Energy resources such as coal, Brent Sea Oil, gasoline, heating oil and natural gas are all proven to be essential to sustaining everyday life. And besides being among the most heavily used, they are also typically among those which are most widely traded. As a result, these commodities often contribute to inflation indices around the world and translate to higher prices in general in world economies. Energy and Commodity labs deal with the testing of these products, and more.


 
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LLC Sibur-PolyLab
Lezhe Russian Federation     Distance: 4370.88 KM
Hermes Hansecontrol
Abu Dhabi Germany     Distance: 3735.41 KM

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ASTM F963
Bureau Veritas
Baton Rouge, Ladakh United States     Distance: 6285.71 KM

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IAC - 033
D2420
ASTM D1267
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VERITY LABS LIMITED
Tema, Abu Dhabi Ghana     Distance: 387.02 KM

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Bureau Veritas
São Paulo  Brazil     Distance: 3514.53 KM
LLC NIOST
Nouvelle-Aquitaine Russian Federation     Distance: 6026.25 KM
JSC Sibur-TyumenGaz
Samangan Russian Federation     Distance: 4442.33 KM
LLC SIBUR-Tobolsk
Montagnes Russian Federation     Distance: 5438.95 KM
Intertek
Philadelphia, Pará  United States     Distance: 5442.63 KM

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ASTM D240
ASTM D156
LLC Sibur-Kstovo
Vlore Russian Federation     Distance: 4587.16 KM
JSC Sibur-TyumenGaz
Samangan Russian Federation     Distance: 5449.51 KM
JSC Sibur-Khimprom
Vallee du Bandama Russian Federation     Distance: 5024.37 KM
JSC Voronezh synthetic rubber
Sylhet Russian Federation     Distance: 4379.83 KM
JSC Sibur-TyumenGaz
Samangan Russian Federation     Distance: 5769.23 KM
Aivepet Corporation
Escaldes-Engordany Panama     Distance: 5511.66 KM

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ISO 8217
ISO 10307 A/B
IP 570
IP 500
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