal and axial compressors, steam turbines, and power recovery expanders. Elliott broke ground yesterday on a new facility in Jeannette where they will test their recently acquired product line of cryogenic pumps and expanders–equipment used in LNG plants.>

Education & training of skilled workers also has to expand. And IT IS.


<10 Colleges in PA-OH-WV Form Program to Train Cracker/Mfg Workers

December 4, 2019

A group of 10 community colleges scattered throughout southwestern Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and northern West Virginia have formed the Tristate Energy and Advanced Manufacturing Consortium, or TEAM, with the aim of training skilled workers for cracker plants and other petrochemical-related manufacturing operations. The cooperative has crafted a “stackable-credentials model” that offers “a career pathway from certifications to post-secondary degrees, up to and including a master’s degree.” Forwarding thinking!
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