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Oil Producers Face a Long Haul Back to Business as Usual

Oil Producers Face a Long Haul Back to Business as Usual
(Bloomberg) This is no time for the world’s oil producers to start adding supplies to the global market if they want to drain a glut that built up because of Covid-19. That’s the conclusion Read more

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What Makes for a ‘Cheap’ Flatbed Printer?
July 30, 2021
On previous episodes of Print Precision from DigiTech, we’ve covered a simple truth – quality is the cheapest thing you can offer your customers. There’s no substitute for a high-quality flatbed printer like the Read more
The Technical Aspects of In-Circuit Test Fixtures
July 30, 2021
Critical in-circuit test fixtures, or ICT fixtures, are no strangers to On Deck with Circuit Check. This show isn’t their first mention, but, for this episode, ICT fixtures got a more in-depth look for a better Read more
Strategic Accounts—A Role for Everyone
July 30, 2021
Service Logic’s Elizabeth Barber, Operations & Communications Manager, and Sarah Craver, Accounting Assistant, spoke with host Hilary Kennedy on the importance of everyone’s role in running Read more
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Oil Producers Face a Long Haul Back to Business as Usual
January 20, 2021
(Bloomberg) This is no time for the world’s oil producers to start adding supplies to the global market if they want to drain a glut that built up because of Covid-19. That’s the conclusion Read more
Oil Demand is Down, But Will it Ever Come Back?
November 19, 2020
  It comes as no surprise that oil demand is down in the age of COVID. Crude producers are cutting supply in response to lackluster demand. Though the details of a promising vaccine have Read more
Energy Demand During the Pandemic is at a New Low
May 4, 2020
  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, energy demand across the globe is hitting new lows. According to a new International Energy Agency report, energy demand is projected to drop by 6 percent in Read more