UK industry needs another Tarzan

October 2011
Process Engineering;2011 Supplement, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need for future prosperity in the engineering industry in Great Britain. Traditional industries such as oil & gas, chemicals and steel and the newer low-carbon industries are facing troubles which may hamper their future prosperity. As state, uncertainty regarding policies is acting as a hurdle in the expansion of both biofuels and biomass power projects.


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