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TOTALENERGIES AND CLEAN ENERGY LAUNCH THE CONSTRUCTION OF THEIR FIRST BIOGAS UNIT

TotalEnergies & Clean Energy | November 30, 2021

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Through their joint venture, TotalEnergies (Paris:TTE) (LSE:TTE) (NYSE:TTE) and its U.S. partner Clean Energy are launching the construction of their first biomethane production unit, in Friona, Texas. The biomethane will be used as an alternative fuel for mobility, thus contributing to decarbonize road transportation. Located on the Del Rio Dairy farm, the facility will be fueled by the onsite supply of livestock manure to produce more than 40 GWh of biomethane per year. The biom...

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HERE’S HOW TO APPLY AI TO YOUR CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS

Equipment Journal | March 09, 2020

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Let’s clear up two things about artificial intelligence at the start. First, it’s a broad concept, not a specific product, in the same way hydraulics is a broad concept, not a specific product. Yes, both AI and hydraulics are fundamental to countless specific products, but neither is in and of itself a product. Second, you’re already using AI on a regular basis. You travel and pull out your smartphone to find the best place to get a burger in an unfamiliar city. A few taps and ...

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THE DUAL CHALLENGE OF INCREASING DIVERSITY IN ENGINEERING

The Engineer | May 04, 2020

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A recent report by Teach First highlighted that not a single woman’s name appears in the national curriculum for GCSE science. This lack of representation, the charity says, is a big factor in why so few girls studying STEM subjects beyond GCSEs, robbing us of potential talent at a time when shortages in STEM skills cost businesses £1.5 billion a year. In the engineering sector we have a huge challenge on our hands in this regard. Just 12% of all engineers in this coun...

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DEVELOPING THE FUTURE GENERATION OF ROBOTICS ENGINEERS

Study International | March 04, 2020

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution is driving sweeping transformation to the way we live and work. In this era increasingly powered by advanced technologies like artificial intelligence, quantum computing, automation, and robotics, all industries are set for new opportunities and disruptions. One of the most relevant degrees to study in preparation of this envisioned future is robotics engineering. The field offers excellent career opportunities for graduates across several industries, ranging fro...

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CONSTRUCTION

TOTALENERGIES AND CLEAN ENERGY LAUNCH THE CONSTRUCTION OF THEIR FIRST BIOGAS UNIT

TotalEnergies & Clean Energy | November 30, 2021

Through their joint venture, TotalEnergies (Paris:TTE) (LSE:TTE) (NYSE:TTE) and its U.S. partner Clean Energy are launching the construction of their first biomethane production unit, in Friona, Texas. The biomethane will be used as an alternative fuel for mobility, thus contributing to decarbonize road transportation. Located on the Del Rio Dairy farm, the facility will be fueled by the onsite supply of livestock manure to produce more than 40 GWh of biomethane per year. The biom...

Read More
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HERE’S HOW TO APPLY AI TO YOUR CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS

Equipment Journal | March 09, 2020

Let’s clear up two things about artificial intelligence at the start. First, it’s a broad concept, not a specific product, in the same way hydraulics is a broad concept, not a specific product. Yes, both AI and hydraulics are fundamental to countless specific products, but neither is in and of itself a product. Second, you’re already using AI on a regular basis. You travel and pull out your smartphone to find the best place to get a burger in an unfamiliar city. A few taps and ...

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THE DUAL CHALLENGE OF INCREASING DIVERSITY IN ENGINEERING

The Engineer | May 04, 2020

A recent report by Teach First highlighted that not a single woman’s name appears in the national curriculum for GCSE science. This lack of representation, the charity says, is a big factor in why so few girls studying STEM subjects beyond GCSEs, robbing us of potential talent at a time when shortages in STEM skills cost businesses £1.5 billion a year. In the engineering sector we have a huge challenge on our hands in this regard. Just 12% of all engineers in this coun...

Read More
news image

DEVELOPING THE FUTURE GENERATION OF ROBOTICS ENGINEERS

Study International | March 04, 2020

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is driving sweeping transformation to the way we live and work. In this era increasingly powered by advanced technologies like artificial intelligence, quantum computing, automation, and robotics, all industries are set for new opportunities and disruptions. One of the most relevant degrees to study in preparation of this envisioned future is robotics engineering. The field offers excellent career opportunities for graduates across several industries, ranging fro...

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