The gains suggest that manufacturers are adjusting to the obstacles of a stronger dollar, tepid economic growth abroad and lower oil prices, which have led energy firms to slash their orders for equipment and pipelines.
The explosion was caused by vapor leakage from a fluid catalytic cracker (FCC) unit into an electrostatic precipitator, according to Cal-OSHA. The FCC refines gasoline.
The shutdown could last a month and potentially remove up to 240,000 barrels of crude production per day from the regional market during peak driving season.
A new study by Illinois researchers estimates that reduced federal gasoline blending standards would produce the same impact on carbon emissions as nearly one million additional passenger vehicles.
Tesla could make up to $566.5 million if the underwriters exercise their option to buy additional shares.
It's not exactly clear what makes it Wheaties beer, besides being made from wheat.
The new building will be five times the size of the current institute, and will house high-tech laboratories, treating and performance areas and a training facility, along with warehouse and office space.
China on Tuesday devalued its currency by 1.9 percent compared to the dollar, and the rate fell again on Wednesday and Thursday.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey said the settlement is the largest payout in a California workplace-violation death.
The DOE will use the partnership to provide technical expertise and assistance to the participating unions and any other group who wishes to examine how energy technologies and policies can develop jobs in the energy sector.
More people sought U.S. unemployment aid last week, but the average for the past month fell to the lowest level in 15 years, a sign that few employers are cutting jobs.
The cuts will be part of a "strategic realignment" after the company projected a net loss for the current quarter.
EPA administrator Gina McCarthy said her agency took full responsibility for the spill.
The National Earthquake Bureau said the first blast was the equivalent of 3 tons of TNT, and the second 21 tons.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued 31 citations to Kehrer Brothers Construction and executive Joseph Kehrer, including 16 egregious safety violations, nine willful violations and six serious violations.
The decision could particularly damage the restaurant industry — which relies on thousands of individual franchises to operate chains — but the manufacturing, construction and financial sectors could also be impacted.
Arctic offshore drilling is strongly opposed by environmental groups.
The analysis by consulting firm Frost & Sullivan expects demand for predictive solutions from connected devices to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 57 percent between 2014 and 2021.
U.S. crude has been declining since reaching a high this year on June 10.
Infor officials said that businesses increasingly require a common cloud to coordinate between different companies as contract manufacturing becomes more prevalent.