Feb 27

DryLet to Attend UpTech Texas Upstream Oil and Gas Summit on October 19-21, 2014, in Austin, Texas, and Showcase MB Bioremediation

McKinney, Texas (PRWEB) October 07, 2014

DryLet, LLC a biotechnology company providing industry-leading products for use in applications such as bioremediation, animal waste reduction, wastewater treatment, aquaculture and grease, fat and oil reduction in wastewater treatment plants and restaurant kitchen settings, announced today it will be attending the Uptech Texas Upstream Oil and Gas Summit in Austin, Texas, from October 19 21.

DryLet executives will be available to showcase their patented product, MB Bioremediation, to current and prospective customers.

Patented MB Bioremediation is highly concentrated and utilizes millions of micro bioreactors to deliver hundreds of billions of live microorganisms that consume petroleum-based products including:

Feb 25

Corrosion Inhibitors Market By Product (Organic, Inorganic), By Application, By End Use Industry Is Expected To Reach USD 7.55 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc.


San Francisco, California (PRWEB) October 07, 2014

Global corrosion inhibitors market is expected to reach USD 7.55 billion by 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Corrosion inhibitors form an important part of the water treatment chemicals market and growing regulatory pressure for water treatment is expected to boost market demand. Corrosion inhibitors are also used in construction industry as part of preventive maintenance for metallic structures. Mexico, China, Brazil and India are expected to witness exponential rise in infrastructure and construction which is expected to augment demand for corrosion inhibitors.

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Power generation was the largest end-use industry for corrosion inhibitors, with market demand of 1,366.5 kilo tons in 2013. Increasing power generation in China, India and Middle East coupled with growing instances of corrosion in cooling towers, steam and hydropower turbines is expected to augment demand. Oil and gas industry is also expected to witness significant rise in corrosion inhibitor demand growing at a CAGR of 5.6% from 2014 to 2020.

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Further key findings from the study suggest:


Global corrosion inhibitors market demand was 4,659.8 kilo tons in 2013 and is expected to reach 6,340.7 kilo tons by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 4.5% from 2014 to 2020.
Water-based corrosion inhibitors dominated the market in 2013 accounting for over 70% of global demand. These applications are preferred over their solvent based counterparts as they have lower VOC emissions which make them environmentally beneficial.
Organic corrosion inhibitors were the most widely used product with demand exceeding 3,300 kilo tons in 2013. They are preferred over inorganic inhibitors as they are non toxic making them feasible for use in water treatment and paint and coating industry.
Asia Pacific was the largest market for corrosion inhibitors, accounting for 38.78% of market volume in 2013. Industrial growth in automobile, chemicals and oil & gas sector is expected to boost the demand for corrosion inhibitor in the region.
The global corrosion inhibitors market is fragmented with the top four companies accounting for less than 40% of global market in 2013. Key companies include BASF, Ashland, Ecolab, GE Water, DuPont, Dow Chemicals Company, Champion Technologies, Cytec, and Lubrizol Corporation.

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For the purpose of this study, Grand View Research has segmented the global corrosion inhibitor market on the basis of product, application, end-use and region:

Feb 23

Catalogs.com Shopping Experts Dish on the 10 Most Exciting Valentines Day Gifts for 2015


(PRWEB) February 06, 2015

If youre scrambling to find the perfect gift for Valentines Day, youre not alone. Consumers spend about $ 4 billion on flowers and candy each year, according to CNN.

But what if you want to add a twist to tradition? According to the shopping experts at Catalogs.com, its not too late to spoil your Valentine with an unforgettably unique gift that can turn romantic sparks into a four-alarm fire.

Theres a lot of pressure to find the perfect gift on Valentines Day, says Catalogs.coms co-founder, Leslie Linevsky, but dont let it drive you crazy. Retailers know that youre struggling with gift ideas, and they put together amazing collections so you look brilliant on the big day. The only way you can really fail is by forgetting it altogether.

Linevsky sent Catalogs.coms resident shopping experts to search for the perfect Valentines Day gifts. After poring over thousands of Valentines Day gifts from hundreds of online retailers, theyre ready to reveal the best of the bestand what they discovered will make you look like the worlds best other half.

1. D.L. & Co.s Red Poison Apple candle ($ 575). Accented with 2,500 Swarovski crystal elements and dripping with style, this sinfully indulgent candle blends crisp Fuji apple, vetiver, verdant oak moss and the faintest hint of patchouli to add a little spice to your space.

2. Birks Ros

Feb 21

Deacon Jones Foundation Presents NFL Art Charity Program Benefiting Disadvantaged Youth


Nationwide (PRWEB) February 05, 2015

The Deacon Jones Foundation proudly presents the NFL Artwork Program, a charitable merchandise program benefiting disadvantaged children. Founded by Pro Football Hall-of-Famer and NFL legend Deacon Jones, the Foundation serves inner-city youth.

Interested buyers can purchase museum-quality, fine art pieces officially licensed by the National Football League from world-renowned sports artists on the Deacon Jones Foundation website, or by directly contacting the Foundation. Each painting depicts a player, team, or special moment in football history. Uniquely crafted for the Deacon Jones Foundation, every print features the NFL trademark and cannot be found anywhere else.

