June 2004

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  Global shifts in instrumentation demand While the world..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

  Global shifts in instrumentation demand While the world market for process equipment and instrumentation is surging upward, the US share is lagging behind, says a new study. Whereas in the past, sales in individual states such as California were larger than those in all but a few countries, this will no longer be the case. In some industries, such as power, the US remains the world's largest purchaser because of replacement and parts purchases of equipment and instrumentation. But

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