Each piece is reproduced into limited-edition gicl

Feb 20

Another Big National Signing Day at Fork Union Military Academy


Fork Union, Virginia (PRWEB) February 05, 2015

Each year, the first Wednesday in February is a big day at Fork Union Military Academy. “It’s like a national holiday here at Fork Union,” notes John Shuman, longtime head coach of the school’s postgraduate football program. He’s referring to the event known as National Signing Day, the first day that high school athletes can sign their National Letter of Intent committing to attend a specific college and play football the upcoming fall, often in return for sizable athletic scholarships. Each year, Fork Union helps dozens of its players from its prep and postgraduate teams make their way to college to play at the next level. This year was no exception, as more than thirty athletes made known their college commitments. And, as usual, there were some great stories.

While the school’s postgraduate program garners a great deal of national attention because of the high caliber of players it has produced over the years, such as current national champion quarterback Cardale Jones and past Heisman Trophy winner Vinny Testaverde, the regular high school prep football team never lacks for talent. This year it was senior Micah Keels of Washington, DC representing the prep team at the school’s National Signing Day ceremony, as he signed his commitment to play for the prestigious University of Richmond.

And for those who mistakenly suspect Fork Union’s renowned college prep program is simply a football factory, they might want to take a look at Keels’ transcript. His previous schools might have placed him in classes like Painting and Intermediate Handbells, but in the past year and a half he’s been at Fork Union, he’s not only improved his grade point average significantly, he’s done so while taking classes like Honors Spanish IV, Honors Physics, and Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry. “He’s definitely dug in here academically,” the school’s Academic Dean, COL Todd Giszack notes wryly. Keels is currently pulling an A in Statistics.

Another very special story is Nicholas Schrage, an outstanding kicker/punter who received multiple offers including one from the University of Miami in the city where he was born. But Schrage decided that life is bigger than football and signed today to play for Army at the US Military Academy at West Point. “It really was hard to say no to the University of Miami, because I am a Miami native,” said Shrage in describing his choice. “But having come to Fork Union, I found my priorities in life and what really was important. I felt that overall, in what I really wanted to do in life, what I wanted to pursue, there was no better option than to go to West Point. I couldn’t be happier. This is the best day of my life.”

Two Fork Union players are seeking to follow in their father’s footsteps, each joining the University of Virginia Cavaliers in the fall. Trenton Jenkins, an offensive lineman, and Austin Petty, a linebacker, have both chosen to commit to the Wahoos as walk-ons, not letting the school’s full scholarship roster keep them from playing on the same field as their fathers. Joe Jenkins was the team’s punter in the mid-1970s, and Howard Petty put his name in the record books for the most rushing yards by a freshman running back. Those are big shoes for each young man to fill, but they each express excitement at the opportunity to continue the family legacy.

In all, just over thirty players have made their commitments to college so far, as of this first day of the signing period, but Coach Shuman expects more players to be placed in college programs in the days and weeks ahead. Below is the list of currently committed players:

Damen Daniel, DE/TE, Bluefield University

Justin Cates, DT/DE, East Mississippi Community College

Jamal Pickett, RB/DB, Globe Institute of Technology

Thomas Williamson, OL, Liberty University

Eli Farinholt, WR/DB, Michigan State University

Trevor Owens, K/P, Middle Tennessee State University

Santoni Graham, FB/LB, Monroe College

Walter Brantley, DL, Norfolk State University

Wesley Jones, OL, Norfolk State University

Craig Rodwell, OL, Norfolk State University

Cornelius Tyler, DT/DE, Norfolk State University

Homer Barnett, OL/DL, Old Dominion University

Jeremy Cox, RB/DB, Old Dominion University

Harrison Elam, OL/DL, Saint Francis University

Torsten Norberg, OL, Saint Francis University

Jae’lon Oglesby, WR, Southern Methodist University

Olan Abner, DB, Stony Brook University

Mason Phoenix, TE/DE, University of Maine

Donovan McDonald, WR, University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Thomas Doctor, DE/C, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Khayri Denny, WR/DB, University of Rhode Island

Nasir Jones, DB, University of Rhode Island

Micah Keels, DB, University of Richmond

James Trenton Jenkins, OL, University of Virginia

Austin Petty, LB, University of Virginia

Nicholas Schrage, K/P, US Military Academy at West Point

Xavier Burke, TE/DE, Virginia Tech

Jack Click, QB, Virginia Tech

Yosuah Nijman, DE/TE, Virginia Tech

Steven Peoples, RB/FB/LB, Virginia Tech

Tyrone Barber, RB, West Virginia State University

Video of today’s signing ceremony with the players currently on campus can be found on YouTube at this link:

http://youtu.be/u9ovGnPtpXU

You can also see interviews with the family of Micah Keels (http://youtu.be/sS_H7Fvc7RY) and the family of Nicholas Schrage (http://youtu.be/6l6pSubtVuU).

Photos from the signing ceremony can be found in the gallery at:

http://photos.forkunion.com/FUMA2014-2015/February-2015/National-Signing-Day-2015/47329650_32q9Zx